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Thad Guidry
@thadguidry
@wetneb Hmm, we can't bump the ODFDOM version we use to 1.0.0-BETA1 until we also move to >= JDK9 ? https://github.com/tdf/odftoolkit#recent-releases
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Antoine Beaubien
@antoine2711
Let's say I want to build a windows version on my Mac, let's say v3.4, what's the command? ./refine windows_dist "$VERSION" ?
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SubhamPramanik
@SubhamPramanik
Hi everyone! I'm Subham Pramanik, final year undergrad from SRM University. I am interested in participating in GSoC'20 for OAuth support for Wikidata extension project.
I know I'm pretty late to start now but hopefully, I will create a few PRs and submit the proposal before the deadline!
I have experience in working with Spring Boot, Apache Camel and Apache Sling frameworks on the Java side. Also familiar with Redis(Jedis) and RabbitMQ. On the JS side, I'm familiar with NodeJS, React and I'm currently working with OpenUI5 in my current organization.
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Nishtha
@Nishtha3512
Hello, i want to work on issue #2306 but know where to get started and where i can get code related to this issue?please help me to out.
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Ekta Mishra
@darecoder1999
Hello @wetneb, Can you please provide a basic idea about how the timeline description should be written in Outreachy final proposal?
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Aakankasha Sharma
@aakankasha028
Hi everyone! I am Aakankasha Sharma, final year undergrad from PEC (India). I am interested inworking on "Create project from SPARQL query". I need some guidance for writing the proposal (as in, how shall I get started about it)
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leoshrey
@leoshrey
Hi, I want to fix the issue #1027 , please help me locating the code for the same so that I can work on the issue
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leoshrey
@leoshrey
I have raised a PR for a "good first issue" OpenRefine/OpenRefine#2506
Aakankasha Sharma
@aakankasha028
For gsoc, is submitting the final proposal the final step?
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Antonin Delpeuch
@wetneb
24 hours? I thought the deadline was in 20 minutes, no?
Tom Morris
@tfmorris
Yes, my bad!
Antonin Delpeuch
@wetneb
Thanks a lot to everyone who applied! We are glad to see so much enthusiasm and great ideas to improve OpenRefine. As we are participating to GSoC for the first time, and given the few mentors we have available, we expect to have one or two interns this year (three looks unlikely).
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Thad Guidry
@thadguidry
Nicely done Documentation generator for APIs ! Slate
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Check out ArchivesSpace's API docs running Slate
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Ekta Mishra
@darecoder1999
Is OpenRefine applying for Google Season of Documentation? https://developers.google.com/season-of-docs/
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Ekta Mishra
@darecoder1999
@/all Thank you for selecting me as Outreachy intern and keeping trust in me. I'll always strive to give my best for this organization.
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Antonin Delpeuch
@wetneb
awesome that you got the news! (Outreachy's website is down for me at the moment). Really excited to have you on board :)
Yasser Mohammed
@Neroli-realy
@wetneb is this means all who got accepted are notified?
Thad Guidry
@thadguidry
GSoC Project decisions are being finalized. Google will be update the website today and sending out emails. All Students should know by end of today. Check your emails! ;-) Best of luck!
Yasser Mohammed
@Neroli-realy
@thadguidry thanks for the reply
Lisa Chandra
@lisa761
@/all Thank you everyone for selecting me! I am really excited for this project and hope to meet all your expectations :)
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Lu Liu
@afkbrb
@/all Thanks for accepting my application, very appreciated! I believe it will be a meaningful summer.
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Ekta Mishra
@darecoder1999

Hey everyone,
I just published an article on medium sharing my experience about Outreachy selection process till now.

