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September 28, 2017
Team Code Bears (diaspora*) — at September 28, 2017 21:00 UTC
We fixed today the comments on the PR. Still got one more: https://github.com/diaspora/diaspora/pull/7624/files/82b51fe2be2e831a65901525d46b479326fb5e7b#diff-e05cbf49e32c6e7bf561b6624025f416
Team 276linesofCode (Tessel) — at September 28, 2017 20:53 UTC
Today we looked into enabling support for the 3G Dongle for ESP32. We had a Dongle with us wherein we tried installing the correct drivers in our systems. We have installed the driver toolchain in our systems and will continue it tomorrow.
It's the last day of RGSoC tomorrow and we cannot stop thinking about it :(
We'll try and make the most use of it.
Till then, Adios.
Team 200 OK (coala) — at September 28, 2017 18:49 UTC
We have had such a hectic day today. This is our penultimate daily log and we are getting so nostalgic about our summer.
Some of the things that we worked on were
- Refactoring our code for SpotBugs and Oclint
- Our presentation for Codemotion Berlin
- Learning ways of writing more pythonic code
- Fixed time for all team call
Team Fusion (OpenDF) — at September 28, 2017 18:39 UTC
Today we had a quick chat with our coaches. We got help from them to correct the mistakes we have done. 😊
Things we did today:
- Continue to work on the reducer by handling the rest of the actions there. ✅
- Commit the changes made to the SearchView. ✅
- Discuss about the final changes made to the SearchView and the Redux part with coach Imran and coach Kasun. ✅
- Informed all the coaches and the mentor about our last team call which will be held on this Sunday. ✅
Things to do tomorrow:
- Finalize everything
- Planning the celebration to wrap up RGSoC.
Team NK42 (Foodsaving and Foodsharing) — at September 28, 2017 15:49 UTC
First, we met with Dave and discussed with him the changes we made to our code: 1. new test in model tests and working model 2. deleting Dave’s suggestions from previous day. Second point was not a good idea :) We worked on API test for giving multiple feedback and came up with a simple code that validates that our feedback was given only once and if not then gives an appropriate message.
This bit of code is working now!
Marie tested SoundCloud Deployment documentation for Justine and so learnt how it is with deployment in SoundCloud as pre-boarding session.
Then, we spent some time practicing our Demo talk with Daniel and corrected the mistakes. Daniel showed Marie how Java, Clojure, Scala, TypeScript work in opposite to Python. And Ines worked on our last task to limit giving feedback within 30 days since Pickup. Daniel helped us later how to remove some unnecessary code and put our code to the right place. Our test for time range 30 days is now not failing but another invitation test gives us AssertionError that is not related to Feedback. We will try to fix it tomorrow on our last day :)
Team Victorious Secret (The Processing Foundation) — at September 28, 2017 02:38 UTC
What we did today
- Katyayani worked on issue 391.
- Finish issue 266.
- Finish Issue 391.
Team Victorious Secret signs off for today!
Stay tuned for further updates.
Team prodyoGEEKY (OpenLMIS: vaccine and medicine logistics for low- and middle-income countries) — at September 28, 2017 00:00 UTC
All good things come to an end… OH GOD WHY!??! We are just shocked! We still cannot believe how fast these three months passed! We do not want this summer to finish! That is exactly how we are now! RGSoC was by far the best place ever that we already worked on. The environment was pure learning … Read more.
September 27, 2017
Team ImpactDevs (WorldBrain - Verifying the Internet with Science) — at September 27, 2017 21:43 UTC
We were nervous but our presentation went great! We lured people with the promise of cake ;) We talked about RGSoC, Worldbrain, showed a demo of the project and went over our architecture decisions and challenges. Good turnout!
Team Codeaholics (Nextcloud) — at September 27, 2017 21:36 UTC
- Even today we worked remotely because Xheni is still sick :/
- We had our weekly call with our supervisor and coaches
- We are still working on the issues to fix them, we hope to finish them within this week
- We are finalizing the details about our last event as RGSoC students, probably we will do it next week on Wednesday at Open Labs Hackerspace
Team Fusion (OpenDF) — at September 27, 2017 18:00 UTC
Today we were supposed to meet coach Kasun and coach Imran, but we missed that session due to an unavoidable reason. 😕 So we decided to have our coaching session with coach Tharindu today... 😊
Things we did today:
- Did the last touches of the SearchView implementation. ✅
- Started writing a reducer for the FileBrowser container. ✅ And there we could handle two actions already.
- Had a coaching session with our coach Tharindu. ✅ He went through our work so far and gave us some tips polish up our implementation. And the best thing is , he's not anymore a remote coach but a local coach . 😁
- Discussed about what to do for our celebration to wrap up RGSoC . ✅ Finally we could decide a date. And it is fixed now. 🗓✔
Things to do tomorrow:
- Continue to work on the reducer by handling the rest of the actions there.
- Commit the changes made to the SearchView.
- Discuss about the final changes made to the SearchView and the Redux part with coach Imran and coach Kasun.
Team Code_Hoppers (OpenFarm) — at September 27, 2017 17:51 UTC
This week is moving on really fast!. We had planned to ensure that we close the pending issues on our branches after creating our conference campaigns, but seems we didn't meet this milestone.
