Archive for May, 2012
– Fixed and Submitted a Review Request for issue #730
– Looking into issue #688.
– Get feedback from review board, make change and ship issue #730
– Discovered another bug while looking at issue #688. Adding criterion for assignments under flexible marking scheme does not work. I will look over the old tickets where one seems to have covered this problem and will request to reopen it.
– Had issue reproducing issue #688. I believe that the bug is fixed already. More investigation is needed to determine if indeed this is still a bug.
– Submitted a Review Request for issue #581.
– Now looking at issue #91
– Need to investigate issue #91 and try to fix it by end of next week
– Get feedback from review board, make change and ship issue #581
– Checking whether an issue has been fixed or not. All issues that have been fixed should be removed from the list of issues page.
– Created and worked on issue #741 and submitted a review request.
– Reading up on svnserve to try and get the subversion backend working. I thought I needed it for issue #656, but it turns out the web interface is fine.
– I currently have a temporary fix for issue #656 (Grace Day Bug). However, more investigation is needed to determine if this fix is a proper correct fix or more changes are needed.
– Continue working to fix issue #656.
– Get feedback from review board, make change and ship issue #729, #741
– Like Kristian stated above, there seems to be a fair number of issues that are fix/partly fix/not reproducible on rails 3 that are listed and takes time to determine if the issue still exists.
– I’ve caught the latest version of the flu or whatever. Progress slowed while I sleep 15 hours a day.
– MarkUs is setup
– Looking for tickets to complete and going over how the review board process works
– Understanding which opened tickets are actually still incomplete since some seem to be open but are completed.
– Done setting up Markus on a VM.
– Get more familiar with Github / Choose a ticket to work on.
– None so far
– Worked on Issue 729. Code is now under review.
– Understanding the full development process of MarkUs.
– Get feedback from review board, make change and ship #729
– Find another issue to work on.
– I’ve been working on Issue 395 and understanding how the code submission process works. I just gotta figure this one small thing out and I’ll upload the code. This week I also assisted in klejao and darynl’s setup issues.
– Get feedback from review board, make change and ship #395
Minutes of meeting held 12:00pm – 12:55pm, May 17, 2012 on IRC Channel
Participants: Karen Reid, Danesh Dadachanji, Daryn Lam, Kristian Lejao, Jeff Ling, Michael Ing
Meetings will be held on IRC Channel from this meeting forward.
- Daryn: So I’ve pretty much just set up my RoR application on my mac and I’ve looked over the application, played around with the sandbox. Has some issue getting Markus Completely working. The book Daryn used for reference is simply rails 2
- Kristian: Has been reading RoR tutorials online. im not done setting up the dev environment but i should be able to finish that by Monday. Also, Kristian is getting familiar with Github as well.
- Jeff: He got the dev environment setup and went through a ruby tutorial and a RoR specific tutorial. Jeff saids he could start working on a ticket but he’ll be slow while figuring out where things are etc.
- Michael: What I try doing is getting RoR working on Windows. However, I had no luck. As a result, I install it on a virutal box using linux. I have things up and running on linux. I have been play around with it on my own machine. Also, yesterday I briefly looked at the code just to get a feel of it. The book I have been using as a reference is Ruby on Rails 3 Tutorial: Learn rails by example by Michael Hartl.
Minutes of meeting held 12:15pm – 12:55pm, May 9, 2012 on Google Hangout
Participants: Karen Reid, Daryn Lam, Kristian Lejao, Jeff Ling, Michael Ing
Tasks for the first 2 weeks:
- Get accounts to Markus Mailing list, IRC Channel, Github, Markus blog, Review Board
- Setup Markus
- Do Basic Tutorials
- Play with MarkUs’s sandbox
There are 3 main project/task that are hope to be accomplish this summer
- Finish porting Ruby on Rails from version 2 to 3. Porting is mid-way done. There are still many outstanding issues with the rails framework
- Fix Grace Days issue.
- Remark Request system in MarkUs. It is completely broken and there are some UI issues.
Additional Weekly Tasks:
- Every week, someone is responsible for collecting detail status report and placing the report on the blog
- Also, someone needs to take meeting notes and post on blog
- Any issues should be asked on IRC Channel or email to the MarkUs Devlist
For next week meeting:
- Progress on Install
- Read Documentation on Github site for MarkusProject