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dev:hackfest:eg2013 [2013/04/09 15:09]
dbs [Morning: Install fest / intro to devs]
dev:hackfest:eg2013 [2013/04/09 15:11] (current)
dbs [Afternoon: hacking for fun and fame (or infamy)]
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 | 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 | | | 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, wolf29 | | | More Sample data (like concerto, etc.) for testing | [[https://​bugs.launchpad.net/​evergreen/​+bug/​1155771|E.g. lp1155771]] | 2hr | berick, wolf29 | |
-| Improving auth security / bcrypt / etc | | 2hr | berick | More like planning than development,​ but maybe.. |+| Improving auth security / bcrypt / etc | | 2hr | berick, dbs | More like planning than development,​ but maybe.. |
 | Looking at the sql behind reports | | 1 hr | wolf29 | I want to know how to develop and share report templates from the database side | | Looking at the sql behind reports | | 1 hr | wolf29 | I want to know how to develop and share report templates from the database side |
 | Put nose to grindstone and push out some pgTap tests | | 2hr | gmcharlt | | | Put nose to grindstone and push out some pgTap tests | | 2hr | gmcharlt | |
 | Moving attributes out of hstore into relational tables | | 2 hr | ktomita |  | | Moving attributes out of hstore into relational tables | | 2 hr | ktomita |  |
  
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