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September 15, 2015
Team Cheesy (Rails Girls)  — at September 15, 2015 22:08 UTC
Breaking: the second iteration is live. Thanks to late night merging by Carsten.
We started the day with a standup/pair programming session, to tweak some usability issues. Roos, our GitHub whizzGirl, designed a new workflow, better suited for the quick iterations we intend to deliver in the upcoming weeks. And she gave a sneak peak of the newest and improved Dashboard styling. It is actually starting to look like a genuine dashboard. Woohoo!
Maud worked on another new feature: a Team Performance Indicator. Team Cheesy is ready for the final sprints!
Team CocoaGems (CocoaGems)  — at September 15, 2015 21:54 UTC
We: Chatted a bit about what we worked on
Attended a workshop on the IOT and on how to use devicify and salesforce t o collect data from everyday objects.
Had lunch in the Square
Learned about microchips
Attended a Workshop on Hacking Biases in Tech
Worked on Regexp Part 2
Looked up housing for our Strange loop visit
Lunch at GitHub
Session on Regex with Jesse
Continued learning about Sinatra.
Team RailsGEnthusiasts (RubyGameDev)  — at September 15, 2015 19:09 UTC
Q&A session with our coach Andrew
We talked about in details about the guides revision feature and decided to change the conception
So, we started again to think over the logic of this feature
We have made the view of the feature - admin and current_user view
We made the "Approve" and "Reject" buttons for the admin and what the user will receive after admin`s reply
Team CodeBenders (RailsAdmin)  — at September 15, 2015 18:22 UTC
We finally got Travis to show green today :')
We were getting some issue in making the authorisation key work with pundit. Paired with our coach Kashyap, who gave us some great advise on how to debug ruby code! Learnt quite a bit about debugging while trying to find our issue. After getting some hint of what was wrong, we decided to check our branch of the gem with a running app. So we added the config and included Pundit in our Demo App. Wrote some policies and checked that everything was working as expected :D
Pushed the code to the PR and patiently waited for Travis to give us a green signal.
Team Alpha Ruby (α ❤ ✌) (Official Ruby Documentation Redesign)  — at September 15, 2015 17:48 UTC
Continue to work in full swing with RDoc and Templates.
Experimenting snippets using jQuery and Bootstrap.
Team R'n'B [Ruby & Bugs] (Open Source Event Manager)  — at September 15, 2015 16:24 UTC
What we have done today:
- daily planing
- consulted mentoring team for next steps
- read tips & tricks about RSpec Rails 3.3.
comments_controller_spec.rbto eliminate repetition
- refactored styling & structure of comments-page
- inspected Bootstrap buttons used in OSEM to change all buttons to same alignment/size
Team GirlsCodersWarsaw (RubyClerks)  — at September 15, 2015 15:03 UTC
Team Tessie (Hoodie)  — at September 15, 2015 13:59 UTC
Today we worked started working on My First Hoodie itself. After a 1:1 with Ola the whole plan has changed again so we had to redo the wireframes and start from scratch. We set up a new repo on Team Tessie that contains all of the my first hoodie app. It's basically Chrono Tracker in structure but we'll be building my-first-hoodie on top of it. We've also decided to eat fork and branch off of the main repo so we can work simultaneously without problems. Pilar will be working on the time app and Shelly will be working on the budget tracking side.
- 1:1 with Ola
- created working environment for my-first-hoodie
- started basic app skeleton
- started poking around Ola's existing time tracking app
- looked around momentjs to solve possible time tracking issues
Team Fanxhe (livingstyleguide)  — at September 15, 2015 12:00 UTC
Today we started our day with a standup and we planned our day and we accomplish the following: We researched how to load the page with LSG examples (the source code and the result) , we triggered an ajax request on page load sending the data loaded in the form to generate the style guide. var … Read more.
Team R'n'B [Ruby & Bugs] (Open Source Event Manager)  — at September 15, 2015 09:25 UTC
What we have done:
- Discussed with our mentors how abilities are implemented in our project for various users, and how to allow access to certain pages only for specific roles.
- Created all tests for comments_controller.rb
- Tried to find a solution to fix a BUG in our code (yes, they are here!)
- worked on views for comments page to switch bootstrap well-to-panel-div element (to make it look similar to github notifications page)
- brainstormed and started a new website app (RefugeesInfoHub) with Julia & Maren from Team Delta Quadrant to collect all infos about projects, initiatives, apps, etc. to support Refugees => to be continued
Team Delta Quadrant (Diaspora)  — at September 15, 2015 09:21 UTC
You never can learn enough about Regex so we decided to follow another tutorial from nodeschool.
And then we had that idea during a lunch talk to help refugees (and helpers) gathering information about educational resources and the access to it aka computers and WIFI. So we (together with Thuy of team Ruby'nBugs) started brainstorming and building a small website based on Google Docs and tabletop.js which provides an infrastructure for crowdsourcing information and searching it.
In the late afternoon we had a skype call with our supervisor. In the evening, Maren attended the Rubymonsters Learning Group and Julia coached at a nodeschool event.
Team DEIGirls (Lotus)  — at September 15, 2015 07:27 UTC
Awesome, awesome, awesome, awesome!!!!
It started with Bilbo! And then entered Gandalf from Game of Thrones with the horse-bunny clapping coconuts Monty Python-style XD
We heard really great talks about versions of ruby and keyword parameters (Ruby 2.2.0 had a bug. 2.2.1 fixed it, but had its own bug. 2.2.2 was supposed to have a fix, but they forgot to add it, so use 2.2.3), how Ruby smells (look for the reek gem), how deleting is faster than re-writing, and how Inês is an unreliable narrator! We were also read a book called "Amelia Bedelia learns to code" by Kylie Stradley, that was my favorite talk!
The Sunset Party was really something, I got Inês and my coach Christian singing duets with me and a boys vs. girls "Eye of the tiger" XD
More to come tomorrow!
Team RubyGirls Quito (LEAP Encryption Access Project - Webapp)  — at September 15, 2015 05:44 UTC
Good day: working directly on LEAP!
- Decided to got for the 'donation payment' first as I'm still waiting to see what subscriptions are supposed to do.
- Successfully created the paymentform and used the new braintree's drop in.
- Generate the client token and used the `braintreeform_for` from the old code.
- LEAP now accepts credit card and pay pal! ;)
Tomorrow's tasks: create the nonce and set customer correctly. Start bitcoin!
Team Melbourne (Discourse: Advertising Plugin)  — at September 15, 2015 05:34 UTC
- Looked at the Native Shopping Ads again: https://github.com/team-melbourne-rgsoc2015/discourse-adplugin/tree/amazon-extend. Thanks @madpilot! Looking to change direction so that script can be put into html.
- Recorded our podcast for final blog post as part of Rails Girls requirements.
- Transcribed our podcast and edited the recording for fluency.
Team Tessie (Hoodie)  — at September 15, 2015 05:22 UTC
Today we worked on the My First Hoodie wireframe. Shelly found this really cool online app that helps you create wireframe prototypes by dragging and dropping - really helpful! We had our usual standup, where everyone was very supportive about sending in code and not being embarrassed by it. We later had a call with Alex who helped us a lot with the design and features of My First Hoodie.