Want to help out? Please reach out via email, commenting on an issue, or whatever works for you. We have significant experience mentoring new developers and Haskell developers.
We have preliminary library documentation on our GitHub Pages site. Haddocks coverage would be another excellent place to start contributing...
A simple code coverage report is also available on our GitHub pages site.
Accelerate the pace of sharing and reusing recorded, annotated video, to increase the pace of analysis and discovery in behaviorial science. Sharing restricted videos without burdening researchers heavily requires a sophisticated, yet simple, approach to entering release level information and authorizing networks of users to datasets. It also requires convenient mechanisms for uploading large collections of video files. It requires allowing for a very flexible model of meta-data to allow a large variety of attributes to be attached to a given dataset.
Go for a test drive on http://dev1.databrary.org:8000/. We are excited to have your attention and interest.
- Login as firstname.lastname@example.org / unastan54
- Click on "Testarosa Tesla", in the upper right corner, and select "Create Volume"
- Select "No" at the bottom of the page and enter some text in boxes provided
- Click on the "Enter Data" tab
- Click on "add folder", enter a test date, e.g. "01/02/2017"
- Scroll to the top of the page and click the "eye" icon, to switch to view mode
Try browsing around a site with example data here: http://sandbox1.databrary.org:8000/.
You can get an understanding of the full scope of features offered in our feature catalog (pdf). Some pages have changed since this catalog was produced.
Related Work (Open Source)
Testing, Requirements, Implementation Documentation
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Upstream - Anticipating and Contributing
Anticipating features and libraries:
- aeson JSON parsing with accumulative errors
- smtp-mail issue
- zip Blind Archive Support
- hedgehog State machine testing multiple results
Service and Operations Status
Open Source Report Card
We try our best to use open source throughout our source code, our development and our operations. Here is where we stand currently.
Open source tools: ghc, all haskell libraries, nixpkgs, centos, ubuntu, nixos, redoc/swagger, solr/openjdk, postgresql, nginx, vim, emacs, slurm
Non-open source tools: runscope, katalon, github, jira, confluence, aws, macos, mailtrap, gmail, slack, google drive, skype, sublime
Copyright (C) 2013-2018 New York University
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