Status Reports: April 26, 2014

Edwin Zhang

1. What you accomplished this week

  • Went through the code again and found more things to sandbox (the register/unregister code)
  • Started sandboxing the register/unregister code

2. What you plan to do next week

  • Continue sandboxing the code that calls the register/unregister functions

3. What, if anything, is blocking you from making progress

  • N/A at the moment, although I may have some questions about writing unit tests

4. Any other questions

  • I won’t be at the meeting on Sunday because I have a tennis match.

Stephanie Su

1. What you accomplished this week

  • I am now almost finished with my project. Most of the adding/removing widgets interface is now working.

2. What you plan to do next week

  • I’m having some issues with making widget removal Ajax-friendly. Specifically, when the user removes the widgets, those widgets need to show up in the adding widgets interface, but right now, the adding widgets interface doesn’t update unless there’s a page refresh.
  • I also need to replace the widget images and removal icon.


3. What, if anything, is blocking you from making progress

  • Getting better images and the removal icon

4. Any other questions

  • Is it possible to access Django template variables in Javascript?

Tomi Aijo

1. What you accomplished this week

  • Took r/5531 out of WIP
  • Changed the infobox to only show when supported
  • Have been testing things against JIRA
  • Finished the support for JIRA, will post a review request once I am finished for the day

2. What you plan to do next week

  • Add support for additional bug trackers

3. What, if anything, is blocking you from making progress

  • None

4. Any other questions

  • None

Iines Piesala

1. What you accomplished this week

  • I’ve posted an update to review request 5576 according to Davids comments and fixed the issued raised.
  • For part 2 I’ve tried to found the right style (less) statements to set the different background colors.
  • I’ll post the pictures before tomorows meeting.
  • I also think I’ll get the part 2 out of WIP before tomorrows meeting, because it’s pretty functional already, though I have to go trough the style first.

2. What you plan to do next week

  • Make adjustments to part 1 or part 2, if needed
  • Start wrapping the project up.

3. What, if anything, is blocking you from making progress

  • I would like have comments on my reviews.

4. Any other questions

  • None

Tami Forrester

1. What you accomplished this week

  • Resolved more minor issues on the reviews page project.
  • I’ve also been looking into a post on the blog about the checklist extension – would like some guidance on what to do next!

2. What you plan to do next week

  • Awaiting final review of the reviews page website.
  • If needed, will fix anything for that, and choose/start working on a new project

3. What, if anything, is blocking you from making progress

  • None

4. Any other questions

  • None

Bhushan Ramnani

1. What you accomplished this week

  • Pushed Beanstalk post-receive hook.
  • Implemented googlecode post-receive hook (#5644)
  • Discovered and logged an rbt related issue [#3314].

2. What you plan to do next week

  • Complete testing of googlecode post-receive hook.
  • Last week of the semester.

3. What, if anything, is blocking you from making progress

  • I’m unable to do rbt post using the googlecode hg repository. The rbt-setup issue is the same as #5644 which I logged.
  • Also, while testing on the svn repository (which got setup successfully), the url was not getting registered after doing rbt post. This might be an internal issue which I’ll look into more detail.

4. Any other questions

  • None

Joonas Lindholm

1. What you accomplished this week

2. What you plan to do next week

  • Improve and organize the code.
  • Do testing.

3. What, if anything, is blocking you from making progress

  • None

4. Any other questions

  • None

Mirai Akagawa

1. What you accomplished this week

  • Worked on mobile diff viewer – currently, page zoom is okay but still creates awkward scroll on the page

2. What you plan to do next week

  • Keep working on this – finish ideally.

3. What, if anything, is blocking you from making progress

  • None

4. Any other questions

  • None
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