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A Day in the Life of LDI

by sashadev-sky | August 11, 2019 01:17 | 77 views | 4 comments | #20498 | 77 views | 4 comments | #20498 11 Aug 01:17

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During the development process, we add a lot of gifs on our PRs to better document the changes we implement. I figured rather than writing about developments in LDI, I can use the gifs to show them.

Due to file size restrictions - here is a very small hype video made of a compilation of some of the gifs created by the PL development team along the way.

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This pocket size clip highlights some of the features recently created, and still in creation, by the Leaflet.DistortableImage and Mapknitter development team (2019). All of the developers have a lot of fun working on these features and collaborating with each other.


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Thanks to

@jywarren - Jeff, Public Lab co-founder @icarito - Long time sys-admin @rexagod - Pranshu, develops our JavaScript dark arts and loves complex algorithms @divyabaid16 & @cesswairimu - our Ruby on Rails artisans. Build out front and back-end core MapKnitter features @ViditChitkara - 2-time Google Summer of Coder for the Public Lab team. Currently developing synchronous features for collaborative map creation @alaxalves & @kaustubh-nair - DevOps wonder team. Improving the project development experience from initial installation to project publishing. @sagarpreet-chadha - upstream maintainer for Leaflet.EnvironmentalLayers @gauravano - Gauravano develops and most recently, is a community coordinator - keeping us organized and collaborative @molangmuir10 - tests and evaluates our UI. Keeps the MapKnitter interface functional.

Love this!!!! ❤️


This is lovely, Sasha!! ❤️ Thanks for helping me out always 😃 😃


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Thank you @sashadev-sky - Sasha, an energetic and great developer, maintains Leaflet.DistortableImage and Mapknitter, but helps everyone throughout the organization 😃

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