I hope it will be a good read, any feedback is highly appreciated.

https://medium.com/@Darecoder/how-i-got-selected-as-an-outreachy-intern-b0c378a66bed

Thank you. 🖤🖤

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Tom Morris
@tfmorris
Of course congratulations go to our three new interns, but I'd also like to recognize all the students who applied to both programs and who have been contributing to OpenRefine over the past months. It's always an incredibly competitive process with many more high quality applications than available slots. If you weren't successful this year, please try again next year. We'd also love to have contribute as you have time available as well. We're still available to review pull requests, provide guidance, etc. Stay safe!
Owen Stephens
@ostephens
+1 @tfmorris
Ekta Mishra
@darecoder1999
Does anyone here use the IntelliJ idea for development purposes in OpenRefine? I need some help regarding that. Any help would be highly appreciated. Thank you. :)
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Ekta Mishra
@darecoder1999
If we are doing reconciliation of a dataset and getting matches of different groups of rows by doing reconciliation in different ways (like adding including removing different properties). Is there any way to have both types of matches in a single go reconciliation. Please help. Thanks.
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Gagan Deep
@pandafy
Good day everyone! How is everyone doing today? :smile:
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Ekta Mishra
@darecoder1999
Can anyone please help me to find the reason why the tests are failing in OpenRefine/OpenRefine#2641. Travis CI logs point to the Test class I haven't made any change in. Neither I made any change to any class using that Test class. Any help will be highly appreciated. Thanks :)
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Ekta Mishra
@darecoder1999

I have just published an introductory blog on Open-Source software OpenRefine to provide an overview of the software and its applications. Hope it will be a good read for beginners and newcomers in the community.
Thank you 🖤

https://medium.com/@darecoder/openrefine-the-power-tool-fae34c001d41

Thad Guidry
@thadguidry
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Hmm, we should take advantage of Pinned Issues. We can have up to 3 issues pinned that show at the top of our issues. A great way to highlight "we need some help here" or those issues that are very important to the project or that we would like more feedback on for clarity from the community.

And I think our Devs themselves should decide which 3 issues get that attention.
Thoughts?

Lisa Chandra
@lisa761
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Hi everyone! I had a question about the project. For XML/JSON type files, the column groups at the top are different. So when scrolling down, would you prefer to be able to see all three rows (as can be seen in the first picture) or just the last one with column names (like in the second picture)?
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Lisa Chandra
@lisa761

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Here is a gif for the second option.

Lisa Chandra
@lisa761
Hey everyone, I set up a Blog to keep track of all the weekly updates regarding the project: https://lisa761.github.io/categories/gsoc/ This explains some of the code and ideas. It would be updated every Sunday. So you could read this to keep up with flow of work.
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Chetan Verma
@chetan-v
Hello
I am newbie and I want to contribute in your org
I know JavaScript , java
Ekta Mishra
@darecoder1999
Hello @chetan-v, Welcome to the community.
you can explore some good 1st issues here https://github.com/OpenRefine/OpenRefine/issues?q=is%3Aopen+is%3Aissue+label%3A%22good+first+issue%22 for starting your 1st contribution.
Chetan Verma
@chetan-v
@darecoder1999 ok I will try
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Ekta Mishra
@darecoder1999
@chetan-v what you can do, you can give some time to the project, set up it properly, be a comfortable user of it, go through the tutorials and explore the codebase a bit. It will make your life easier while contributions.
ritikavar
@ritikavar
Hey i am newbie i want to contribute from where i can start i have knowledge of ml, c++.
Ekta Mishra
@darecoder1999
Hello Ritika, Welcome to the Organization.
Our project is based on Java & JavaScript mainly but if you really want to contribute to the project it won't be hard to understand the codebase and contribute to it, you can learn the tech stacks while contributing too.
It will be good to go through these docs 1st: https://github.com/OpenRefine/OpenRefine/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md
And once you are able to successfully set up the project, started using it and understand a bit of codebase, explore some good first issues: https://github.com/OpenRefine/OpenRefine/issues?q=is%3Aopen+is%3Aissue+label%3A%22good+first+issue%22
ritikavar
@ritikavar
Okk i will try
ritikavar
@ritikavar