|author||Michael Drake <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2019-08-06 14:19:06 +0100|
|committer||Michael Drake <email@example.com>||2019-08-06 14:19:06 +0100|
Update statement of work.
1 files changed, 30 insertions, 6 deletions
diff --git a/developer-weekend/aug-2019.mdwn b/developer-weekend/aug-2019.mdwn
index 8e8f41c..1103249 100644
@@ -327,16 +327,40 @@ If at all possible, we'd like to see some of the following addressed before
the next developer weekend…
- * remove 401 login implementations from all frontends
- * implement any appropriate auto fill auth handlers
- * low level cache should own certificate data and persist with all other data
- * Implement "padlock" and repurpose certificate error core windows to be certificate viewing interfaces
+ * Remove 401 login implementations from all frontends
+ * Implement any appropriate auto fill auth handlers
+ * Low level cache should own certificate data and persist with all other data
+ - Shouldn't be pushed down to browser window; browser window should request
+ it from the hlcache handle, which should get it from the llcache.
+ * Implement Site Information (padlock) and repurpose certificate error core
+ windows to be certificate viewing interfaces
+ * Continue styling the generated query pages.
+ * Review TODOs.
* Language support for resources (Vince)
* Listing of compiled-in surfaces (Vince)
+ * Translations for all the SSL messages.
+ - Write the English ones first.
+ * Translations for the auth messages.
+ * Make a mailing list post.
+* Current CI tests (test-site-run)
+ - Three groups:
+ + Tests that only fetch from our infrastructure.
+ + Tests that fetch off third party servers and are fast to run.
+ + Test that fetch from third party servers and long running.
+ - In Jenkins: Group the first two and make them trigger the third one.
+* New tests
+ * Take the 10,000 sites list, split it up into blocks of 20, and run them as
+ independent tests.
+ * Four core VM, which gets 4 Jenkins jobs for running these tests.
+ * Experiment and see how it breaks down. Needs to be weekly (we can tweak it).
+* Text layout
+ - Continue implementing. (Michael)
+* 30 Nov / 1 Dec.
+* Consider extending either side, depending on holidays.