We plan to sit and look at the pending tests and issues this remaining week as the campaign goes on, we thank all those who have seen us reach this far :-)
Team prodyoGEEKY (OpenLMIS: vaccine and medicine logistics for low- and middle-income countries) — at September 27, 2017 17:02 UTC
So we presented our work in the Showcase meeting of OpenLMIS yesterday and in the product meeting today! Now we will wrap everything up and finish our blogpost!
Team 276linesofCode (Tessel) — at September 27, 2017 16:59 UTC
So, today although we had to work work on 3G dongle but we ended up spending some time on the ESP32 module instead. Today, after so many failures in the past, we were finally able to push the Hello World code successfully to the ESP32 module which our mentor had sent us. While working on the ESP32 module, we also went through a few examples about it which were their on a github repository. After that, when we were confident about its functionality, we opened the reach-wg repository in Tessel to look for issues related to ESP32 module. We found one issue of interest to us in which we have to implement an I2C communication between the ESP32 module and the accelerometer module of Tessel. But what our another challenge is that since the ESP32 module is not soldered to any pins, we would first have to think of how to solder it so that we may start working on the issue.
Till then, Adios.
Team NK42 (Foodsaving and Foodsharing) — at September 27, 2017 15:54 UTC
We started the day with validation. With some help from Dave we made sure that a user is allowed to give feedback only once per pickup in the serializer. Afterwards we also found a solution to validate that in the model (with unique_together validator). For both variants changes in the test setup and tests itself were necessary, because we created several feedback objects there which didn’t pass the new validation. So we refactored our tests. Afterwards we started to work on the last necessary validation: checking if the pickup the user wants to give feedback about isn’t older than 30 days.
In the Afternoon we worked on our Slides and the scipt for the SoundCloud Demo on Friday.
Team NK42 (Foodsaving and Foodsharing) — at September 27, 2017 08:41 UTC
Tuesday’s Daily Log:
- we continued to work on our talk for the SoundCloud demo on Friday (it is almost finished, we just have to practice the talk)
- in the second half of the day we concentrated on the workshop preparation that we organise next week, created the list of topics we will cover on Friday, Saturday with Python students, divided tasks and sent out the first email to our coaches
Team IfPairElseUnknown (if me - mental health communication app) — at September 27, 2017 07:55 UTC
27th September 2017
For ifPairElseUnknown, today marks the last day of Rails Girls Summer of Code 2017.
RGSoC has come to an end!
Today we hosted a morning tea to present our Rails Girls Summer of Code experience and thank all those who helped us along the way.
It has been a great pleasure working with our amazing team.
They have all provided us with a wealth of knowledge, which we can take away and implement as we continue to learn.
We had the amazing support of four coaches, Adel, Tim, Adam and Simon.
Tim has provided support remotely. We have regularly sync with him over Zoom. We generally focused our sessions around TDD. Tim also opened our eyes to security. We find that Tim explains things in an easy to understand way and we really like his approach to TDD. He is also extremely patient and understanding as a coach.
Adam has regularly come to Zendesk to work one on one with us. Teaching us how to refactor code, better ways to write clean code and reviewing our pull requests.
Simon was a great help to Sophie, when it came to Linux and RVM issues. He provided great knowledge when refactoring our work, with clear explanations.
Both Simon and Adam helped out early on with our applications before our team was selected to participate. They helped us understand which projects may be suitable for us to work on and helped us setup our local environments before the program started.
Also a special thank you to Luis Ferreira who provided coaching to Jenny when she was in Portugal for the European Innovation Academy and who continues to support her even on her return to Melbourne.
A big thank you to everyone at Zendesk for providing a welcoming and supportive environment for us to work.
Thank you to our Project mentor Julia, it has been a pleasure working on your project and we look forward to continuing our work on if-me.org.
Thank you to our RGSoC Supervisor Vi, it has been a pleasure getting to know you and the support has been fantastic
Lastly, we would like to say a BIG thank you to the Organisers of Rails Girls Summer of Code and all the sponsors for making this experience possible. This has been such a wonderful experience, we have enjoyed the opportunity to contribute back to the community in a positive way. This is an experience we will never forget!
Team 200 OK (coala) — at September 27, 2017 07:38 UTC
We published our final (still hurts to say the word) fortnightly blog post, on essential software engineering practices that can be learnt and mastered through open source and how open source projects can help us bridge the gap between the skills we require at work versus those which we're taught in college. You can read it here. We'd love to know your thoughts about it!
Our fortnightly blog series has received such an overwhelming response and we are elated about it!
We also contacted one of the senior maintainers of the coala community in order to discuss about the coala perspective in our talk at Berlin. We'll have a call with him soon!
Team prodyoGEEKY (OpenLMIS: vaccine and medicine logistics for low- and middle-income countries) — at September 27, 2017 00:00 UTC
September 26, 2017
Team Codeaholics (Nextcloud) — at September 26, 2017 20:53 UTC
- We pushed a small change to our PR and finally our second blog post is published
- We worked remotely today
- Xheni was very sick today and she was unable to work. Hope she gets better soon :(
- Jona is still trying to fix the sort option issue :(
Team ImpactDevs (WorldBrain - Verifying the Internet with Science) — at September 26, 2017 20:27 UTC
Finishing slides and run-through of our RGSoC presentation. Also learning more about fundamentals of MongoDB - creating new collection, showing databases, etc.