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Open Opportunities uses the open source sails.js MVC framework (Node.js / Express) and the Mocha and Chai test frameworks. Currently, a task creator should receive the following notification if a task they created receives a comment. This issue sees the creation of a failing test that will only pass when the notification functionality is restored.
We want setting up a development environment for the Tock Django app to be as easy as possible. To accomplish this, we want to use
docker-compose. This issue seeks to make it easy for anyone to get up running with a local instance of the Tock Django app.
Open Opportunities uses the open source sails.js MVC framework (Node.js / Express). The platform helps government workers foster collaboration on their projects. This issue seeks to add sample description text to the Task Creation Form, when the "Full Time Detail" Option is selected.
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, or FedRAMP, is a government-wide program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. This issue seeks a Google Apps Script that will convert a Google Sheet into JSON which adheres to a given schema file.
Currently when creating auctions in the micro-purchase admin panel, the admin must enter a delivery deadline. This is the deadline that the winning bidder has to deliver the requirements. This issue seeks to make it easier for site admins to enter this time.
This issue seeks to provide a command-line script that pulls data from Tock and Float and returns a list of possibly-duplicate project names.
Tock is a simple time tracking app that 18F employees use to report their time on a weekly basis. Currently, no user may enter more than 40 hours per week. This issue seeks to allow certain specified users of Tock to enter anywhere between 0 and 60 hours.
The Playbook in Action is a python Flask application that simplifies the process of creating agile RFQs and RFPs for digital services for government Contracting Officers and Program Managers. This issue seeks to migrate the front-end design and user-interface from Bootstrap to the US Web Design Standards.
Travel requests must be authorized by supervisors, which is currently done via email. Certain information is required for the supervisor in order to approve or deny the request and the email is currently templated, but entered manually by the requester. This issue seeks a web form to collect the information required in the web form and generates an email to send to the supervisor. An email must be generated in order to confirm travel dates.