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ATX2012 Technology

Page history last edited by BishopZ 8 years, 3 months ago

Important:  This is a "bring your own laptop" events. 

Please write for help if you need a loaner!

 

 

 

Our development environments will consist of the following components:

 

PBwiki:

We will use this PBwiki site for project coordination.  PBwiki is a free service (with the option to pay for additional features), so project teams are free to migrate to their own standalone PBwiki as well (but please include a link from our Projects page!)

 

Google Group:

http://groups.google.com/group/code12

 

GitHub organization:

https://github.com/code12atx

 

All of the following may possibly be out of date or not applicable:

 

Google Code:

We will be using Google Code for source control (Subversion), issue tracking, and web/email discussions (via Google Groups).  

 

Each codeathon project should be housed under a separate project in Google Code.  Google Code projects can be created by anyone and they are available instantly; there is no approval process.

 

Subversion Client Links

 

Test environments:

Test Environment Reservations

 

We will provide a locally-hosted machine with Apache, Rails, Plone, and Drupal test environments during the codeathon.  The test environments will be run on a local server for disaster mitigation purposes. 

 

After the codeathon, we will host similar events for LoTV-related projects on a datacenter-hosted LoTV server.  We are investigating the usage of virtual machines to host the test environments.

 

There has been talk of hosting the test environments on virtual machines to facilitate isolation, portability, test repeatability, and disaster recovery.  We're short on time and expertise to implement this, but if you would like to help out please let us know!

 

IRC:

server:

channel:

 

Build farms and automation:

None initially -- local builds on developer machines only.

 

 

 

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