IETF82 Code Sprint
The IETF 82 Code Sprint in Taipei will focus on enhancements to the current tracker, and on starting to use parts of the new database scheme. The Sprint will be run in the same way as the successful IETF77Sprint and IETF78Sprint where we completed and released a good number of individual enhancements.
If you plan to participate, please sign up on the IETF82SprintSignUp page.
This sprint will take place from 9:30 to 18:00 in room <<tbd>>. The coding will end 18:00 on the dot, with dinner and follow-up afterwards.
We have the mailing list "email@example.com" to help with coordination and for use during the event. Please make sure you're subscribed before the event starts. More info on the list is available at https://www.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/codesprints.
There is also a jabber room at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the sprint, please update the two tables below; this helps both with coordination and with getting the code merged, released, and deployed :-)
See you in Quebec!
This sprint's plan
- Primary focus: Add new functionality you've wanted to have in the datatracker.
- Secondary: Do test coding against the available tables in the new database model.
Please fill in the following table when you've picked a task for the sprint. It's quite all right to pick and complete multiple tasks :-)
|Who||Short Description||Link to EnhancementIdeas item|
Completed code ready for merge and release
Please fill in the following table when you have something which is ready to merge and release, and send a brief message to the sprint's committer to notify him about the new code. Committer for the IETF 82 Sprint is email@example.com.
|RjS||personal/rjs/v3.63@3599||Changed the AD status page to group documents by current state.||Also fixed one .txt file that wasn't turning autoescape off|||
|RjS||personal/rjs/v3.63@3601||Marked ex-ADs with square brackets|||
|Lars||personal/lars/v3.63@3603||Automatically set the recipients of RFC5742 review emails sent by the IESG based on the RFC Stream. Fixes ticket:744.|
|RjS||personal/rjs/v3.63@3612||Set the stream when editing/adding a document||fixes ticket:743|
Wishlist (for this sprint or future sprints)
- A working knowledge of python and/or web design
- Learn the basic concepts of Django 1.1, e.g., work through the excellent tutorial.
- Review the new database schema and models (see http://merlot.tools.ietf.org/src/db/new/redesign)
- Bring a laptop with Python (2.5/2.6), Subversion and Mysql (4.x is ok, 5.x is better) installed, and be ready to check out a branch of the IETF web site from the tools svn server.