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ngksternhagen
@ngksternhagen
this is a test
my test worked -- greetings to openlab.org participants
ngksternhagen
@ngksternhagen
@michaelb currently the bitbucket repo has no issue tracker enabled -- would you be open to a suggestion that the issue tracker should get set up?
michaelb
@michaelpb
hey @ngksternhagen
yeah that would make sense
i havent touched the main openlab code in a few weeks, but have been steadily improving the related / eventual dependency https://github.com/michaelpb/omnic/
ngksternhagen
@ngksternhagen
cool, thanks. This gitter service isn't so bad. Configuring 3rd party client is much easier than with plaid chat service
michaelb
@michaelpb
yeah, its going to be released under MIT also any moment now
gitter that is
ngksternhagen
@ngksternhagen
I heard about that
michaelb
@michaelpb
public issue tracker enabled
ngksternhagen
@ngksternhagen
thank you, issues incoming before long
michaelb
@michaelpb
awesome, the README should generally be correct for getting stuff running
ngksternhagen
@ngksternhagen
docker-compose up complains of the absence of .env file. Is it possible to use env.example as my .env file?
michaelb
@michaelpb

@ngksternhagen i think so! all the docker stuff came with the cookiecutter template i used to restart the project: https://github.com/pydanny/cookiecutter-django

i haven't had a chance to actually try it out, but probably(-ish) should be pretty reasonable

michaelb
@michaelpb
btw, the docker compose files there are probably overkill
i think they include things that openlab doesn't need any more
since omnic is coming along nicely there is no need for celery or rabbitmq
or worker nodes or anything
ngksternhagen
@ngksternhagen
The docker-compose stuff didn't work for me. I filed an issue and then closed it since the problem was actually caused by user error.
proceeding to familiarize myself with the project sans Docker.
michaelb
@michaelpb
@ngksternhagen oh cool...... yeah i have actually not tried using those docker files, they just came with the cookiecutter template.... they "should" work, but likely need a lot of tweaking
Viktor Smári
@viktorsmari
Hi everybody!
Viktor Smári
@viktorsmari
I work as a software developer at Fablab Barcelona with @Jonathan-Minchin and I would like to help move this project forward!
In order to get more people involved, should we mirror the code on Github?
michaelb
@michaelpb

hey @viktorsmari -- Cool, i'd love to help you get going with this then! I won't have much time for direct development on Open Lab itself, but I am planning on diving into OmniC soon again (which we can discuss what that is). That said I would be very happy to provide the resources + planning neccessary for others such as yourself to get this rolling again.

Why don't we schedule a call? Are there any time slots here that would work: https://calendly.com/kickstartcoding/admissions/ ?

(and i have no strong preference for github vs not)
Viktor Smári
@viktorsmari
Cool! I don't think I will be spending that much time on this, I just wanna help when I can, and feel like it.
The repo has been duplicated to Github as well: https://github.com/openlab-org/openlab.org
I asked @Jonathan-Minchin to create issues and maybe write down his vision for the project, so contributors could know where to start.
I personally would like to see the Dockerization complete, so getting the project up and running would be easy as docker-compose up- I know Docker well, but Django not so much
At fablab we use Docker for almost everything, and we use docker-compose in production with good results