Please add topics for discussion (and your status if you’re a contributor).
- CanJS 3.4 and can-connect/can/merge/merge
- sticky bindings
- DoneJS Chicago
- DoneJS Chicago Meetup
- Bitcentive launch, outline guide
- CanJS 3.4
- Bitcentive rough draft
- Helping can-define-validate-validatejs get released
- monitoring and QAing our OS tools
- What to do with unmaintained projects that are part of our orgs.
- Updating Place My Order app and guide to 1.0
- Fixing issues for DoneJS 1.0
- can-stache 3.0.18
- Updated https://v2.canjs.com/ so examples work again
- More DoneJS 1.0
- Submitted a PR to “Clean up the migration guide & README”: https://github.com/stealjs/stealjs/pull/31
- Submitted a PR to “Add steal-stache plugin configuration instructions to the migration guide”: https://github.com/canjs/canjs/pull/2954
- Submitted a PR: WIP: Add can-model to the Legacy library list
- Reviewed Juan’s PR: https://github.com/canjs/can-validate-validatejs/pull/2#pullrequestreview-16443755
- Reviewed Manuel’s
- Started working on Upcoming Events page not up to date
- Updated donejs-chat to use the latest stuff.
- Working on updating the chat guide to 1.0.
- More DoneJS 1.0 stuff.
Rough meeting notes:
firstNamesetter that changes
- Unsticky (current behavior): the input’s value doesn’t get updated based on the changes made in the
- Sticky (maybe previous
can-valuebehavior?): the input’s value does get updated if changes are made in the
- Waiting to see if any tests break before we discuss it further
- No one came with their own questions, so it turned into a quick start guide talk
- Need to figure out how to create engaging content for regular DoneJS meetups
- Idea: organize remote meetups
Handling unmaintained projects in our open source GitHub organizations:
- Problem: we have various projects that are either old/deprecated or just unmaintained
– Examples: can-rx, steal-react-jsx, & steal-sass
– Deprecated/old projects: put a notice and include links to replacements
– Unmaintained projects: put a notice that says we’re looking for maintainers; include a cute graphic of a turtle looking for a home