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October 03, 2018
DV Team (LivingStyleGuide)  — at October 3, 2018 09:29 UTC
We want to thank all of our mentors, supervisors, the RgSoc Team, RgSoc community and RgSOC sponsors for this extremely valuable experience. We are extremely sad that RGSoC has ended, but we are not. Instead, we decided to continue contribution to LivingStyleGuide/ PIMD until the Minimal Viable Product is ready for launch.
Violeta is taking another week to finish some ongoing issues. Diana is taking another two weeks to finish some issues.
RgSoc organization, thank you for all of your hard work, and for including us in this life-changing project. It has been quite a roller coaster experience to combine a full-time job with a part-time team membership for Rails Girls Summer of Code and a family, but one thing is for sure. Our lives will never be the same after this Summer of Code. We will keep preparing ourselves into coding and hope to launch a job in the Tech world someday sooner or later in Barcelona.
We are going to miss you all!❤️
- Tuesday 2nd of October: Meeting with coach Christina to discuss changes issue 3 and 17.
- Wednesday 3rd of October: Meeting with Nico (code project) and Tobi to discuss existing codes and further steps.
October 02, 2018
Team DelSquared  — at October 2, 2018 17:42 UTC
We're yet to have our final team call but RGSoC '18 was an amazing experience for us. We look back to a lot of wonderful memories as we write our last status update today. We hope to remain a part of the community and keep doing our bit.
Over and out!
Team DelSquared  — at October 2, 2018 17:41 UTC
We had a few things to look into, regarding the hardware implementation of the documented examples. Meanwhile, we were working on the two approaches regarding I2C implementation as suggested by our mentors. We hope to wrap up the issue soon as we're quite close to figuring it out. We also had our final phone call with Kelsey.
Till we meet again,
Team DelSquared  — at October 2, 2018 17:36 UTC
This was the week when we were having our mid-semester examinations and the progress was painfully slow. But, we were introduced to another approach for I2C implementation by our mentor, Kelsey and we tried working on that as well. We also submitted our second blog post.
Till we meet again,
October 01, 2018
Team potatoCode (stretchly - break time reminder app)  — at October 1, 2018 13:42 UTC
We've finished up our PRs, and are prepping hard for the conference we'll be going to in Braga in a few weeks. Things have flown by, but the great memories we made this summer will always stay <3
September 29, 2018
Team Rubies (if me - mental health communication app)  — at September 29, 2018 21:29 UTC
It's over ?! We cannot believe it. It went by so fast.
It was an amazing experience and we gained a lot of exposure :)
Dhanyawad RGSoC (Thank you !)
Hoping to be associated with RGSoC in the coming years ......
With Love Team Rubies
Team $we init (Probot: build your own GitHub app(s))  — at September 29, 2018 17:10 UTC
Can't believe RGSoC came to an end!
It was an amazing journey with Probot and all our mentors and coaches.
We learned a lot.
We will miss our team and these amazing summers.
We would continue contributing to Probot .
Until next time!
Team $We Init
September 28, 2018
Team GirlsCode MK (Bahmni)  — at September 28, 2018 21:21 UTC
Navigation links now that the application has been integrated with the existing Bahmni system. Interesting (!!) that we needed to use href for the navigation outside our app as the react routing would not route outside.
We have done it. We have finished the current story. We have finished the project.
We had our last mentor meeting. It is so nice meeting friendly people, but is so hard saying goodbye. We had some lovely laughs and our mentor was so complementary in his words " you should be very proud of what you have created" . He also drew us a certificate for taming the apache system that bahmni resides on!
We have also sent each other text messages of gratitude and plans to meetup for coffee to reminisce! We formed a great partnership, we learnt from each other, we adapted to each others programming styles, different ways of learning, and different personal responsibilities. We kept our focus on creating the best app we could for an important open source project that will be used as a little cog in a bigger wheel of keeping and getting people healthy in remote parts of the world on low resource equipment.
Finishing up documentation, messages of handover to the maintainers and then the community.
Making amendments to our presentation slides for 2 Nov and adding Ivo's comments of adding our background, why RGSoC, and the future. He would prefer a live demo and we will just have a video for backup.
A retrospective meeting has been arranged for next week while the project is still fresh.
