For that last sprint day, each team made some nice achievements:

  • Steph & Alain worked on the mv/cp actions implementation to makes them working properly and supporting globs. Last but not least, with a full set of tests.
  • Alex & Charles got back what we call apycot 'full' tests, eg running test with coverage enabled, checking that code coverage is greater than a given threshold, but also running pylint and checking that its global evaluation is at least 7 (configurable, of course).
  • Katia & Aurélien provided a sharp implementation of recipe checking, so that we know we don't launch a recipe badly constructed, as well as informing the user nicely from what errors his recipe suffer.
  • Julien managed to set up a recipe managing from Debian package construction to Debian repository publication, going through lintian on the way
  • Pierre-Yves helped other teams to solve the narval related bugs they encountered, and finished by writing a thread-safe implementation of apycot's writer so we can run several checker simultaneously.
  • Celso continued working on a proof of concept blue-theme cube, wondering how to make CubicWeb looks nicer and be easily customisable in future versions.
  • Sylvain helped there and there and integrated patches...

So we finally didn't get up to the demo. But we now have everything to set it up, so I've a good hope that we will have a beta version of our brand new production chain up and running before the end of August!

Thanks to everyone for all this good work, and for this time spent all together!

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