On 09/19/2016 02:42 AM, Brian Exelbierd wrote:
> I believe a weekly series on either the CommBlog or the Magazine that
> consisted of a quick report from every subproject and a list of things
> they are working on and would like to get some more help with would be
> I am thinking about the kinds of projects that languish because the
> contributors in a subproject are all busy but which could be worked on
> by others. Many times these projects are not "newbie" level and require
> advanced knowledge of the project overall. Other contributors in other
> areas might be interested and this would encourage cross-pollination.
I think a recurring series for something like this is a great idea to
help bring more heat and light to some of the teams in Fedora that could
use some more hands. It sounds great, but I foresee the train falling
off the tracks by leaving it to a single person to maintain.
However, I think I know a way we could automate this. In MeetBot, there
is a #help command that is supposed to be used for making "calls for
help" to something. This messages are always displayed in
#fedora-commops. Additionally, the Hubs team is working on a widget that
relays them and essentially pretties them up with a link to the person's
profile in Hubs that issued the #help notification, so someone could
follow up with that person and ask about how they could help.
Even though I think Hubs would **greatly** help with solving the
original problem brought up by this thread, I do think it would be nice
to have some sort of automated way to post this data to a CommBlog post
(just some sort of exportable HTML that could be embedded into WordPress
would make it easy). I wonder if the widget could have some sort of way
to export to HTML to accomplish this task?
I've CC'd the Hubs development mailing list here for some more
discussion or ways that we could build an automated solution for this.
Justin W. Flory
Hope you guys had a great weekend.
Am travelling to Bangalore and will be landing
at around 14.30 UTC tonight.
I won't be able to attend the meeting today.
1.Comm Blog post to be out this week,
2.Almost finished Fedora Magazine Post,
3.Working on bookmarks bar, had a few more glitches before setting it up
on the heuristics now.
4.Submitted hubs workshop abstract for Fudcon APAC.
See you guys on the channel :)
Hope you guys are doing great :)
I would have asked on the channel but freenode is down I guess.
I need to update the community blog post with new screenshots.
I did a fresh installation and the issue persists, also Kanika(a2batic)
is facing the same issue in her hub-page.
Sayan, it would be great if you can look into it. I don't think am the
only one facing this UI issue, where the hub-user avatars is being
by the vertical bookmark bar.
Else, if you are not facing this issue then, I would request you to send
me a screenshot of: a user-hub page and a group-hub page for the
Comm blog post. Looking forward to your reply. :)
P.S: Sorry guys for bothering you folks on a friday evening !
From the meeting 2 weeks ago I had the action items to update tickets #63 and #98. I have all of that work completed, so these tickets now have updated mockups ready for review and development if volunteer devs are looking for something to work on:
Current status in release cycle widget
#halp/help widget: Default in the CommOps Hub
FWIW, #98 is the higher-priority one as it's aligned to one of our milestone goals of setting up a CommOps hub.