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    Vishwas Singh
    @infern018
    @bsdlp
    Romi-776
    @Romi-776
    When I try to run "docker-compose up" I am getting an error like this:
    Screenshot from 2021-02-24 08-25-02.png
    6 replies
    ravenhaer
    @ravenhaer
    Hello everyone! I am Anwesha. I am new to Open library community. Can anyone suggest a good first issue or an urgent issue I can start working on
    Christian Clauss
    @cclauss
    @Romi-776 The Python print error means that you are using a really old infogami. In the /opt/openlibrary directory please do a make git and try to restart Open Library.
    Romi-776
    @Romi-776
    There's no openlibrary directory in my /opt directory.
    Christian Clauss
    @cclauss
    ls/opt
    ls /opt
    Romi-776
    @Romi-776
    Screenshot from 2021-02-27 08-13-21.png
    Christian Clauss
    @cclauss
    If you go into your openlibrary directory and type make git you should see:
    % make git
    git submodule init
    git submodule sync
    Synchronizing submodule url for 'vendor/infogami'
    Synchronizing submodule url for 'vendor/js/wmd'
    git submodule update
    That should fix the print issue.
    Romi-776
    @Romi-776
    This is what happened after doing make git in openlibrary directory
    Screenshot from 2021-02-27 14-02-15.png
    Screenshot from 2021-02-27 14-02-41.png
    Christian Clauss
    @cclauss
    pushd vendor/infogami
    git checkout master
    git pull
    popd
    Romi-776
    @Romi-776
    I ran these commands but it made no difference in the previous error.
    Christian Clauss
    @cclauss

    What was the output of these commands?

    Please do not use sudo.

    What is the output of git remote -v when in the openlibrary directory and when in the openlibrary/vendo/infogami directory?

    Romi-776
    @Romi-776
    Command: pushd vendor/infogami
    Output: ~/gsocOrg1/openlibrary/vendor/infogami ~/gsocOrg1/openlibrary

    Command: git checkout master
    Output: Already on 'master'
    Your branch is up to date with 'origin/master'.

    Command: git pull
    Output: Already up to date.

    Command: popd
    Output: ~/gsocOrg1/openlibrary

    Command: git remote -v
    Output: origin git@github.com:internetarchive/openlibrary.git (fetch)
    origin git@github.com:internetarchive/openlibrary.git (push)
    Command: git remote -v
    Output: origin git://github.com/internetarchive/infogami.git (fetch)
    origin git://github.com/internetarchive/infogami.git (push)
    Christian Clauss
    @cclauss
    In the openlibrary/vendor/infogami directory...
    git fetch
    git pull origin master
    Romi-776
    @Romi-776
    Screenshot from 2021-02-27 14-27-11.png
    Christian Clauss
    @cclauss
    I really do not understand. I think you should rm -r openlibrary and start the installation process from scratch and avoid using sudo in that process.
    Romi-776
    @Romi-776
    Ok
    Thanks a lot for your time and help @cclauss!
    Mek
    @mekarpeles
    @/all We had a breaking change go into our docker image, so you'll need to run docker-compose up --pull -d to get make css and make components to work (or maybe docker-compose build --pull web , I forget). But it should result in those commands being ~2x faster :) See internetarchive/openlibrary#4669 .
    Romi-776
    @Romi-776

    I really do not understand. I think you should rm -r openlibrary and start the installation process from scratch and avoid using sudo in that process.

    You're right @cclauss! I have recently done the installation process from scratch, again and after speding some time on it, the project ran successfully.
    Thank you very much.

    Muhammed Ali
    @khabdrick
    Hello everyone, my name is Muhammed Ali, I'm looking to contribute to openlibrary, please what are the prerequisites
    Muhammed Ali
    @khabdrick
    No one can help me, mehn what a community
    Christian Clauss
    @cclauss
    @khabdrick The Getting started and Getting setup sections of https://github.com/internetarchive/openlibrary/wiki would be a great place to start.
    Muhammed Ali
    @khabdrick
    okay thanks
    Mek
    @mekarpeles
    @khabdrick -- our community is reflected by what you bring to it as well. We're not always able to respond right away. We try really hard to bring good intentions, good will, and positivity. We ask that those interested in contributing do the same :)
    Thanks @cclauss for offering great resources on getting started.
    Mek
    @mekarpeles

    https://openlibrary.org/volunteer has some great tips on exploring possibilities with Open Library.

    We have weekly calls on Tuesday 10am PT where members of the community may introduce themselves and describe the types of projects they'd like to contribute to.

    Here's one issue which could be a good one to start with for someone looking to understand more about how the system (frontend and backend) works:
    internetarchive/openlibrary#3296

    Muhammed Ali
    @khabdrick

    @khabdrick -- our community is reflected by what you bring to it as well. We're not always able to respond right away. We try really hard to bring good intentions, good will, and positivity. We ask that those interested in contributing do the same :)

    I understand

    https://openlibrary.org/volunteer has some great tips on exploring possibilities with Open Library.

    We have weekly calls on Tuesday 10am PT where members of the community may introduce themselves and describe the types of projects they'd like to contribute to.

    Here's one issue which could be a good one to start with for someone looking to understand more about how the system (frontend and backend) works:
    internetarchive/openlibrary#3296

    Thank you @mekarpeles

    Mek
    @mekarpeles
    my pleasure to help any way I can! :)
    Yash vardhan
    @Grumpyyash
    Hello everyone!
    Can someone provide the links of gitter channels for InternetArchive/IAUX and BookReader projects. I would like to participate in GSoC 2021 with InternetArchive
    Muhammed Ali
    @khabdrick
    @Grumpyyash I don't think there's any
    Aditya Prakash
    @prakashaditya369
    The mail for contacting mentors for GSOC'21 isn't working. It's giving Address Not Found error.
    Kerstin Gaertner
    @c3cf0c18-f7fc-46ae-9f2c-2ec42aad8e53_gitlab
    Hello, I'm trying to log in into Slack but it says that there's no account with my e-mail even though I know I'm using the right credentials. Could it be that some admin deleted my account?
    Also, Gitter is not used for librarians things, right?
    Mek
    @mekarpeles
    Hi @prakashaditya369 I tried responding to your email but it seems to have bounced. I will send you a PM on gitter. Thank you!
    Dipanshu Gupta
    @dipanshug124
    Hello everyone, I am Dipanshu from India, new to this community, could anyone guide me through setting up the development environment and running it.
    Kerstin Gaertner
    @c3cf0c18-f7fc-46ae-9f2c-2ec42aad8e53_gitlab
    Hello @mekarpeles, I would love to be in the Slack channel because I want to help with book editing.
    Akshita Singh
    @akshita:matrix.org
    [m]
    Hello everyone! I am Akshita Singh, a 1st year ECE student. I have been benefitted from Internet Archive's Book Reader and now that I have a chance I want to contribute as a GSoC '21 applicant. But I am not able to find any community group like Slack, Gitter for discussing the BookReader project and get in touch with the Internet Archive's front-end team to discuss how can I contribute. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
    Erma Safira Nurmasyita
    @ermasavior
    Hello, i found a tiny bug on archive.org web page frontend. Which repo can i raise the issue in? Thank you