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July 17, 2017
Team Code Bears (diaspora*) — at July 17, 2017 17:47 UTC
Today we did our first pull request. YAY!! After fixing the code and the according tests, it took us more time than we thought to do the actual pull request because of some issues with git while preparing for the pull request. Also phrasing what we did and why we opted for one solution rather than another took quite some time. Anyway towards the end of the day we did the pull request and now we are waiting for replies. Excited and nervous...
Team Bundledore (AFDC League Management System) — at July 17, 2017 17:42 UTC
What we did today:
1) We found that our choice of using gibbon gem wasn't giving us the correct output. So we shifted to the "MailChimp API "gem.
2)Working on issue #128 which is expected to be fixed by the week.
3)Scheduled the weekly call with our supervisor for Thursday.
Team 276linesofCode (Tessel) — at July 17, 2017 17:41 UTC
Yesterday was a big day for both of us. We presented a talk on Introduction to Computer Vision being members of WWC-Delhi. It was a great experience, since, we got to delve deeper into Open CV, explain the concepts involved to the attendees, cleared their doubts. The audience was very responsive and we even got a positive feedback in the end. SO, through this we were able to spread our knowledge about Computer Vision to a few enthusiasts beginning their journey in this.
We introduced RGSoC in the beginning of our presentation, making the audience aware about what it is and how it really works.
Today, we again got back to working on our Tessel Modules. We explored GPS Module and Servo Module.
We even made changes in some PRs that we had sent the previous week as suggested by the Tessel committee.
Tomorrow, we would begin our day by having a weekly call with our Project Mentor, Kelsey giving her updates and taking in suggestions.
Till then, Adios.
Team IfPairElseUnknown (if me - mental health communication app) — at July 17, 2017 17:19 UTC
17th July 2017
Things we did:
- Morning stand up to go over today's tasks
- Converted RGSoC blog to Markdown
- Published RGSoC Blog
- Researched Secret URLs
Things we learnt:
- Learning how to generate a secret link
- How to prioritise tasks while working remotely
- Work on issue (#455, #10)
Team Pivotal London (Babel) — at July 17, 2017 15:55 UTC
8:45 Arrive at Pivotal for breakfast
Review resources regarding plugins. Read the Babel plugin handbook again :-) Examined other babel plugins, in consideration of writing our own.
The motivation for doing the above plugin revision work is that Kara tried to implement a simple plugin over the weekend, including making necessary changes to Babel's parser Babylon. Feedback from the community was kind: parser changes and tests were good, necessary syntax changes in Babel were good, but the transform was not written (ha!). So, back to an overview of what writing a plugin entails. Progress was made on writing the transform, but would love to run it over a small piece of code. Also, it is possible that the generator needs a change as well. Language changes necessitate quite a lot of small tweaks to almost all the major components of Babel! Decent learning exercise and as a point of pride I would like to complete it (plus it is good for my understanding of how the parts of Babel work together in practice); however, Winna had the very good point that this is an example of scope creep.
1:30 - 3:00 Observed BBR Pre-IPM and IPM
5:00 Hour with Winna, talking about necessity to guard the project's scope and write a good backlog of well written stories. We wrote one story together (the Walking Skeleton story). Discussed elements of a well written user story.
**Also Emma and Kara played ping pong
Team Fusion (OpenDF) — at July 17, 2017 15:39 UTC
Today is the first day of our third week in RGSoC journey. 😊 We were busy with drafting of our blog post since we had to send it to our supervisor and today, we had our third supervisor call also. 💻😇
Things we did today:
- Decided to use ES6 since we learnt the differences and drawbacks of ES5 compared to ES6. ✅
- Had our third supervisor call and discussed about our progress and the things we are planning to do this week. ✅
- Finished drafting our blog post and sent the draft to our supervisor to have a look at it. ✅
- Prepared the requested documents,that are to be sent to our scrum master, Dr. Gamindu. ✅
- Had a quick chat with our mentor Milindu regarding the web services needed for search queries, the implementation of the app as an independent component and about our blog post too. ✅ And he advised us to use Mocks for testing the app, till we do the API consumption for the file browser.
- Continued learning about ES6, React and React Virtual DOM. ✅
Things to do tomorrow:
- Start developing the first module of the file browser, the Query Bar and the Searchable Field Panel.
