These are the punchline status reports for the Sept 18, 2009 IRC meeting in #markus at 12PM.
- Finished setting up my development environment
- Updated the MarkUs developer installation instructions for Mac OS X with Simon (see Ticket #379)
- Added instructions for setting up MySQL and updated some information about getting started with MarkUs development and running the rake tasks
- Continued to read “Agile Web Development With Rails” and continued to go through some Rails tutorials
- Start to familiarize myself with the MarkUs source code
- Talk to Mike about tickets that would be good to start with
- None this week
- Starting to understand the structure of the code
- Finished with ticket #376 – got 1000th MarkUs commit!
- Uploaded a review request
- Still going through the basics of Rails
- Get another bug assigned
- Keep on reading tutorials of Rails
- My lack of familiarity with Rails
- Completed my local MarkUs installation on Linux. Had to try a few variations because the original procedure led me to some errors.
- Updated the installation doc (along with Severin).
- Read most of the project developer’s doc referenced on the wiki start page (Guidelines for dev, review board, test guidelines…).
- Read about Ruby (The pragmatic programmer’s guide).
- Read about Rails (up to now, I mostly read about plain Ruby).
- Dive into the code (looking at it, trying it, modifying it and playing with it)
None at the moment.
- I have listened to the screen casts
- I have written the MarkUs installation procedure on Windows
- I have bought a book titled “Ruby on rails” and started to read it
- I have to buy my tickets to go to Toronto.
- I will continue reading my book
- Will go through the documents on the Dr.Project page(I did not have the time to do it yet)
- Still hanging out in IRC when I can, helping where I can
- Posted the meeting notes from last week on the blog
- Collected the punchline status updates for this week
- Doled out some tickets
- Reviewed some code from Fernando
- I’m ready to review code that starts coming in from the tickets I’ve assigned. Bring it on, people!
- Everything is fine.
- ReviewBoard HowTo has been written: https://stanley.cdf.toronto.edu/drproject/csc49x/olm_rails/wiki/HowToReviewBoard
- Developer installation instructions for Linux have been improved
- Supported Alan in doing the Stanley install
- Reorganized wiki start page
- Improved InstallProd wiki page: https://stanley.cdf.toronto.edu/drproject/csc49x/olm_rails/wiki/InstallProd
- I’ve read a book on ruby on rails and my project is fully working.
- I plan on looking at the bugs and go into the code. I also want to read on “shoulda” and look at the tests.
- I read through the first 7 chapters of “Agile Web Development with Rails” and read over several online Ruby tutorials.
- InstantRails is up and running on my laptop and MarkUs is fully working.
- Read through most of the documents on the Dr. Project site.
- Set up an IDE – currently trying out Komodo Edit.
- With Mélanie, updated the Windows install wiki page. (see ticket #378 ) *still working on this, will be done before I go to bed tonight
- I will finish going through the documents on the Dr. Project site.
- This weekend I would like to set aside some chunks of time to work on a first bug and better step through how some pieces of the code are set up.
- none at the moment