Activiti: Last week Dev Logs #81

Last week we had an amazing time in Alfresco DevCon 2019 in Edinburgh. We had a lot of face to face discussions about what is going to be priority right after the GA release. We have identified some areas that we need to improve and some services that we need to expand to provide a better experience. We also touch on integrations with other Open Source projects such as JHipster, Istio and KNative. Some RFC blog post are coming right after we wrap up the GA release.

@daisuke-yoshimoto is working on Integrate Modeling Service’s backend and frontend into one Docker container.

@CTI777 Worked on following issues: #2417 Add RB admin get task by id endpoint, #2420 Add acceptance tests to new admin REST endpoints, #2396 Add tests for datetime fields for filters, #2439 Add filter for standalone tasks

@almerico Worked on helm charts and Docker image optimizations.

@igdianov working on quickstart for activiti cloud applications with JX

@miguelruizdev worked on creating  conformance tests for variables in processes and tasks.

@ryandawsonuk got the trending topics UI working against ttc-chart, created PR to add notifications to the backend in ttc-chart, presented at DevCon.

@erdemedeiros presented and attended DevCon. Reviewed and merged pull requests related to new admin REST endpoints.

@salaboy had fun at DevCon while reviewing PRs 🙂

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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