[Grok-dev] Grok Sprint
nnieto at noenieto.com
Fri Aug 25 19:54:18 CEST 2017
So I downloaded grok.project and made it run on python 3, except for a
function coming from PasteScript. I could send a PR on github if someone
has not done this job already.
I tried to load http://grok.zope.org and it's dead. There used to be a
Plone site there wit the official documentation. That can be exported to
sphinx and published through readthedocs.org.
I can write documentation for Grok. But I remember that documentation for
Grok was fairly decent. There's also Carlos' book for Grok 1.0. So we don't
start from scratch.
2017-08-23 23:08 GMT-07:00 Christopher Lozinski <lozinski at freerecruiting.com
> Thank you for volunteering.
> I had a bit of time to think about what project you might enjoy.
> And of course that is the first rule of open source software, you should
> work on what you enjoy.
> Unlike a job. ;-)
> So tell us what interests you and we will see what we can recommend.
> In the meantime, I have some ideas. testing out grok.project is a good
> start. Whenever I approach an open source project, I find the best thing
> to do is to write documentation. I read the code, maybe I do not quite
> understand it, so I write what I understood. If I get it right, perfect.
> If I get it wrong, the senior developers are always keen to correct it.
> Either way, my understanding of the software increases.
> Some people like to write docs, some do not. It all depends on you. Paul
> is wonderful, both a good software developer, and good at docs. You might
> want to start by reviewing the grok tutorial he wrote..
> You can find the link here:
> Look for “Grok tutorial"
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