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Eat the Frog!

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"If it's your job to eat a frog, it's best to do it first thing in the morning. And if it's your job to eat two frogs, it's best to eat the biggest one first."

In more practical terms, the "frog" is your worst, most unsavory task of the day. You know, that one thing you're dreading.

This daunting task is probably also your most important, and the one that you're most likely to procrastinate on.

If you have two frog tasks, start with the one you're least excited to do. 

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WhoPlanned - MondayAccomplished - Friday
  • Deploy MDFConnect Scala library to public maven repo
  • Submit open CV extractor PR
  • Make progress on Workbench API Server migration to Kubernetes 1.9
  • Select Box Skills Use Case

Gowtham Naraharisetty

INCORE Mappings migration:

  • Get Omar's conversion tool to run locally
  • Identify, convert and import missing fragilities
  • Merge Requests to Review: Pyincore-3 & 5, INCORE-4


  • Make progress of datawolf integration with UI

  • addressed two tickets in JIRA before pathfinder
  • Clean up threads in OCSBridge
  • Proposals
  • MBDH/NDS Workshop prep
  • NCSA Software
  • HR
  • GLM / GLTG V3 review
  • BD
    • Priorities write up
    • Clowder 2.0
  • Industry
    • Clowder extraction by space
  •  vbd
    • convert fortran model to python
  • gltg
    • finish online sensors
  • GLM wrap-up and handoff
  • TERRA recovery once Nebula healing is complete
  • patriotic cookout
  • GLTG
    • GEOD-1111 - Getting issue details... STATUS

  •  ready to start working on LSST report
  • GLTG Explore Page review - need to create bug tasks
  • Still Need to write TERRA Letter
  • Poster should be delivered
  • Start entering last years goals on Emp Reviews
  •  Poster delivered
  • Work on Pyincore network data creation and manipulation
  • Work on extractor-geos' data update with proxy


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