END; require_once "include/calendar.php"; require_once "include/planner-include.php"; require_once "include/header.inc.php"; ?>


A0XDeploy new version (2004.06.14)
B0XAsk William Yu about Moodle (2004.06.07)
A0XWatch out for hard-coded paths (2004.06.05)
A0XFormat the code nicely (nil)
A0XAllow per-student views (2004.06.02)
A0XLink per-student views to the class accounts page (nil)
A0XRecover from my stupid source-control mishap (2004.06.04)
A0CCreate per-student archives (nil)
A0CRewrite the URLs (nil)
A0XMove the filesystem structure so that it's organized by class (2004.06.05)
A0XDownload moodle and get through most of the install (2004.06.06)
A0CAllow teachers to delete files (nil)
A0XMake future projects visible (nil)
A0XChange lists to tables (nil)
A1XChange the templates (2003.11.11)
A2XInstall submit2.5 (2003.11.11)
A3XRefresh database (2003.11.11)
A4XBack up old system (2003.11.11)
A5XUpload the new templates (2003.11.11)
A6XFind out if they changed the AISIS format {{Tasks:39}} (2003.12.07)
A7XFind out if they changed the AISIS format {{Tasks:39}} (2003.12.07)



3. Courses deployed

Categories: 2004.06.17:3 -- Permalink, Comment form

Okay, http://courses.ateneo.edu/submit/ should be ready for use. I think. Well, at least the project creation and submission parts work, and that's all that matters at this point anyway. I really, really love darcs dist. I develop and test on my laptop, using darcs to track revisions. When done with a patch, I record it and call an "update-courses" shell script, which simply uses darcs dist to create a handson.tar.gz, uploads this to courses.ateneo.edu, unpacks it, and twiddles a few permission bits to make sure everything works. Very nice work.

I still have to come up with a way to organize feedback. I can do that on my filesystem first by putting some kind of REMARKS file in each directory, then using fancy find recipes to pull all the information together. This will be much, much easier when I get them off e-mail. I want to see some kind of recent-changes list, though...

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2. Scrubbing software

Categories: 2004.04.29:2 -- Permalink, Comment form

Yeah, I think I should just scrub the CoursesSubmission system instead of rewriting it (as I'm so tempted to do).

Joel on Software - Rub a dub dub

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1. New system

Categories: 2004.04.19:2 -- Permalink, Comment form

I should get around to making a new Courses submission system so that I'll actually use it. Improvements:


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