What are you upto these days? What feature are you working on?
Do you need any help?
@ElenaGjevukaj I just saw that you crated 2 issues on redmine. I have few suggestions which can make the issues more informative and better in order for anyone to understand it irrespective of the technologies.
Blog Creation - I guess this will be your personal blog, right? You don't have to create an issue regarding the blog. Just write a blog and share it on the mail/mailing-list. If you are trying to say that you want to implement blogging feature to the application so that user's can create blogs using your module, you can rename the issue/description to make it more informative IMHO.
About.tmpl - The issue title is not very informative and so the description which confuses me about the work this issue is related to. Issues on redmine should be plain english which should define clearly what it related to irrespective of any technology.
I would suggest you read this in which I've tried to describe the approach to manage the project. You're free to ping anytime with any question you have.
@minkushjain @ElenaGjevukaj If you guys are having any trouble you can ask here. You can always checkout the existing codebase and get started from there. It should not take more than 2 days to implement a feature.
@realslimshanky People work at their own pace, while I understand you're concerned about the project however it's good to maintain a healthy environment here, don't rush others, they are well aware of the features they are assigned. Sometimes it takes more time than estimated and sometimes less. :)
@minkushjain Could you provide an update as well? If there is something which is even finished partially let us know that. :)
i wanted to know that for creating test files
-- create a file with test_*.py , import libraries , functions
-- for each function used in .py , i have to create a test_function and then define its assert method in it?
like for mail_subscribe, how should i use the assert statements?