end/line weekly diary (week of 5/7)

1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 At this point I’ve given up on figuring out which diary number this is, and I think I’ll settle with this.

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 On my plate for this final week is working with Tom to get the How it Works page up and running using the template we have for it now, and finalizing how the demo of the site is going to go. The page in question has already been set up with the right jquery and CSS elements – now it’s just about filling in the content and making sure it’s scaled correctly across devices. I took the same template this week and applied that to the news page as well (which should probably be up and live during the next delivery).

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 As for the presentation, I think I’m going to forego the static pages and just show off the application. I’ll make sure to hit the profile page, the search feature, the encoding feature, and the upload feature (including a case where you try to upload the same thing, and a case where a user encodes their own upload).

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 In the meantime, I’m going to see where I can help with the grant proposal and I’ll also ask Brian if he needs help on his end since things have been kind of closing for me.

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