A view that permits a GET to allow listing all the entries
in the database

**Route** - `/entries`

#Query Parameters -

- `?search=` - Search by title, description, get_involved, interest,
creator, and tag.
- `?ids=` - Filter only for entries with specific ids. Argument
must be a comma-separated list of integer ids.
- `?tag=` - Allows filtering entries by a specific tag
- `?issue=` - Allows filtering entries by a specific issue
- `?help_type=` - Allows filtering entries by a specific help type
- `?has_help_types=<True or False>` - Filter entries by whether they have
help types or not. Note that `True`
or `False` is case-sensitive.
- `?featured=True` (or False) - both capitalied. Boolean is set in admin UI
- `?page=` - Page number, defaults to 1
- `?page_size=` - Number of results on a page. Defaults to 48
- `?ordering=` - Property you'd like to order the results by. Prepend with
`-` to reverse. e.g. `?ordering=-title`
- `?moderationstate=` - Filter results to only show the indicated moderation
state, by name. This will only filter if the calling
user has moderation permissions.

GET /api/pulse/v2/entries/?ordering=-interest&page=4
HTTP 200 OK
Allow: GET, POST, HEAD, OPTIONS
Content-Type: application/json
Vary: Accept

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    "previous": "https://api.mozillapulse.org/api/pulse/v2/entries/?ordering=-interest&page=3",
    "results": [
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            "id": 591,
            "content_url": "https://elifesci.org/innovationsprint2018",
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                "eLife",
                "event",
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                "open science"
            ],
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                "Digital Inclusion",
                "Openness"
            ],
            "help_types": [
                "Attend",
                "Code",
                "Design"
            ],
            "published_by": "Naomi Penfold",
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                    "name": "Naomi Penfold",
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            ],
            "entry_type": "base",
            "title": "eLife Innovation Sprint 2018",
            "description": "A two-day challenge for developers, designers, technologists and researchers to create and prototype new ideas to bring cutting-edge technology to open research communication — May 10-11 2018 in Cambridge, UK. \n\nAre you a change maker or web wrangler, UX champion or data tinkerer? Join us to collaborate and work openly to improve research transparency and accessibility, and accelerate discovery in life sciences. Apply now! https://elifesci.org/innovationsprint2018.",
            "get_involved": "Apply now for the sprint at https://elifesci.org/innovationsprint2018. Applications are open until 9am GMT on March 5, we’ll let you know the outcome by March 23. Travel support available. Find out more via the link.",
            "get_involved_url": "https://elifesci.org/innovationsprint2018",
            "interest": "This is an Associate Event to Mozilla Global Sprint. Projects worked on at the eLife event will be posted to the Global Sprint for others to contribute to virtually; if you can’t come to Cambridge, you can contribute virtually via the Global Sprint.",
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            "thumbnail": "https://assets.mofoprod.net/network-pulse/images/entries/2018-02-08_143936.6337880000.jpg",
            "created": "2018-02-08T14:39:36.632909Z",
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        },
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                "Openness"
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            "published_by": "Robert Friedman",
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            "entry_type": "base",
            "title": "OpenGrid.io",
            "description": "OpenGrid an open-source, interactive map platform that allows users to explore multiple data sources in an easy-to-use interface. Developed to support situational awareness, incident monitoring and responses, historical data retrieval, and real-time advanced analytics. Users can perform advanced queries to filter data, search within custom boundaries, or based on the users location. Other GIS data, such as weather and Shapefiles can be overlaid on the map with other data. OpenGrid is natively compatible with desktops and mobile devices.",
            "get_involved": "There are a number of ways you can contribute to the project, such as: add or clarify the language in the documentation; fix a bug listed on the issue tracker; write a unit test; or add a new feature that is discussed on the developer documentation.",
            "get_involved_url": "https://github.com/Chicago/opengrid",
            "interest": "This is a Mozilla Global Sprint 2017 project that's a great example of open government and innovation from the City of Chicago!",
            "featured": false,
            "published_by_creator": false,
            "thumbnail": "https://assets.mofoprod.net/network-pulse/images/entries/2017-05-31_200947.1397410000.png",
            "created": "2017-05-31T20:09:47.139298Z",
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            "id": 245,
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                "2017",
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            ],
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                "Digital Inclusion",
                "Openness"
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            "published_by": "Chad Sansing",
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            "entry_type": "base",
            "title": "Open Funders Canada",
            "description": "This is a Global Sprint project supporting continued development of the Landscape tool. Landscape (http://landscape.ajah.ca/) is a pilot project for an open tool that helps people find out who is funding who, for what kind of projects, and when this funding is happening. This includes funding from governments, foundations, and corporations.",
            "get_involved": "Contribute to this project as part of the Global Sprint!",
            "get_involved_url": "https://github.com/lesliePhD/open_funders_canada",
            "interest": "This is a model project for network members looking to pool and share information about funding sources for programming and sustainability.",
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            "thumbnail": "https://assets.mofoprod.net/network-pulse/images/entries/2017-04-26_094712.5208330000.png",
            "created": "2017-04-26T09:47:12.520469Z",
            "moderation_state": 3
        },
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            "id": 192,
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            "issues": [
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            "published_by": "Chad Sansing",
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                    "name": "An-Me Chung",
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            ],
            "entry_type": "base",
