[seagrant-dev] BSG Project Update and Weekly Coordination

Carr, Justin Justin.Carr at oregonstate.edu
Tue Jul 29 16:35:06 UTC 2014


So far, setting up our Linux environments has been pretty smooth. I think the simple act of making that pseudo-script has ironed out some of the pain points in getting Sencha and Phonegap set up properly.

A github community/etiquette question for you: I would like to make this script visible and editable for any of our student interns to reference quickly but it seems too small and informal for a github repository. Would this make sense as a Gist or is it best to keep this kind of stop-gap solution out of public view?

From: seagrant-dev-bounces at osuosl.org [mailto:seagrant-dev-bounces at osuosl.org] On Behalf Of Lance Albertson
Sent: Monday, July 28, 2014 11:30 AM
To: seagrant-dev at osuosl.org
Subject: Re: [seagrant-dev] BSG Project Update and Weekly Coordination

On Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 3:28 PM, Carr, Justin <Justin.Carr at oregonstate.edu<mailto:Justin.Carr at oregonstate.edu>> wrote:

1.       I have attached the rough script I came up with for installing and configuring the Sencha + Phonegap tool chain on an Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit environment. As we discussed, this “script” is meant to be read for its content and will not behave well if run.

2.       BSG is currently configuring 3 workstations to dual boot into Ubuntu for future collaboration purposes with the OSL.
​I found out that we actually started on some chef ​recipes for this but having this script is great. Let me find out where we are with that and get back to you.

How is the current environment working thus far? Longer term we do need to figure out the workstation environment with Linux but I'd like to get it moved onto our chef managed environment eventually. But if its working for now lets keep it as-is.


Lance Albertson
Oregon State University | Open Source Lab
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