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The tech clinic offers OPF members the opportunity to book one-to-one online sessions to discuss any technical aspects of your work. This might include: getting started with OPF tools, e.g. installation and basic usage; help with integrating open source tools into local automated workflows and systems; investigating problems and issues with open source tools; assistance […]

By Becky, posted in Becky's Blog

9th Aug 2018  10:00 AM  0 Reads  No comments

The tech clinic offers OPF members the opportunity to book one-to-one online sessions to discuss any technical aspects of your work. This might include: getting started with OPF tools, e.g. installation and basic usage; help with integrating open source tools into local automated workflows and systems; investigating problems and issues with open source tools; assistance […]

By Becky, posted in Becky's Blog

21st Jun 2018  10:00 AM  0 Reads  No comments

The tech clinic offers OPF members the opportunity to book one-to-one online sessions to discuss any technical aspects of your work. This might include: getting started with OPF tools, e.g. installation and basic usage; help with integrating open source tools into local automated workflows and systems; investigating problems and issues with open source tools; assistance […]

By Becky, posted in Becky's Blog

15th Mar 2018  10:00 AM  0 Reads  No comments

The tech clinic offers OPF members the opportunity to book one-to-one online sessions to discuss any technical aspects of your work. This might include: getting started with OPF tools, e.g. installation and basic usage; help with integrating open source tools into local automated workflows and systems; investigating problems and issues with open source tools; assistance […]

By Becky, posted in Becky's Blog

22nd Feb 2018  10:00 AM  0 Reads  No comments

The tech clinic offers OPF members the opportunity to book one-to-one online sessions to discuss any technical aspects of your work. This might include: getting started with OPF tools, e.g. installation and basic usage; help with integrating open source tools into local automated workflows and systems; investigating problems and issues with open source tools; assistance […]

By Becky, posted in Becky's Blog

10th Aug 2017  10:00 AM  0 Reads  No comments

These have been two busy days in Den Haag where Carl Wilson from the OPF tries to show us how to use tools in order to have clean environments and well-behave installation procedures that will "always" work.   The use of vagrant (connected to the appropriate provider, in our experimental case VirtualBox) allows to start […]

By tledoux, posted in tledoux's Blog

2nd Apr 2014  6:37 AM  11219 Reads  No comments

As previously blogged about by Carl we now have virtually all SCAPE and OPF projects in Continuous Integration; building and unit testing in both Travis CI and Jenkins.  Travis compiles the projects and executes unit tests whenever a new commit is pushed to Github, or when a pull request is submitted to the project.  Jenkins […]

By willp-bl, posted in willp-bl's Blog

1st Nov 2013  10:19 AM  11386 Reads  No comments

One of the Open Planets Foundation’s main roles in the SCAPE project is to provide stewardship for, and ensure longevity of the SCAPE software outputs. The SCAPE project is committed to producing open source software that is available to the wider community on GitHub, with clear licence terms and appropriate documentation, at an early stage […]

By Carl Wilson, posted in Carl Wilson's Blog

27th Sep 2013  7:39 PM  12243 Reads  No comments