+1 gratz. All the suggestions sound worthwhile though tests for the
current app might not be the highest priority since some of it should be
rewritten. In any case if you need any help understanding the current
code base / integrating things in just shout out.
On 04/22/2014 03:26 AM, Vít Ondruch wrote:
Your project have been accepted for GSoC. Congrats!
Dne 17.4.2014 15:41, Achilleas Pipinellis napsal(a):
> Hey guys!
> I meant to send this mail some time ago, but somehow stuck in my drafts
> folder :\
> I guess most of you know http://isitfedoraruby.com
more or less.
> I had a conversation with Mo and Vit about this app and how we
> could add some new features to make it more appealing and handy to
> packagers. Below are some of my thoughts of enhancement, any feedback is
> - Write tests: Not exactly an app feature, but it should help in future
> - Gemfile tool : Currently it does't have a handy output. I'd like to
> see the versions in a table format and be able to extract more data,
> like json files.
> - Dependency checker: Currently we can see the dependencies of a gem 
> in a format not very representational IMO. I had in mind making it look
> like more or less with gemlou.pe .
> - Package Status: Be it a gem or an app, it would be cool to have
> something to show about their packaging progress. Debian gitlab
> packagers, have set up a simple static page  showing the progress of
> its packaging. It is really cool and it comes close to what I have in
> mind :)
> - UI/UX fixes: I have found some glitches that I would like to work on,
> such as make optimizations on UI for small screens, etc.
> - Many other stuff...
> Also, I proposed this idea as a GSoC project . If it gets chosen I'll
> work on it full throttle :p
> If not I'll be working on my free time :) Either way I think we could
> make good use of these changes!
>  http://www.isitfedoraruby.com/stats/gemfile_tool
>  http://www.isitfedoraruby.com/fedorarpms/rubygem-Ascii85/full_deps
>  https://www.gemlou.pe/loupes/devise/versions/2.2.3
>  http://people.debian.org/~praveen/diasbar/
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