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Re: [GNUnet-developers] [Event-Mumble] Sunday 7th July, 8PM, on mumble gnunet.org
Sun, 7 Jul 2019 22:10:53 +0200
Nice, thanks a lot for this. :)
On Sun, Jul 07, 2019 at 21:39:23 +0200, sva wrote:
> This happened today :)
> Glad to have seen some new "faces", happy to see you again next time!
> On 7/4/19 1:53 AM, sva wrote:
> > monthly get-together
> > at 8pm Central European time, at the following dates:
> > 7th of July
> > 8th of August
> > 9th of September
> > 10th of October
> > 11th of November
> > 12th of December
> > ...and so on>> I've tried to collect all the upcoming (planned) events here:
> > https://md.darmstadt.ccc.de/gnunet-events
> > For the mumble meets we started a pad:
> > https://pep.pad.foebud.org/GNUnet-jour-fixe
> > Please add your points there anytime during discussion or whenever else
> > you have the feeling there is anything that would be good to talk about!
> There are the notes from todays meet, and pasted below,
> Notes: (also in the pad https://pep.pad.foebud.org/GNUnet-jour-fixe )
> start: 20:15
> * report from the hackweek
> * see https://md.darmstadt.ccc.de/gnunet
> * status-update of the planned events / meets / get-togethers
> * see https://md.darmstadt.ccc.de/gnunet-events
> * how to make a public invitation for August-meet and Datenspuren?
> * blogpost, twitter, info-ML?
> * sva does that
> * Anything else?
> * reddit?
> * status-update on the general documentation efforts
> * see https://md.darmstadt.ccc.de/gnunet-doc
> * continuing going through Olie's worklog (see here:
> * maybe moving over the c-totorial there
> * making multiple chapters instead of one huuuge page?
> * its overwhelming on first contact
> * we discussed this and we already starting walking a way fith
> /use.html and /install.html
> * changing the layout to have it like docs.taler.net
> * status-update on the "how to use GNUnet" documentation
> * see https://gnunet.org/en/use.html
> * dht section?
> * https://gitlab.com/dpwiz/gnunet/merge_requests/1/diffs
> * setup a webserver to text if the vpn service worked well - and that
> one can try out GNS and VPN to some other webserver
> * re:claim ID also for playing around, setting up webservice & using
> existing webservices:
> * link to reclaim-page (to not have duplicates between different
> docs - https://reclaim-identity.io)
> * status-update on TNG, and how to help it develop more quickly
> * next step ist automated test cases for communicators
> * found bugs in visual exploration, now find bug by testing :)
> * develope a mock transport
> * first test cases should be for the unix domain socket communicator;
> reason: not as complex as the other ones
> * Plans for development of TNG?
> * martin also has plans ;)
> * status-update on website (xrs)
> * Purpose?
> * improve communication
> * support processes like onboarding, development, help/support
> * what has been done?
> * design follows function: implementation of workflows
> * review of texts
> * add subnav on some pages (could be reused)
> * redesign of bib.gnunet.org
> * harmonized color scheme
> * what is still open?
> * contribute-site => rolebased guidance
> * irc logbot => Matrix will solve the problem...
> https://riot.im/app/#/room/#gnunet.org:matrix.org s
> * still open: the merge between IRC and matrix
> * doxygen => now done
> * special forwardings => from pages that might have been linked at
> other places
> * update rss automatically
> * translation to german+spanish => do NOT use /en/ in links! (fixed
> a few today...)
> * could be helpful for translations...
> * deadline for a "stable" version: end of august
> * main languages: spanish, portuguese, german, russian
> * remove stage.gnunet.org from search engines (robot.txt?)
> * put in git under a different name (e.g. robot-gnunet.txt) and
> redirect for webserver => now done
> * form tasked based, temporary teams or roles (xrs)
> * Infrastructure
> * What? Servers, Backup, Restore,
> * Who? florian, lurchi, xrs
> * CI, bringing back CI
> * What? Martins proposal to use github.com; setup build bot?
> automated checks, automated build, supports release process, and tar-balls
> * Who? martin dvn
> * Priority? medium to high
> * When? autumn 2019
> * Website
> * What? See open points above.
> * Who? sva xrs
> * bringing back CI merged above
> * GNUnet 0.11.6 release
> * anything left that should be included?
> * t3ss was working on CADET API changes
> * nothing is open otherwise
> * sva proposes to make a news-post on the events and the release
> * release notes are still TBD - git-log will show what need to be in
> * xrs will have a look at it - martin will also have a look at it
> * Plans for development of TNG merged above
> End: 21:35
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