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dev:hackfest:eg2013 [2013/04/02 22:37]
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-====== Evergreen 2013 hackfest ideas ====== 
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-Add ideas here, feel free to coordinate times with others. 
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-Note the structure of the Hackfest at http://eg2013.sitka.bclibraries.ca/schedule/#wed - there's a morning "Install fest / Intro to devs" and an afternoon hackfest. Let's try to group the introductory material at the start and the wacky hack ideas for the afternoon? 
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-===== Morning: Install fest / intro to devs ===== 
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-^ Idea ^ Bug link ^ Time / timeslot ^ Interested people ^ Notes ^ 
-| Testing & sign-off walkthrough: learn how to help get new code into the next release | | 1 hour / Morning | | | 
-| TPAC hacking basics |  | 1 hour / Morning | dbs | | 
-| TPAC: Allow URLs in marc field 856 to be used  | [[https://bugs.launchpad.net/evergreen/+bug/1133464|lp1133464]] | ?? | paxed | Probably should follow the "TPAC hacking basics" bit | 
-| Explore retiring 950.data.seed-values.sql for new data.  [[http://evergreen-ils.org/irc_logs/evergreen/2013-02/%23evergreen.27-Wed-2013.log#line90|IRC talk]] | | 1hr | berick | | 
-| More Sample data (like concerto, etc.) for testing | [[https://bugs.launchpad.net/evergreen/+bug/1155771|E.g. lp1155771]] | 2hr | berick | | 
-| Improving auth security / bcrypt / etc | | 2hr | berick | More like planning than development, but maybe.. | 
-| Move OS-based prerequisites to own Makefile.install | | 2hr | Dyrcona | Split Makefile.install into separate files for Debian, Fedora, etc. Both Evergreen and OpenSRF | 
-| Building development images on Ubuntu. | | 1hr | Dyrcona | If anyone is interested, I can show them what I do to make development VMs and install evergreen. | 
-| Write example unit tests, structured in a way that enables them to participate in a test framework. | | The whole day | schan_yvr | There are three prototypical set of unit tests to write, based on the languages Javascript, Perl, and PL/pgSQL. The unit tests would serve as examples for developers to write their own to accompany their contributing fixes and features. //dbs says// There are existing Perl tests in [[http://git.evergreen-ils.org/?p=Evergreen.git;a=tree;f=Open-ILS/src/perlmods/t|Open-ILS/src/perlmods/t/]], Python unit tests in [[http://git.evergreen-ils.org/?p=OpenSRF.git;a=tree;f=src/python/tests|OpenSRF src/python/tests]], Dojo unit tests in [[http://git.evergreen-ils.org/?p=OpenSRF.git;a=tree;f=src/javascript/tests|OpenSRF src/javascript/tests]], and C tests in [[http://git.evergreen-ils.org/?p=OpenSRF.git;a=tree;f=tests|OpenSRF tests]] that might serve as useful jumping-off points. | 
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-===== Afternoon: hacking for fun and fame (or infamy) ===== 
  
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