Subject: Re: [NYCGA Internet] NYCGA 2.0 Daily Status Email - October 17
From: Nick Perez
Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2011 13:29:17 -0400
To: internet_working_group@googlegroups.com

I had been FTPing.. I knew people were looking into git, but wasn't aware that everyone had switched over to using it. That's awesome news. Forked & will send a pull request when finished with a few things

On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 12:51 PM, Tom Gillis <thomaswgillis@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Nick -
Are you working from the code repo on github or FTP-ing changes to
ga.loudfeed.org?  If you're FTPing you should fork the repo on github,
add your changes, and send a pull request back to FLOSolutions.
Thanks.

On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 12:48 PM, Nick Perez <nickjperez@gmail.com> wrote:
> I missed yesterday's meeting, so I should probably introduce myself to
> anyone who doesn't know me yet-
> I'm Nick. I've been staying in Zuccotti on-and-off for just over a week.  I
> made the status & contact tab plugins for group profiles.
> I've been a little busy/inactive for the past few days - it's been hard to
> find wi-fi and power around the park.. so I'm back home in NJ to work, and
> gather supplies for my next stay.
> Today I plan on pushing an update to the tab plugins. Changes:
> - When saving changes, it will check to see which field values have been
> changed, and will only save those.
> - Changing tab data will push an update to the activity feed (ex. "Nick
> updated the status for the Internet group").
> - Fixed the slug for each tab ("statustab" changes to "status", "contacttab"
> changes to "contact")
> After this update, I'm going to work on a tiny update that properly links
> Twitter usernames listed in the contact tab.
>
> On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 12:32 PM, Tom Gillis <thomaswgillis@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>>
>> Hi - I'm sending this to everyone who I've spoken to about setting up
>> the new nycga.cc site.  I'd like to run this email like a Scrum daily
>> stand-up meeting: we all go around the circle and briefly state what
>> we're working on (if anything), what our goal is for the day, and what
>> we lack to accomplish that goal.
>>
>> I have set up code for nycga.cc on github.  Working on setting up a
>> local dev site today.  Jessica's Events code is merged into main repo.
>>  I'm assuming this means the site is "ready" to go.  Jessica and Jake
>> should check that they have
>>
>> Need: (from Ron) an sql dump of the database (not direct copy of the
>> db)  - I posted instructions on basecamp.
>>
>> Need: (from IT Team (joshua / ted) ) - ability to create some extra
>> virtual servers on Panix.  WP is a CPU hog and the database,
>> application, content cache, and datbase should be on separate boxes.
>>
>> Am I correct that Drew or Jake control DNS for the nycga.cc /
>> nycga.net domain names - those will need repointing tomorrow night.
>>
>> Goal: working dev site today, and installation package for other devs
>> to work locally on code.  working mirror of site on Panix server(s) by
>> mid-day tomorrow, with fully-updated content ready for a Tuesday night
>> (if lucky) or Wednesday launch.  I'd like for some ppl from Internet
>> Group to work with me on this tomorrow, after the general meeting.
>
>
>
> --
> Nick Perez
> 908-723-3996
>



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