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Jan Hovancik
@hovancik
:+1:
purva98
@purva98
:+1: ;)
purva98
@purva98
Me and my coach are curious to know, what will the " your stretchly " deliver to the users ?
*the webpage
Jan Hovancik
@hovancik
right now, nothing ;] just testing how much people sign up
purva98
@purva98
ok cool ;]
Martynas Mickevičius
@2m
Hi. After the latest MacOS upgrade I get the following error when trying to start stretchly:
“stretchly” cannot be opened because the developer cannot be verified.
Jan Hovancik
@hovancik
@2m was it not the same before? My app is not signed because it's not cheap...
You need to right click on icon in Apps and click open or sth similar
it will ask you if you trust the app or something similar
I am on Linux so I do not remember
Martynas Mickevičius
@2m
Ahh. Got it. I think it was like this before, but I forgot. :) New MacOS user right here...
Jan Hovancik
@hovancik
:+1:
Megha Pathak
@Megha-Pathak
Hello @hovancik, I am Megha Pathak, looking forward to contribute to Stretchly in RGSoC 2020. Can you please guide me from where and how I can get started?
Jan Hovancik
@hovancik
hi @Megha-Pathak , thanks for your interest ;] I guess the best think to do right now is to make a good Application.
From last years we can be sure that not everyone is accepted as spots are limited so good Application is very important.
do you have couches, yet?
Megha Pathak
@Megha-Pathak
Yes we have our coach.
Jan Hovancik
@hovancik
:+1:
Jan Hovancik
@hovancik
@Megha-Pathak if you have any question regarding the application, let me know ;]
pujithaasre
@pujithaasre
I am pujithaasre paduchuri pursuing 3rd year in Computer Science at K L University,India.I am intersted in doing this stretchly-break reminder
please guide me further
Jan Hovancik
@hovancik
Hi @pujithaasre , as I mentioned previously, the best think to do right now is to have the best possible application for RGSOC, as not everyone is accpeted. Your coaches should help you with that. Please don't forget that Stretchly is more suitable for more experienced developers as the tasks are more complicated
Arushit Mudgal
@armudgal
Hi @hovancik, I am one of the coaches, my team was looking for beginner-oriented issues to start playing with the application, do you have some listed or if you could directly label the issues, that would be great. If not, we will search for an issue no worries
Jan Hovancik
@hovancik
Hi @armudgal , it's kind of difficult to say because I am in the middle of big rewrite
it's UI/UX rewrite
I am hoping to finish it before RGSOC starts
Jan Hovancik
@hovancik
it's in redesign branch
Arushit Mudgal
@armudgal
Okay thanks
Duncan Ogilvie
@mrexodia
Hello @hovancik are you available for a chat?
I'm currently trying to make some changes to stretchly to make it behave more like Workflowy and I want to add some additional features but I'm having some troubles with the code
There is a function BreaksPlanner.pause, which doesn't seem to actually pause anything it just resets the break state
Is there a way to actually pause the BreaksPlanner, so that when you call BreaksPlanner.resume it resumes from the state you paused it in?
I'm mostly writing C++ so all this nodejs is new for me
Jan Hovancik
@hovancik
Hi @mrexodia
what kind of changes are you talking about? If you want them to be upstream we should first discuss them ;]
pause/resume does not remember state
Duncan Ogilvie
@mrexodia
Hm weirdly enough I didn't get a notification on my phone for this
Anyway I want to add support for properly pausing/resuming (as in that it remembers the state) and also delete the whole natural break manager because it's not working
That's just for my personal use though
The feature I wanted to implement was to properly pause when certain processes are started @hovancik
However I found the code to be way more complicated that it should be, but that's perhaps because of the high amount of settings
I already implemented pause/resume properly on my local machine but then I discovered that the natural break manager isn't working so I'll look at that next
Jan Hovancik
@hovancik
ok
yeah it's supercomplicated because there's a lot of things to consider
Duncan Ogilvie
@mrexodia
I think the whole thing could be simplified to an explicit state machine, currently there is a lot to consider because state is scattered all over the place. I'll push what I have currently but because of the way the scheduler is implemented it's getting complicated fast and it's still not working 100%
Currently I'm just trying to make the behavior match Workrave. It's basically that if you're idle for 5 seconds the timers will pause. Then when you're idle for more than the micro break duration your micro break will reset and if you're idle for more than the rest duration your rest break will reset. Quite similar to the natural break manager but that one didn't implement the pausing when idle
However one more issue is that the microbreak and break timers are not independent, meaning it's kind of difficult to implement natural micro breaks because it would meddle with your break timer