- Have coaching session with our coach Udanie
- Continue learning about React Boilerplate and Redux, while working. 💻📚
Team berlin diamonds (Discourse) — at July 17, 2017 15:23 UTC
- looked into the tests in discourse
- attended the company meeting of our coachig company
- attended the team meeting of our developers team and explained current status of our progress with the plugin
- pulled changes from the remote repo and merged them into current working branch
- solved conflicts to merge the branches
- fixed issues in the tests
- read a lot about testing with mocha and rspec (https://github.com/eliotsykes/rspec-rails-examples)
- tutorial on rspec
Team 200 OK (coala) — at July 17, 2017 03:35 UTC
On Saturday, we had our weekly supervisor call with Mayar and discussed our progress. So far, we have been meeting the goals we are setting for each week and she was very pleased with our progress. We also met with our coaches who helped us resolve the roadblocks we were facing.
In addition, we finalized some of the implementation details of JSLintBear. The problem we were facing was that the author has essentially implemented it as a function and not a redistributable package via npm so we had a lot of questions about writing a linter around it. Hopefully, we will be able to send a PR for it this week.
July 16, 2017
Team prodyoGEEKY (OpenLMIS: vaccine and medicine logistics for low- and middle-income countries) — at July 16, 2017 19:35 UTC
We began with the local install of OpenLMIS and successfully performed the following:
1. Installation of Docker Engine and Docker Compose
2. Pulled the environment file template and edited it to provide local IP address.
3. Pulled all the services to bring the Reference Distribution up.
After this we were able to see the login page!
Could not get past the login page and struggled with Bad Gateway error for hours! :| After trying various possible solutions suggested by the team on Slack, when nothing worked, it was decided that working on a Virtual Machine is probably causing the problem. We'll now dual boot our systems with a native Ubuntu which will hopefully solve the problem. Fingers crossed!
Also, our updates were earlier by mistake going under the name of Padawans - the team we applied last year as. The issue has finally been resolved! :)
Team prodyoGEEKY (OpenLMIS: vaccine and medicine logistics for low- and middle-income countries) — at July 16, 2017 19:31 UTC
Second week of RGSoC is already here and the journey so far has been nothing but exciting! The best moment being the group hangout joined by all mentors, coaches and our supervisor Linda!
To sum up our progress so far -
First Kick Off Meet (4th July)
This marked the beginning of our RGSoC’17 journey. We had a hangout session with our mentors and guides from OpenLMIS team, our coaches and team supervisor Linda.
After an interesting round of introductions, we discussed our project proposal in detail and the features we’ll start working on. As a starter, we’ll begin integrating Cordova into Dev-UI build process.
Laying down the communication channels and weekly meetup timings (5th July)
Slack will be our official medium of communication!
Local install of OpenLMIS (6th July)
To introduce ourselves with OpenLMIS’s code base, went through installation instructions, read about grunt and the tickets assigned to us on Jira.
Now that we are all set up, we are certain our next update will talk about us finally getting our hands dirty with our first task. Stay tuned! :D
Team NK42 (Foodsaving and Foodsharing) — at July 16, 2017 17:37 UTC
Foodsaving Hackathon day II
We figured out how to add database field "user_feedback" and how to show it in Swagger. That might sound quite easy but we actually spent quite some time with errors, docker containers running in the background, searching for the right places in the code etc. We have learnt how we can join, leave, remove a pickup in Swagger and play with this while checking history data as result. That brings us much closer to solving our first issue.
Tilmann explained how Foodsaving works with tests. He showed Marie how to write a simple test for PICKUP_DONE and how to fix all test failures and errors. Tilmann recommended to create a simple Django test in our test web app with Snippets with Django and Django Rest Framework documentation. Afterwards, Marie explained it to Ines. Nick explained how he started to implement messaging functions in the tool and we did some code reading together.
July 15, 2017
Team Code_Hoppers (OpenFarm) — at July 15, 2017 19:30 UTC
We hoped to have finished the search bar today but we are still working on it. We hope to work on it over the weekend so that we can keep up with our work plan and not carry it to the new week.
Week 2 has been both challenging and exciting, we hope to make more PR next week.
That's all for today!
Team Codeaholics (Nextcloud) — at July 15, 2017 19:03 UTC
What we have done:
- This weekend we are replacing the dates the we couldn't work during this week (Monday and Tuesday)
- Drinking coffee together and discussing how was EuroPython'17
- Started working on the article that we need to publish for our team
- Did some tests to fix the issue #253
Team NK42 (Foodsaving and Foodsharing) — at July 15, 2017 18:05 UTC
Foodsaving Hackathon day I
We started the day with a Django REST Framework tutorial and compared the files with the ones in the Foodsaving Repo. We learned what serializers do (among other things they translate python objects to JSON objects and back) and how these project architectures can look like.
Together with Nick we analysed the apps in the Foodsharing repo and figured out which one are most interesting for us at the moment. Unfortunately Ines messed up her Docker container and Marie her local branch – so it was necessary to spend time with bug fixing and setup stuff again.
