On 14 Jul 2011, at 17:57, Stéphane Ducasse wrote:
On Jul 14, 2011, at 1:09 PM, Tudor Girba wrote:
> Hi Stef,
> The first task should be to get Glamour up and running on Seaside. Currently, there
is a problem most likely induced by the changes in Announcements. We need some focused
work on this.
what is the exact problem?
Why announcements changed something?
I suspect it has to do with the forking or something like that. As if we are in another
process. But, I have no precise idea.
> Andrei, the original author, does not have much time (he has a job now :)), so we
need to get other people to look into this. Andre, Cyrille, do you have time?
We should check that because this is important that glamour works on the web.
Now doru what do you think about the idea to have application loaded in Moose and
available on the web
Of course. This was the idea all along, wasn't it? :)
> On 14 Jul 2011, at 13:02, Stéphane Ducasse wrote:
>> Hi guys
>> I would like your input and (also help) for the following.
>> I would like to have a web servers with some selected case studies for a show
room on internet
>> We should have it for December. Now I think that we should join forces.
>> I think that we could take
>> We take one or two projects:
>> We could have an apache rewrite rule to dispatch to the right image
>> We create two specific images that contain models
>> for argoUML multiple versions
>> for papyrus a model with a limited amount of entities
>> for Moose itself/seaside so that we get testcoverage....
>> Then we propose different analysis
>> - metrics
>> - polymetric views
>> - eyeScope
>> - cycle identification
>> - distribution map (may of commits or something)
>> - evolution hierarchy (cf the paper of girba on using Hismo)
>> - reports
>> Usman this should correspond to your ideas of scenario.
>> So let me know what you think. It would be beneficial for the complete community
so we need help.
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