Georgina is also going to reactjsday in verona next week. Thank you RGSoC for arranging tickets.
Thank you again for the opportunity RGSoC, sponsors, helpers and all the people that make this all possible.
Team 101 Days of Summer (Servo)  — at September 28, 2018 19:03 UTC
Can't believe its the final day already!! Where did all the time go :P
- We are extremely happy we were able to contribute so much to the responsive images feature these 3 months. They have definitely been challenging and provided some lifetime learnings 🤩
- We will miss our mentor and our supervisor so so much!!
- We worked more on our Servo blog today :)
- All the current PRs have been reviewed and merged. We can count them to be more than 10, for each of us 💃
- While the project has not ended yet, we are happy to have made some substantial improvements!!!! Who knows the next batch of girls in Servo will help with the remaining tests :D
See ya RGSoC, hope to meet you again next year 🔥
Team Sectumsempra (Chapel Parallel Programming Language)  — at September 28, 2018 18:53 UTC
Finally today is the day we bit a farewell to RGSoC. A wonderful journey has come to an end. We are really thankful to the entire RGSoC community as well as our mentors and coaches for showing us the way and helping us learn so much. Time flies... its today we realize the essence of this. Thank you RGSoC for the bestest time ever.
Team Rubies (if me - mental health communication app)  — at September 28, 2018 18:53 UTC
RGSoC is coming to an end :/ We had an amazing meeting with all our mentors and supervisor.
We will be done with the final reviews and feature tests in the next two days.
Team Sectumsempra (Chapel Parallel Programming Language)  — at September 28, 2018 18:50 UTC
We continued to work on our codes so that we could finally create are pull request. We finally created a PR for the distributed sorting example and the flag sort code. And requested the mentors and coaches for feedback, one final time.
Team Sectumsempra (Chapel Parallel Programming Language)  — at September 28, 2018 18:47 UTC
We had our last call with our coaches and supervisors where we expressed our gratitude to them for helping us all along the way, being such strong supports and helping us learn so many things like Parallel computing, distributing computing, the importance of performance analysis, how to optimize one's code, and so most importantly the Chapel Language.
Without them, we would have been long lost. And hence are eternally grateful. We asked them if we could contribute even after RGSoC was over and they welcomed us.
Team Sectumsempra (Chapel Parallel Programming Language)  — at September 28, 2018 18:42 UTC
So we were busy the whole week, wrapping up the work that we have done and hence are updating the logs now. We went through the codes we had written trying to see if any changes are to be made before submitting a PR for the same.
Team Barcelona Duo (Exercism)  — at September 28, 2018 16:47 UTC
We are extremely sad that RGSoC is ending. We want to thank our mentors Katrina and Jeremy for the opportunity to work on Exercism. We learned so much and we hope to continue collaborating with the Exercism team in the future. We also want to thank our amazing coaches: David, Emily, Javier, Klaus, Maikha, Nacho, Jorge. This summer would not have been the same without you. A big thanks to our hosting company Thoughtworks, and all of the people that welcomed us this summer. Finally, we want to thank all of the RGSoC organizers. Thank you for all of your hard work, and for including us in this life-changing project. We had such a great time, and are looking forward to seeing what is next. ❤️
Team Popcorn (Nextcloud)  — at September 28, 2018 16:09 UTC
🎉 FINAL DAY! 🎉
- We finished the avatar management branch and merged it
- We had a call with App Maintainer John to make sure everything was ready for the Beta Release
- We listed what was missing in this release and therefore what is needed for the next one
- App maintainer John will make the Beta release for Contacts 🎉 🎉
- We made our final log entries
- We cleaned the laptops Absolventa had loaned us ready for being returned
- Said our final goodbyes to the team here 😊
It's the end of the Summer of Code and what a rollercoaster it has been! We have both learnt so much and had so much support from the whole team. We are both excited to take this next step and see what comes next while knowing we will keep this experience close to our hearts for a long time to come 💚.
We want to extend a huge thanks to all our coaches, App Maintainer John, our supervisor, our coaching company Absolventa, the Nextcloud community (especially Jos, Jan, Xheni, and Jona) and also to each other. We didn't know one another before applying for the summer of code and it has been great getting to know each other, learn from one another and create together 😊.
