Activiti: Last week Dev Logs #77

Last week, after a week of festive holidays, we worked hard in closing as many issues that we could to get Beta5 out of the door. New conformance sets were added to Activiti/Activiti and serves as the basis for our Acceptance and Conformance tests for our distributed services. We are now running automated tests against our chart releases and we are happy to see the velocity of the entire cycle increasing week by week. Now for RC1 the GraphQL modules are almost ready to be included and we will be reviewing and merging @igdianov Pull requests soon.

@daisuke-yoshimoto is working on the issue #2324 about integrating Modeling Service’s backend and frontend into one Docker container.

@CTI777 Worked on following issues: #1893, #2318,#2244Commits in:

@almerico Automate Docker Image & Helm Charts release #2312,#2325,#2327

@igdianov Worked on Notifications GraphQL Service PRs:

@miguelruizdev worked on the acceptance test coverage of the editable fields of tasks and the process definition retrieval from query.

@ryandawsonuk worked on getting the acceptance tests in the pipeline passing and ensuring all the versions were set read for 7.0.0.Beta5 release.

@erdemedeiros – holidays –

@salaboy worked on Beta5 release and added the new set 3 and set 4 conformance tests. I did some initial tests on JHipster UAA integration and we hope to include that in RC1.  

Get in touch if you want to contribute: https://gitter.im/Activiti/Activiti7

We are looking forward to mentor people on the technologies that we are using to submit their first Pull Request 😉

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