[openstack-dev] [StoryBoard] Thanks for the bugsquash, plus a new-things roundup
zara.zaimeche at codethink.co.uk
Tue Jul 5 16:50:26 UTC 2016
A big thank you to everyone who came and helped out in the spectacular*
StoryBoard bug squash! We look forward to the next. :) Here are some
hilights from the last couple of weeks:
* BEAUTIFUL NEW COMMENTS AND EVENTS TIMELINE
It's so beautiful, it requires all-caps. SotK has transformed the
barebones events timeline into an elegant swan. Well, that's a weird
mixed metaphor, but it *is* lovely! Furthermore, this magnificent
gentleman has removed pagination so that comments are no longer lost on
the second page of the results, and has made it possible to link
comments directly. Extra thanks to ttx for fixing some of the css during
the bugsquash! :) Here's an example:
There is a WIP patch in review for editing one's own comments, for
anyone interested in trying it out and giving feedback:
* Email threading
The kindly pedroalvarez has worked some magic on the emails StoryBoard
sends, so that they are threaded according to story. It should now be
easier to see what an email refers to at a glance.
* API Docs example commands
anteaya has made it easier for people to interact with StoryBoard via
the API with these examples. This should be good news for anyone who
wants to use scripts with StoryBoard. You can see them here:
* Gerrit integration for storyboard-dev
Review-dev can now post comments on storyboard-dev (our test instance)!
Thanks so much, zaro! You can see an example patch here:
* Tags search upgraded
Tags search now suggests existing tags! This should making
searching-by-tag much easier.
I hope to build on this to change task-statuses in the next couple of weeks.
It's been a pretty busy time... which is why I'm over a week late with
this email \o/. Anyway, yes, thanks again to everyone who helped out. If
you'd like to get involved in the project, we're always available in
#storyboard on freenode; the project is a mix of python and angularjs.
We have a worklist of stories that contain easy tasks here:
https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/worklist/76 , so you can see if
anything takes your interest, then it's best to ask in the channel for
the specifics. :)
Hope to see you there! If I've missed anything, please let me know.
*I haven't personally written any interesting patches of late, so I am
allowed to call it 'spectacular'. :)
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