Hand-o-matic activity

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Hand-o-matic activity

Postby laird » Fri Feb 13, 2015 5:17 am

Jon asked how we're doing as a project, because his sense is that we've created a rich and unique application that does a lot for an open source project.

To answer that, we can look at the GitHub activity graphs for our repositories.

We have two main repositories for Hand-o-matic:
- https://github.com/e-nable/Service-Station is the web interface and services
- https://github.com/e-nable/Assembler is the OpenSCAD and STL files

GitHub has a very informative Graphs tool that lets you visualize the project in a variety of ways. For example, you can see how much code is getting committed by which developers:

Front End:
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Back End:
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You can also view the branching and merging, such as:
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So there's a lot going on! The number of developers and commits is impressive! And, if I say so myself, the application isn't bad, either!
- Laird Popkin

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Re: Hand-o-matic activity

Postby jonschull » Mon Feb 16, 2015 9:06 pm

Love this!

Who is "StackThatCode"?
Founder of e-NABLE
President Enable Community Foundation
Research Scientist in MAGIC (RIT's Center for Media Arts Games Interation and Creativity)
I often tell the e-NABLE Story:
https://www.youtube.com/embed/F3zmPqdz99g

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Re: Hand-o-matic activity

Postby rortizze » Thu Feb 19, 2015 7:49 pm

jonschull wrote:Who is "StackThatCode"?


That would be Aleks.

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Re: Hand-o-matic activity

Postby LesHall » Sun Feb 22, 2015 7:05 am

FWiW, my activity last week was two late night sessions of about three hours each coding up the refactoring. gotta get a kick int the grass to repeat that performance this week and the job should be done! (Or at least Phase one, the originally envisioned job - we figured out more cool stuff to do on this topic, me and Laird, so things will get really well structured). (namely parts will know how to draw themselves).

Les

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Re: Hand-o-matic activity

Postby laird » Tue Mar 03, 2015 6:55 pm

Excellent.

Apologies for disappearing, guys, but I'm about to start a new job so I'm pushing to wrap up a bunch of work and hand it off.
- Laird Popkin

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Re: Hand-o-matic activity

Postby LesHall » Wed Mar 18, 2015 4:35 am

HI it's Les, just wanted to mention that I've gotten out of the habit of being involved with e-Nable due to distractions and now I am getting back into it!

Les

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Re: Hand-o-matic activity

Postby LesHall » Wed Mar 18, 2015 4:40 am

this is a test message, testing a forum feature.

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Re: Hand-o-matic activity

Postby laird » Wed Mar 18, 2015 11:45 am

Hi, Les!
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Re: Hand-o-matic activity

Postby LesHall » Thu Mar 19, 2015 4:50 am

lol, Laird I have been trying to contact you, buzzy bee you are these days! please contact me at your convenience! lol

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