[UCOSP] Status Reports: Jan. 24, 2015

Jessica Yuen

  • What project are you working on?
    • The project I am working on is the rb-gateway project, or “Repository access and registry service” in the Student Project’s Hackpad.
  • What you accomplished this week:

    • I’ve been mainly learning a lot about Google Go to do my project.  Some links are in the Hackpad. I’ve also written up the wire frame for my project using this new language. And of course, collecting this status report.
  • What you plan to do next week:
    • For my project, I want to clean up the existing wireframe a bit, fix some bugs. (i.e. the exec shell isn’t working for ‘git show’). I also want to integrate it into review board itself, or at least can run an ‘rbt post’ in rb-gateway and have it post to the server.
  • What, if anything, is blocking you from making progress?
    • Nothing yet, I will ask on Slack.
  • Any other questions?
    • Nope.

Theo Belaire

  • What project are you working on?
    • I am working on getting better parent_base commits better in Git and Mercurial.

  • What you accomplished this week:

    • I have been learning hg, since I’ve never actually used it and now have to dive into it.
  • Links to anything you’ve done this week:
    • I reviewed Jessica’s project wireframe: https://reviews.reviewboard.org/r/6825/
      and otherwise did some reading.  Perhaps I should have taken notes on hg, but it’s all straight from the book so far.
  • What you plan to do next week:
    • I plan to get the config value for the remote repository working.
  • What, if anything, is blocking you from making progress?
    • I had to finish some homework, but that’s done.

  • Any other questions?
    • Nope here too.

Tien Vu

  • What project are you working on?
    • I’m working on getting rbt-patch/land to print using a specified template.

  • What you accomplished this week:

    • I stepped through the rbt patch command and have a better understanding of the code architecture, also looking up Python modules that I don’t understand. I’ve also read up and made some toy code with Jinja2 to understand how to use it.
  • What you plan to do next week:
    • Start coding, make something work (like at least getting rbt patch to print using a hard coded template). I’ll continue expanding on this minimal amount of code as required.
  • What, if anything, is blocking you from making progress?
    • I’m still unclear about some of the features that the Jinja2 API offers, like a “byte-code cache”. However, I’ll ignore this for now and just try to get the basics to work.

  • Any other questions?
    • No.

Vincent Le

  • What project are you working on?
    • Still working on “File providers framework”, for easier file attachment uploading
  • What you accomplished this week:

    • Analyzed how HostingService is able to commondate for other services and know to how make the correct instance of a specific Class.
    • Added some of the above implementation to File Provider framework
    • Worked on GET list objects and CREATE for a single object
  • What you plan to do next week:
    • Work on the GET list and CREATE test cases
    • Work on GET item test case
    • Work on GET item webapi
    • Work on test calls for search, file_meta, list, and get_file
    • Work on implementing TestFileProvider
  • What, if anything, is blocking you from making progress?
    • Nothing yet
  • Any other questions?
    • Nothing yet

Jason Tseng

  • What project are you working on?
    • Responsive UI

  • What you accomplished this week:

    • Code styling clean up for previous code review submission #6796
    •  Submitted enhancement request on css def.less
    •  Designing responsive views for different pages
  • What you plan to do next week:
    • Finish off responsive view for at least two more pages (5 more undone in total)

  • What, if anything, is blocking you from making progress?
    • N/A

  • Any other questions?
    • N/A

Chester Li

  • What project are you working on?
    • I am working on issue 3704 (WIP) and post-commit review requests for GitLab (I switched my project from last week).
  • What you accomplished this week:

    • Building up better understanding on codebase, I also look up some other issues and kept working on the WIP issue.
  • What you plan to do next week:
    • Finish WIP issue and work on that GitLab project.
  • What, if anything, is blocking you from making progress?
    • Lack of knowledge on Django and project, but I will tackle them.
  • Any other questions?
    • Not yet

Christopher Arnold

  • What project are you working on?
    • Mute and Archive Review Requests
  • What you accomplished this week:
    • further investigation into Django query sets
    • made a rough plan for adding an archived state for a ReviewRequestVisit, pre-pseudo code
      • two possible routes, probably leaning towards the 2nd one:
        • 1) adding a visibility view when loading a request state
        • 2) filtering in a ShowVisibileReviewRequestMixin class
    • learning more about Django template language and how / where review requests should change visibility states
  • What you plan to do next week:
    • add the visibility state (visible, muted, archived)
    • build queries that filter these different states
    • start reviewing other people’s work
  • What, if anything, is blocking you from making progress?
    • No

  • Any other questions?
    • No
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