Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Vilma sprint

I started a one-man sprint for Vilma and worked on the following tickets:

Side effects:

Release in weleup

I did a release in weleup, mainly because of #1742.

Had to migrate their database because of at least one new field cv.Experience.duration_text.

#1742 is fixed. OK.

Investigations for :ticket:`` (keine Systemnotiz nach RefreusClient)

201704-11 21:52:36 INFO actions : 20170411 u’Luc Saffre hat MUSTERFRAU Marthxe0 (200007) als <b>Abgelehnt</b> klassiert.’ ‘xd6SHZ ist nicht zustxe4ndig ntt’

>>> from lino import startup
>>> startup('lino_welfare.projects.eupen.settings.demo')
>>> from django.utils import translation
>>> from builtins import str
>>> from lino.api.shell import *
>>> reason = pcsw.RefusalReasons.get_by_value('20')
>>> translation.activate('de')
>>> print reason
ÖSHZ ist nicht zuständig

A hyggelig team

Great! While I was sleeping and without a precise instruction, Tonis did exactly what I most wanted to be done now: repair the test suites. Tubli poiss! That’s the kind of things which indicate to me that we are a good hyggelig family.

Oh, I see that this one contains some useless work because I committed #1746 a bit too quickly. After my second commit for this ticket it is failing again and you must partly undo these changes. Sorry, Tonis. Yes I should start working in my own development branch. #1753

NB: In this article I read some time ago some interesting characteristics of a hyggelig family (formulated by Jessica Alexander):

  • Be honest and upright. Don’t try to be somebody else.
  • Discuss whenever necessary, but keep cool and don’t
  • Act as a team. Everybody does his part, even without being asked.

Isn’t it funny to see how much these apply