Free Software Efforts (2017W44)

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Here’s my weekly report for week 44 of 2017. This has been a quiet week.

Tor Project

In this week I have looked at metrics-bot being compliant with the Tor metrics team’s Java style guide (#24080 ) and integrating it into a unified package naming scheme (#24036 ).

There has been a lot of refactoring in metrics-bot this week as components are starting to mature. I have started work on using metrics-base, the metrics team directory structure for Java projects and also formatting, but this still needs more work before it is completed.


I believe it is important to be clear not only about the work I have already completed but also about the sustainability of this work into the future. I plan to include a short report on the current sustainability of my work in each weekly report.

I have not had any free software related expenses this week. The current funds I have available for equipment, travel and other free software expenses remains £60.52. I do not believe that any hardware I rely on is looking at imminent failure.

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