Jeff has an a11y wishlist - communicate with you directly via slack or email
LMS video player enhancements
Audio description service integrations and enablement with our partners
Workshop-based review of https://www.thoughtworks.com/radar
Anything that stands out as possible things for edX to consider for ourselves?
Adopt of Remote pairing - apply to edX?
Can we set up an experiment to develop best practice for edX?
What do folks think about this form/tool as a means of visualizing decisions?
Nit: the term “Hold” doesn’t say, “don’t do” to me, it sounds like “Keep this thing”
Promoted a level of discovery
They may be cheating - with somethings starting in adopt without an assess state
There is a mish-mesh of categories: ML, service-mesh, etc
Time permitting, workshop-based review of edX Radar posted in https://github.com/edx/open-edx-proposals/pull/61
Notes from breakout room:
Interesting Automated Security Tools
It looks like istio is the choice from thoughtwork re: service mesh
The radar has been looked at before, but nothing significant regarding radar before.
Use case for radar at edx:
It would be good to give details on things we’ve considered and what our thoughts was on it
Applying product management to internal platforms
This is done only in a limited way, and we do have a lot of things that haven fallen through the cracks over the years (e.g. devstack).
Definitely support it and would push for wider use of it.
Someone needs to be a point person for it and they would figure out what to use
Would help in delegating knowledge
Possible method -> 2 people pairing together… With one person taking lead and the other person comes and goes based on their schedule
The person pairing would be responsible for writing docs for knowledge transfer
Legacy migration feature parity
As talk about studio split grows, we should be careful about this
Zero Trust Architecture
We probably already do some of this, but probably should go into this eventually
Not sure where this should be for things
Stuff Jeremy noted as interesting and/or useful:
https://jupyterlab.readthedocs.io/en/stable/getting_started/overview.html (Python notebooks)
https://pulsar.apache.org/en/ (Kafka alternative)
https://www.ory.sh/hydra/ (OAuth 2 in separate service)
https://crowdin.com/ (Transifex competitor)
https://github.com/liamg/tfsec (Terraform security linting)
https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=MS-vsliveshare.vsliveshare-pack (pair programming in Visual Studo Code)
https://phrase.com/ (Transifex competitor)
https://github.com/kudulab/dojo (enhancement of docker-compose)
https://www.cypress.io/ (Selenium alternative)