Difference between revisions of "Icebreaker::Worklog"

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Planning on committing the project to svn this afternoon after I get a few things written in there, just so I can get SOMETHING in svn because I feel like a slacker.<br>
 
Planning on committing the project to svn this afternoon after I get a few things written in there, just so I can get SOMETHING in svn because I feel like a slacker.<br>
 
Committed initial project files to svn.<br>
 
Committed initial project files to svn.<br>
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'''June 20-24'''<br>
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Added views to TurboGears app.<br>
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Added sample metadata to database.<br>
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Reading more in ''Rapid Web Applications with Turbogears'' to figure out how to get data from forms and stuff.<br>

Revision as of 16:26, 25 June 2007

Week 1 May 28-June 4
Spent time reading.
Started Wiki, sent mail to Icecast-dev.
Started learning TurboGears.


June 5
Changed MySQLdb to SQLObject in populate.py


June 6
Added genre support to populate.py. Committed populate.py and config.py to svn.


June 7-9
Reading Producing Open Source Software and Rapid Web Applications with TurboGears.
I've had a fever and sinus infection, and been away from the computer a lot.


June 10-13
More reading. Pleased to report that my sinus infection is gone and I am much better.
Started designing database, writing pseudocode to figure out how to switch playlists, etc.


June 14-15
Reading Rapid Web Applications with TurboGears


June 16-17
In Chicago for the Cubs game.
Didn't read much, just at the hotel at night.


June 18
Even more reading in Rapid Web Applications with TurboGears
I'm beginning to realize I repeat myself a lot.


June 19
Finally started working on TurboGears frontend.
Planning on committing the project to svn this afternoon after I get a few things written in there, just so I can get SOMETHING in svn because I feel like a slacker.
Committed initial project files to svn.


June 20-24
Added views to TurboGears app.
Added sample metadata to database.
Reading more in Rapid Web Applications with Turbogears to figure out how to get data from forms and stuff.