Time definitely flies It looks like it was yesterday that I firstly flew to EU to meet some Fedora guys at the FUDCon in Brno. At that time, September of 2008, I had just finished my GSoC application and lots of ideas were going around our minds (Me and Dimitris Glezos), mainly about what we [...]
Category Archive for 'GSoC'
This week Toshio and Ricky have updated Fedora’s Transifex instance for the major 0.3.1 release until now. That release includes a lot of my work on GSoC 2008 and also some important “background” changes that were include in the 0.3.x releases for the previous TurboGears version of Transifex. The full list of features and bugfixes [...]
Yes baby, my GSoC 2008 application is getting finishing touches! That was a great experience for me. I have been talking with amazing people over all these months of work and I hope to continue contribute on this nice project called Transifex. The Localization is the first point for people be able to get a [...]
We’ve been migrating Transifex to use SQLAlchemy, Genshi with i18n support and ToscaWidgets on TG1.0. All seems to work fine until now. That was a part of my GSoC application. However, continuing implementing new features for Transifex on TG1.0 is not trivial. Specially as we are not using default components like SQLObject, kid template and [...]
Last week I wrote some test cases for the new features added in Transifex. I was not used to write them, so I’ve had some challenges to win. After see some Dimitris’s test cases I could figure out how it work. Then, I’ve started to write my own test cases. Test cases are simple to [...]