Congratulations to all the other teams for completing their summers of code also we are so happy to be part of the community with you all! 🎉
See our work here: https://github.com/nextcloud/contacts
DV Team (LivingStyleGuide)  — at September 28, 2018 11:58 UTC
- issue 3 is solved. Send PR to PIMD.
- Nico reviewed. Small changes needed. Working on changes.
-planning of other issues (coming two weeks:)
- next week: issue 17, issue 59
-final week: issue 16, issue 33
- Every tuesday/thursday meeting with code mentor Christina to review code.
Team Brazilian housewives coding (Public Lab)  — at September 28, 2018 02:48 UTC
Almost at the end... we can't believe it <3
Today we opened our last Pull Request. After writing the docs yesterday, we realized we could make some naming changes to follow the Ruby convention.
Today we also added a Planning Issue from those who want to contribute to the API. Tomorrow we will add some more details to that planning issue and start our presentation for the Public Lab Open Hour next month to show our work from the past 3 months.
September 27, 2018
Team Akaringular (EBWiki)  — at September 27, 2018 20:51 UTC
RGSoC is coming to end! it is unbelievable that today was the last weekly call with our supervisor Ramon, was great chatting with him. We shared about what we have been working on and most important Life After The Summer.
We also worked on some of the requested changes on our prs.
Team GirlsCode MK (Bahmni)  — at September 27, 2018 17:53 UTC
- spent the morning troubleshooting our app and pouring over Bahmni documentation learning more about Apache servers, react builds and Bahmni infrastructure
- had an interesting workshop on NetFlow - a network monitoring tool by Cisco followed by a lively discussion with our fellow GirlsCoders
- meeting with supervisor Ramón, featuring my cat Magrat and her box!
- we will miss you Ramón! Our Monday morning meetings were always a great start to the week!
- chatted with coach Ivo who was commuting on the train and had poor wifi. The three of us were chatting and comparing notes which finally lead to a solution - the app is now integrated!
- learned and reviewed lots of Linux commands: creating soft links, chmod, chown
- cleaning up the mess that we made today
- writing clear documentation
- add backlinks to the Bahmni dashboard
- share the app with Angshu - the project owner
- meet with coach Ivo
- definitely cry because RGSoC is over
DV Team (LivingStyleGuide)  — at September 27, 2018 16:44 UTC
- fixing prs and waiting for Travis issue to be solved
- Had a farewell meeting
- working on solving ttd for issue 3 -18: Farewell meeting with supervisor, mentors, & Violeta
- Violeta will extend work for PIMD 1 more week,
- Diana extend 2 more weeks for RgSoc and. will continue working on the open source voluntarily until her issues are solved.
- 19.00: meeting with mentor Christina agenda: planning to finish issues coming next 2 weeks & inform RgSoc.
Team Popcorn (Nextcloud)  — at September 27, 2018 16:21 UTC
- we both continued a little on the Avatar management.. almost done 🎉
- we had an amazing knowledge share session with our coach Camila (see her notes here)
Camila & Jos came today and brought us actual popcorn :heart: we then had our workshop and chatted with Jan about companies and organisation. It felt like it brought the summer full circle as we started at Jos & Camila's place installing Nextcloud, getting set up to be able to contribute. An incredible day to mark the second to last day of summer of code.
Team Barcelona Duo (Exercism)  — at September 27, 2018 13:48 UTC
We started the morning with an early session with our coach Ignacio to review the work we had done on the pagination. We created some mock data with the Factory Bot and were able to test that the code we wrote for the pagination worked. It was a great feeling to see the pagination in action. We finished our feature, put a lot of thought into the way we wrote our PR's making sure that we explained our logic and properly documented each one before submitting them. We are waiting for feedback and hope that our PRs will be merged. We also had a farewell call with our supervisor Ana Sophia and met with our coach David. Overall it was a great day.
Team Brazilian housewives coding (Public Lab)  — at September 27, 2018 05:24 UTC
Today we updated the docs for the API after all of our changes. We want to make it easier for the API to be maintained :) It's also good to add this because of we sort of described all of our work for the past months!
Besides that, we also broke into separate issues the improvements/discussions on the Search project page.