This version of the app works fine in the browser. But throws up an error during db migrations :/ Still need to fix that.
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This commit is part of the branch 'roles'. It currently has a few errors during db migrations. I added a 'roles' table to the db along with the following additions/changes to the master code:
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Thanks @Danny_B for resolving this!
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Is there a reason why to not name this project "Accuracy-Review"?
That would be perfectly fine as well. It's just that the github repo goes by the name 'wikireview'. I think in this case 'Accuracy-Review' might make more sense.
@Jsalsman , I went over the pages you referenced. I am currently reaching out to people in the Bots division to get a clearer picture of which backlog areas need more attention and how it can be done. I'll notify you when I get their response.
Apr 23 2016
Thanks @Sumit !
Really excited to begin working for WMF :)
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@Jsalsman That's exactly what I was going to ask you. But I thought you perhaps wanted the workflow to be completed first. Beginning with the flagging functionalities will be a great way to continue enhancing them throughout the internship period.
I have made the necessary changes to the schedule.
Mar 10 2016
Do I need to add any more information, because I see this being listed as 'Backlog' on the Outreachy Board.
Feb 28 2016
@Aklapper I understand that the project has been featured. I have been working on it since December and would like to continue if possible. But I also presume that projects have to get approved first. Working on a proposal that is unlikely to be accepted would hinder my chances of working on other projects of my interest.
Feb 18 2016
I was looking around for Python projects. Thanks for the help though.
CirrusSearch seems to be written in PHP. So I'm assuming it is a prerequisite for this project?
This sounds like an interesting project. Can someone elaborate on the skills needed as well as the methodology/tools used? And probably link to a few pages for getting familiar with the code.
Feb 13 2016
I have added the Flesch-Kincaid readability tests for the entire text as well as sentence-by-sentence basis. Code is available here.
Jan 25 2016
The login system for reviewers has been completed. The code is written in Python Flask and uses SQLAlchemy ORM for storing the data. Currently, a reviewer can register and login into the system. The password functionality is fully secure through password hashing. Additional functionalities like confirmation mails, password updating and resetting, etc make the login system more robust and thorough.
Nov 12 2015
I understand the responsibility organizers have towards the program and its mission. As I had conveyed to you earlier, I have decided to go ahead with this project without Outreachy.
Nov 9 2015
I have spoken to the organizers and they are ready to extend the deadline.
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Nov 7 2015
I completed the initial task and got the code up and running. I have detailed the steps in the following wiki associated to the task.