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Evergreen 2013 hackfest ideas

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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 dbs
TPAC hacking basics 1 hour / Morning dbs
TPAC: Allow URLs in marc field 856 to be used lp1133464 ?? paxed Probably should follow the "TPAC hacking basics" bit
Explore retiring 950.data.seed-values.sql for new data. IRC talk 1hr berick
More Sample data (like concerto, etc.) for testing 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.
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