Global Virtual Hack-a-thon - Spring 2019

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These are project ideas and teams for the 2019 Spring Global Virtual Hack-a-thon.

The hack-a-thon is scheduled for Friday, May 10th, 2019.

 

 

Instructions

For people with a project idea

For each project, you should consider addressing the following:

  • The idea owner(s)
  • A brief description
  • Any prep work for the project, such as developer tools or skills participants should understand

 

We encourage you to keep your project idea short and provide any additional details in separate document or blog post within the Collaborate space. This may also allow you to coordinate with potential team members via the comments there without being mixed in with any discussions on this page.

 

For people looking to join a project

Please feel free to add your name to any project(s) you are interested in participating. Don't hesitate to add your name to multiple projects if you are considering multiple at this point. We encourage you to use this platform to contact the owner of an idea to discuss any details you are unsure about or even improve upon the idea.

 

Apart from any plans you make with the owner of an idea, you are not bound to actually participate in the project you indicated here. When you join the hack-a-thon on the day of the event you can check with other project teams and join a different project, if that turns out to be a better fit for you.

 

For everyone

The global virtual hack-a-thon is as much a social event as it is a coding one. This means a lot of the attendees for this event often use it to exchange ideas and discuss other matters in the general Alfresco context. To do this, everyone that attends the global virtual hack-a-thon should be prepared to join any of the commonly used communication channels for this event. In the past the main tools have been the IRC chat #alfresco (via chat.alfresco.com or a desktop client), Zoom and Google Hangouts. This year we also have an #alfresco channel on Discord.

 

After the event has come to an end, we encourage everyone that worked on a specific project idea to update the listing on this page with an overview of the project team and a link / reference to the results of the project (e.g. a GitHub repository, document or blog post in this space).

 

Projects

 

Idea owner: 

Description: 

Prep work: 

Interested parties:

  • You?
  • Or you, ma'm?
  • Maybe you, sir?

 

Idea owner: 

Description: 

Prep work:

Interested parties:

 

Content Services

 

Idea owner: 

Description: 

Prep work: 

Interested parties:

Source Code: 

 

Idea owner: 

Description: 

Interested parties:

Source code:

 

Idea owner: 

Description: 

Interested parties:

Source code:

 

 

Process Services

 

Idea owner: 

Description: 

Interested parties:

Source code:

 

Idea owner: 

Description: 

Interested parties:

Source code:

 

Application Development Framework

 

Idea owner: 

Description: 

Interested parties:

Source code:

 

Idea owner: 

Description: 

Interested parties:

Source code:

 

Search Services

 

Idea owner:

Angel Borroy

Description: 

Detecting Languages During Indexing. Currently, content language is set at Alfresco Repository by using client locale configuration. When indexing, SOLR takes this language from repository to perform the indexation. However, when working on cross-locale environments, some users are uploading content in a different language from client language settings. Having the right language identification will provide better results when searching.

Prep work: 

Detecting Languages During Indexing | Apache Solr Reference Guide 6.6 

Interested parties:

Angel Borroy

Tom Page

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