2020-02-03: Development Meeting

Kacper, Mike H, Tim, Mike L, Craig, Elias, Tommy

Agenda

  • Updates

Updates

  • Kacper
    • tagged and deployed v0.9rc1
    • minor updates to virtural_resources
  • Tim
    • Got some examples working with ReproZip.
    • Extracting provenance from the ReproZip trace and exporting as Prolog facts.
    • Used inode numbers for files accessed during a run to uniquely identify files and directories, and to robustly determine when a path is to a subdirectory of the working directory.
    • Will need to use knowledge of what directories will not and definitely will contain research-related files.
    • Aiming to make a tool that is useful outside of the Whole Tale environment; in particular would like to use for SKOPE workflows that are not a good fit for Whole Tale.
  • Craig
    • SOMOSPIE tale
      • repo2docker composability is broken
      • PR to default to RBuildPack
    • CSSI slide and poster
    • Need to drop/restore DB (lazy)
    • v0.9rc1 testing
      • Hardcoded local URL https://github.com/whole-tale/dashboard/blob/master/app/controllers/settings.js
  • Mike L
    • Mostly distracted by industry project last week
    • Angular - fixed a slew of minor issues (needs commits)
      • UI wasn’t updating in some cases when underlying data had changed (e.g. creators on Tale Catalog, user in header, etc)
      • Fixed page titles
      • Handle “no accounts configured” case in settings
      • Fixed displaying publish link after successful publishing job
      • Run > Metadata - implement License dropdown
      • Fixed dropdown styling on Run > Metadata
      • Show “Tale saved” notification on successful save
  • Mike H *
  • Elias
    • No updates (Working on approaching hard deadline at TACC)
    • Going to start testing v0.9rc1
  • Tommy
    • PR to girder_wholetale for recognizing DataONE URLS with ****/view/identifier girder_wholetale#384
    • A few more additions to docs (now merged)
    • Need to start with RC1 tests
    • Double check screenshots in user docs
    • Matt is doing Arctic Data Center training today/this week. May join in for a sessions about reproducibility