DoneJS Contributors Meeting – 2017-01-27

Please add topics for discussion (and your status if you’re a contributor).

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Topic: keeping good standing as a DoneJS core team member

topic: react projects and its maintain like steal-react-jsx see also


  • Roadmap article.
  • can-validate ?

Last Week:

  • Worked on Bitcentive guide
  • Started CanJS Roadmap Presentation
  • Prepared for == exercise for LearnJS

Next Week:

  • LearnJS on Monday
  • Resume Bitcentive Guide

Last Week:

  • can-view-parser@3.0.6 - fixed magic tags inside attributes
  • fixed some issues with SSR in Production in DoneJS 1.0 to prevent duplicate requests
  • finished updates to place-my-order guide for DoneJS 1.0

Next Week:

  • DoneJS 1.0 improvements

Last Week

  • Finishing off updates to donejs-chat and pmo guides.
  • Getting the guides to pass in CI.

Next Week

  • DoneJS 1.0 improvements.

Last Week:

  • Merged system-trace into StealJS core
  • Add support for custom minify functions into steal-tools
  • Working on add support for custom globals into StealJS

Next Week

  • Probably release StealJS with globals support
  • More StealJS stuff :slight_smile:

Last week:

Next week:

Rough meeting notes:

Attendees: @BigAB @bmomberger-bitovi @chasen @daffl @justinbmeyer @matthewp @phillipskevin @pYr0x & Kevin Dillon

Discussed topics:

Keeping good standing as a DoneJS core team member:

  • Proposal: core team members must continually keep the minimum monthly requirements for becoming a core contributor (one contribution and two contributors meetings per month)
  • If a core team member misses a month, that’s ok, they should meet the minimum in the following two months though
  • Failure to meet the minimum requirements will result in the core team member losing their privileges (voting rights, being on the DoneJS site, etc.)
  • No objections from the core team in implementing this

Making steal-react-jsx compatible with steal 1.0:

CanJS Roadmap:

  • Justin’s working on a talk about how we’re executing on principles we’ve learned before the CanJS 3 release