2015/04/14 team meeting summary

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Bokeh Meeting Summary
April 14, 2015

Discussion topics:

* Rough 0.9 timeframe

  resolution: proposed and agreed mid-May target for 0.9 released

* 0.9 milestone review meeting

  resolution: milestone review next Wednesday

* Workflow discussion (http://travisswicegood.com/2015/03/18/workflow-with-git/ ?)
    
  resolution: start or update existing BEP to document more details release-branch process (when to branch, etc.)

* Remove/simplify “dev”/”split” resources

  resolution: worth investigating if multi-file debugging can still be supported with new gulp/browserify build

* FYI: Potential outside engagement for server improvement work

* Remove/simplify “dev”/”split” resources

        resolution: worth investigating if multi-file debugging can still
be supported with new gulp/browserify build

watchify + source maps. Watchify should give you incremental (fast)
builds, and source maps makes it so that you dont' debug a monstrous
javascript file

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From my recollection this is impossible, but you can get pretty far with

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  • Remove/simplify “dev”/”split” resources

      resolution: worth investigating if multi-file debugging can still be supported with new gulp/browserify build
    

From my recollection this is impossible, but you can get pretty far with watchify + source maps. Watchify should give you incremental (fast) builds, and source maps makes it so that you dont’ debug a monstrous javascript file