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    Mainak Jas
    @jasmainak
    Note that since the specification lives on github, it can still be updated after it's part of the main specification. So there isn't a notion of "final final"
    Eric Larson
    @larsoner
    updating files on osf.io is not difficult, so I'd say just go based on the draft spec and we can .. warning:: or .. note:: somewhere that we're using a draft version and things could change
    Mainak Jas
    @jasmainak
    yeah that's what I was thinking as well
    Eric Larson
    @larsoner
    in the no-final-final case we just say which version we are using
    Mainak Jas
    @jasmainak
    sounds good!
    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff
    sounds good to me as well
    I had a rough day today (had a talk at my institute and also with my supervisor there) so I couldn't do much progress. But this is only a temporary setback that I'll make up for in future days. Note also that next week (starting on Tuesday after I leave OHBM) I will have this summer school that I am organizing (see also my timetable in the proposal)

    Tuesday, 2019-06-04

    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff
    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff

    Wednesday, 2019-06-05

    Mainak Jas
    @jasmainak

    news @jasmainak: https://twitter.com/russpoldrack/status/1136043026717929473

    let's look into this at OHBM when we are bored with speakers ;-)

    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff

    when we are bored with speakers ;-)

    haha, yes tend to get bored by talks relatively quickly (in most cases)

    I'll be there starting on Friday afternoon, leavining Tuesday morning

    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff

    Thursday, 2019-06-06

    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff
    minor question: what does the oct-6 stand for in the forward model somato-meg-oct-6-fwd.fif ... it's also in the /bem folder of freesurfer (so no fif files)?
    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff
    ok, it's something about source space and a recursively subdivided octahedron :thought_balloon:
    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff

    @larsoner --> mne-tools/mne-python#6414 is ready (one unrelated error with test_digitization_constructor)

    to proceed, you could give me the MNE-Python OSF credentials so that I can upload the BIDS version of somato to the OSF of MNE-Python --- then I'd change the hash and version again in the PR, and we can merge it.

    Note: Lauri Parkkonnen has not yet come back to me, so the dataset is still not nicely documented (but it's a lot better already, and all examples still work as usual)

    Eric Larson
    @larsoner
    done, feel free to upload and update the PR
    Mainak Jas
    @jasmainak
    The oct-6 tells you how much decimated the source space is. You start from a dense source space of 20000 points or so and subselect certain points. The number 6 tells you that you have tessellated the octahedron 6 times. You do this when making the source space (setup_source_space). There is a nice table somewhere which tells you what is the spacing for each of the different tessellation schemes but I can't seem to find it.
    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff

    Friday, 2019-06-07

    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff

    Hi @larsoner - I realized that I left you a bit out of the loop, sorry for that: After the last update on Friday I went to OHBM, where I met Mainak and Alex (and some other MNE people :smile: ) ... and then since Tuesday I am very busy at my institute, running a summer school. That will be concluded next Wednesday, which is when I'll be back 100% :-)

    PS: Summer school was part of my original project schedule (see week 3: https://blogs.python-gsoc.org/media/proposals/appelhoff_gsoc2019.pdf )

    I updated my "daily updates" on my GSoC GitHub repo

    however, I will not paste them here for these days ... I'll start with that again next Wednesday, when I can do some proper daily work.

    for now, here is today's blog post with the Python Software Foundation

    Eric Larson
    @larsoner
    sounds good @sappelhoff
    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff

    Thursday, 2019-06-20

    PS: Summer School was a success :-)
    Eric Larson
    @larsoner
    Success is measured by how many people you convinced to use and contribute to MNE-Python :)
    Mainak Jas
    @jasmainak

    gsoc-goals

    • hashtag gsoc-goals
    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff
    hehe, I'll do some follow ups in a few months then ;-)
    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff
    but I am afraid one of them used BESA :monkey:
    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff

    Friday, 2019-06-21

    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff
    PS, here is the blog post for week 4
    Mainak Jas
    @jasmainak
    Great 👍🏽 Looking forward to more progress this week. We are almost midway!
    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff
    Currently I am stuck with fixing the CIs for mne-tools/mne-bids#209 ... i.e., making them accept either "master" or "stable" of the BIDS-validator (depending on setting an environment variable) ...
    image.png
    ... a small impression :-(
    Mainak Jas
    @jasmainak
    it's not straightforward to use master since they use the yarn packaging system?
    Eric Larson
    @larsoner
    you appear to be missing the npm install -g bids-validator step ?
    9.83s$ npm install -g npm stable
    4.16s$ npm install -g node@10.0.0
    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff
    that is what I want to fix
    so the failure at $ bids-validator --version is expected right?
    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff
    npm i -g bids-validator installs it globally ... but via that, I cannot get the master version: only stable
    npm i -g bids-validator works well :-) ... but to get the master, I need to:
    1. clone
    2. cd there and run yarn
    3. add the bin to path
    and I think that's where I get stuck ... because after adding it, I would have to probably restart the shell
    and I can't do that in travis (and neither can I in appveyor, where I have the same issue)
    Eric Larson
    @larsoner
    can you just use npm install git+https://git@github.com/mne-bids/bids-validator.git ?
    (or this with -g?)
    Mainak Jas
    @jasmainak
    I don't think it's possible because of the yarn packaging system in place
    Eric Larson
    @larsoner
    you shouldn't need to restart the shell, PATH modifications shouldn't require it
    Stefan Appelhoff
    @sappelhoff
    I remember trying that a few months ago and it did not work (I think due to what Mainak said above), but I am desperate enough to try again