I hope the next time I write a report, I’ll have no twists and adventures to share.
Yay, nothing much “adventurous” happened.
Quick recap: My GSoC project is to package a software called
A little about Loomio:
Loomio is a decision-making software, designed to assist groups with the collaborative decision-making process.
It is a free software web-application, where users can initiate discussions and put up proposals.
In the last 2 weeks, that is, the 3rd and the 4th week, I worked on setting up Loomio-installer and packaged it’s Ruby dependencies simulatenously.
The following dependencies were packaged and uploaded:
The following dependencies have been packaged but are yet to be uploaded:
The following packages were updated and uploaded:
The following dependencies have been fixed for
» ruby-paperclip (took a lot of time to debug :/)
In the following process, I discovered a new option that could be passed to
This was needed for
ruby-aws-partitions as test-suite of
partitions.json, thus the need. Thanks to the man page of
Other than these dependencies, I tried setting up
loomio-installer, the same
diaspora-installer. Just a few things had to be changed.
Though I did the change it needed but I didn’t quite test it yet.
I am still figuring out a way to run the installer, hopefully
gbp should help,
like it normall does.
My other activities in Debian last month:
» Participated in Perl team’s LHF and updated
» Sponsored a couple of packages (DM access).
» Worshipping Visa God to grant visa for DebConf19.
Plans for the next 2 weeks:
» Testing and setting up
» Packaging and completing the last set of Ruby gem dependencies.
» Prepare a list of node packages to be updated and packaged.
I hope the next time I write a report, I’ll have a better update on the installer.
Until next time.
:wq for today.