Making Summit Better
Over the past few months a lot of work has been done to the Summit Scheduler. This all culminated this past week when I sent in an RT to update the production instance of Summit. This included somewhere in the neighborhood of 8,000 lines of code change between Summit and the two themes that are run.
There are two major changes to Summit from the changes this past week. The first is that Summit has been rethemed to meet the new design guidelines for Ubuntu. This work was completed with major assistance by Alexander Fougner, Stephen Williams, and Brandon Holtsclaw who each put in numerous hours to make this happen.
The other major change, which affects the way that you will work with Summit is that you now have the ability to propose meetings in Summit removing the requirement that you create a blueprint. Also, as long as you’re using the new propose meeting feature in Summit, you no longer have to have a special name for your meeting, this is now done automatically. I also created a video which will walk you through the process of proposing a meeting in Summit.
As always, please file bugs if you find any issues!