            "title": "Curriculum updates",
            "description": "Catch up with recent changes to our web literacy activities as we work towards a core curriculum. Find out what's happening next, as well - more clarity, connections, and videos(!) are on the way.",
            "get_involved": "Your feedback is warmly welcomed! Help us improve our work and refine our set of core activities for educators and learners in the field. You can contact any of us directly or file issues in our curriculum repo.",
            "get_involved_url": "https://github.com/mozilla/curriculum-final",
            "interest": "This is a great way to see what we've learned and enacted from community members' feedback through Discourse and local training events.",
            "featured": false,
            "published_by_creator": false,
            "thumbnail": "https://assets.mofoprod.net/network-pulse/images/entries/2017-04-07_150916.6040830000.png",
            "created": "2017-04-07T15:09:16.590610Z",
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        },
        {
            "id": 198,
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            "published_by": "Vanessa Rhinesmith",
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            "title": "Your guide to Digital Defenders vs. Data Intruders – Privacy for kids!",
            "description": "\"The Internet. It's cool, fast and global! But it's also complicated, sometimes.\" 2016-2017 Open Web Fellows host organization, EDRi (European Digital Rights) created a booklet \"Your guide to Digital Defenders vs. Data Intruders - Privacy for kids!\" to help young people between 10-14 years to protect their privacy.",
            "get_involved": "Download full booklet and or poster.",
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            "interest": "This is a great resource that breaksdown digital privacy in a fun, easy format.",
            "featured": false,
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            "published_by": "Robert Friedman",
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            "title": "WSJ Guide to Online Privacy",
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            "featured": false,
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            "published_by": "Robert Friedman",
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            "entry_type": "base",
            "title": "Mobile Map IO",
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            "get_involved_url": "https://github.com/werdnanoslen/mobile-map-io/labels/mozsprint",
            "interest": "This is a great open-source project from a Mozilla Open Leadership Fellow for the 2017 Global Sprint",
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            "published_by": "Chad Sansing",
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            "title": "Yes We Tech: CS Unplugged",
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            "get_involved": "Do you run a club or can you share this resource with educators near you? Help test and localize the lesson plans!",
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            "get_involved": "Share the article on social media, comment on it, and share resources with Kim and Sarah.",
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            "interest": "This is a great example of how our community contributes to open news efforts in the Mozilla Network.",
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            "content_url": "https://tomtomfest.com/challenges/",
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            "title": "Tom Tom Founders Festival Youth Summit Community Challenge",
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            "get_involved": "Have a great idea for a locally partnered event that strengthens the network and promotes Internet health? Share it out loud!",
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            "interest": "This is a great example of how locally partnered events can activate youth leaders in the Mozilla Network.",
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            "description": "This is a Global Sprint project that aims to build a professional development platform for academics, focused on workplace reviews and network building. Think of it like Glassdoor for a unique, academic workforce. Users will use the platform to share workplace reviews across categories ranging from compensation to parenting support to mentorship. The big idea is to help users to develop robust mentoring and support networks and empower them with the information they need to succeed.",
            "get_involved": "Contribute to this project during the Global Sprint!",
            "get_involved_url": "https://github.com/voxverus/JobTalk",
            "interest": "This is a great example of community members using the web to help lead professional development in their communities.",
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            "entry_type": "base",
            "title": "Foiling Fake News",
            "description": "This is a teaching kit put together by Kim Wilkens and Sarah FitzHenry to teach fake news, misinformation, and media literacy to middle school students.",
            "get_involved": "Share the teaching kit on social media and remix it to use in your work with community members!",
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            "interest": "This is a great example of community members using Mozilla tools (like Thimble) and Web Literacy standards to share teaching resources that fight fake news and misinformation.",
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            "published_by": "Chad Sansing",
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            "entry_type": "base",
            "title": "Back-to-School Privacy & Security Kit",
            "description": "This is a blog post describing a brand new \"kit\" of 3 Back-to-School Privacy & Security activities added to Thimble for educators and learners to remix. The big idea is to start conversations about strong online safety habits that learners can use right now.",
            "get_involved": "Check out the activities themselves on Thimble!",
            "get_involved_url": "https://thimble.mozilla.org",
            "interest": "This is a great example of combining a core issue like Privacy & Security with an excellent learning tool like Thimble.",
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            "title": "Fake It To Make It",
            "description": "This is a fake news simulator that asks you to make enough money to reach a savings goal by promoting and creating fake news. You can copy stories, create them, and plant them with social media accounts you buy. The big idea is to understand how fake news and misinformation work so you know them when you see them.",
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            "interest": "This is a great example of an interactive teaching tool people can use within the network to teach the importance of open news and the critical media and web literacy skills consumers need to avoid being misinformed.",
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