Team NK42 (Foodsaving and Foodsharing) — at July 15, 2017 09:23 UTC
This day was filled with meetings and white board sessions:
- Meeting with Daniel and Dave – steps forward and situation regarding SoundCloud
- White board session with Daniel about Signals in connection with events in Django
- Foodsharing and Foodsaving Hackathon / Greeting session
- Foodsaving Hackathon / white board session (models structure, upcoming tasks for next day)
Furthermore we were experimenting with Swagger and read parts of the Django REST Framework documentation. We also learned some new details about GitHub while committing two changes in our blog post in the Rails Girls Repository.
Team Gemini (Susi AI Server) — at July 15, 2017 03:03 UTC
We looked at issues that need to be solved,started on one but realised that someone was doing it already. Then we got to know that - a contributor creates it and immediately solves it or is grabbed by someone else quickly!
So plan find our own issues and solve has started!
Have started to try out making some susi skills too.
Another day has gone by, until next time!
Team RailsGyn (RGSoC: The Teams App) — at July 15, 2017 01:25 UTC
Today was a very difficult day, we spent the morning integrating the issue that would complement the issue of which we are working. We also created the tests for all our changes and some other tests to increase the coverage of the scenarios. We are now looking forward to reviewing our amendments and approving our PR. We hope that Monday everything is already reviewed so we can move on to the next issue.
July 14, 2017
Team Clojurians (re-frame) — at July 14, 2017 23:38 UTC
- met with our coach Matt in the morning! We went further in the discussion of the clojurescript compiler, getting more details on namespaces and classpath and macros and dependency bundling, and did some demos
- ate vegan curry for lunch because we cooked too much the night before :D
- pair programming on a re-frame app
- writing up notes about clojurescript compiler into a blog post (:
Team Code_Hoppers (OpenFarm) — at July 14, 2017 20:02 UTC
Today we met with our coach, Sigu, we discussed our progress and he taught us how to better our status updates so that we can better track our progress.
1 Implementing the search page- got some breakthrough today
2Working on the blog post- submitted the PR for the blog post, waiting for it to be merged
Still in progress:
Search bar creation, got a breakthrough in this, realized that we can use HTML/CSS instead of Angular Js
Finish up on the search bar
Team Victorious Secret (The Processing Foundation) — at July 14, 2017 18:37 UTC
What we did today
- In order to solve Issue 383, we read about adding a modal in react.
- Added the modal but later found out that a display box would suit the design better. Then learned about adding a display box in React.
Agenda for tomorrow
- Meet and work on our Issues since our output for this week wasn't well enough.
- Continue studying React.
- Meet our coaches.
Team Victorious Secret signs off for today!
Stay tuned for further updates.
Team 276linesofCode (Tessel) — at July 14, 2017 18:22 UTC
So today was a remote working day for both of us. We changed a few commits for the previous PRs that we had made.
We also worked on a few of the PRs that were labeled as "Do Not Merge" by us last week and aim to complete them by Sunday.
We had our second supervisor call with Vaishali today! We talked about our progress so far and it has been a smooth ride till now!
2 Weeks of RGSoC have been a crazy ride and we wish to do wayyy more the coming weeks in order to make it successful!
Till then, Adios.
Team Fusion (OpenDF) — at July 14, 2017 17:59 UTC
So here ends our 2nd week of RGSoC. Today was indeed a busy day for us and today, we realized we only know very little and there's so much more to learn..😃
What we did today:
- Worked on the React hands-on tutorial. Couldn't complete the final part of the tutorial series as we were stuck with a firebase error. But somehow we managed to fix it after an hour of trying. ✅
- Today, both coach Imran and coach Kasun came to our working place for a coaching session. Coach Kasun checked our progress for this week and then coach Imran started his first coaching session with us. ✅
- And also he explained us the way to use git for contribution with multiple branches. Always use separate branches for Development and Testing!
- After discussing about the finalized requirements for the file browser, coach Imran helped us figuring out how to structure our implementation, according to the requirements.
- And also, he set some milestones for the implementation to achieve within next week.
- Planned our 3rd week tasks and created a new trello board for that.✅
- Continued working on the blog post draft.✅
Things to do in our 3rd week
- Start implementing the searchable query field panel for the file browser.
- Publish our first blog post on RGSoC official blog.
- Have our first team call with the whole team, including our mentors and coaches.
- Learn more and more! 😃
Here's how our whiteboard looked like after today's coaching session😀👇
So it's a wrap for this week.. :)
Team Alexa (JoopeA Club) — at July 14, 2017 16:24 UTC
- did minor changes to the language model
- added a language attribute to the user entity
- forked repo
- did our first commit, and second, and third, and...
- resolved all the merge conflicts
It was a very productive week for us, can't wait to get back to coding next week!