Monday, June 27, 2016

Week 7 - Midterm Evaluation

*Finished OSCON and travelled back to Cameroon

*Added tests for REST API for resource, controllers.

* Removed Duplicate dependencies in API POM

*Continued debugging the tests to remove the " Type [unknown] not present" error.

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Week 5 - DockerCon 2016 Travel

Hello,

This week, I made the following changes to the REST API PR.
  • Renamed rest WS module's package to proper name for classes and resources.
  • Fixed naming for PatientFlagsRestController
  • Refactored manage.jsp since it was not needed *I had to add tests this week; but could not due to thisPatient Flags test error. I want to fix this error and then move on to adding REST tests.
Cheers!

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Week Four

This week was really hectic; writing some tests in school. I finally made the fixes to the PR I submitted for Pascal to merge. I pushed the commits to GitHub. I guess once this is done. I will move on the writing tests for the REST API. This will have met my  mid-term goals. So after Exams I can focus on adding the Patient Flags Enhancements.

I am also preparing to travel for the DockerCon 2016 in Seattle Washington. I will try to talk to Solomon Hykes about our work at OpenMRS with Docker. I think he will be interested.

Monday, June 6, 2016

Week2 - Week3

This week, I successfully added the patientflags module REST API. I created a PR here.
Added a README to the eSaude patient flags repo

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Week One

Hello,

This week, I discussed our plan for implementing the REST API for the Patient Flags module with Pascal and Jan. We agreed on our weekly meeting schedule to evaluate my progress on the project.

I continued preparations for school tests and exams in UB. I've made some commits for the REST API. It's just left to push them to my fork and make a PR.

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Community Bonding- OSCON 2016

Hi there,

In the past few weeks I've been preparing to travel for the O'Reilly Open source convention taking place in Austin, TX. It started on Saturday the 14th of May 2016 with the Community leader summit. This went through till Sunday. On Monday, the O'Reilly OSCON officially started with tutorial sessions; in the evening I delivered a talk on the contribution of students at the University of Buea in Cameroon to the Open source community through the Google Summer of Code program. This was greatly appreciated by the open source community and a standing ovation accompanied. We spent the next days in sessions and tutorials. I learnt alot of new technologies; especially those related to Containers and Cloud.I realised a lot of major Banks and Telecom companies like Huawei are joining the open source wagon. We appreciated the preview Windows with the Bash integrated. We did some testing and file some bugs to Microsoft. Also, the .NET framework has been open sourced. I participated in the testing of the .NET core on Fedora linux which showed alot of bugs. I submittted bug reports and was greatly appreciated by Red Hat. The week ended gracefully and I was advised to submit a paper for OSCON Europe.  I will get back to my GSoC project now. I've been lagging for a while.

Monday, May 2, 2016

SoC 2016

Summer of Code 2016 is here!

I will be working on the Patient Flags module to add a REST API and enhance patient flags module. In the next few weeks. I'll be adding the changes to my fork. I'll be Ch3ck on IRC and will work closely with Pascal and Jan to make this a success.