[Sugar-devel] Weekly Progress: Scale Degree vs n^th Modal Pitch

Devin Ulibarri devin at ulibarri.website
Mon May 25 09:42:35 EDT 2020

Aviral is publishing his progress on musicblocks.net which you can
track at https://musicblocks.net/author/aviralgangwar24/
You can subscribe via https://musicblocks.net/feed/ for instant
He has made a lot of progress on GH as well. https://github.com/sugarla
On Mon, 2020-05-18 at 06:17 +0530, Aviral Gangwar wrote:
> Hello all,
> This is a weekly report of my work for the time frame 9/05/20 -
> 15/05/20.
> I had group meetings with Walter, Vaibhav, Sumit, Jaskirat and other
> Music Blocks participants, everyday except weekends. This week we
> finished first aspect of our ES6 porting. [var-->let conversion].
> Moving to arrow functions still remains.
> Meetings mostly included general discussion related to non-trivial
> issues and clarification of certain doubts of student developers. 
> Each group meeting was followed by a meeting with my mentor [ Devin
> Ulibarri ], except for Tuesday. 
> We made significant process on octave calculation issue, entirely
> revamping the whole process and are close to resolving it. This
> should be done by this the end of this week.
> Apart from that, Devin discussed with me several movable and non-
> movable systems and a workflow for the summer.
> Lastly, I started work, locally, on the implementation of the new
> scale degree block, mostly creating the basic pie menus as discussed
> during our meetings.
> Objective for the upcoming week:
> 1. Finish with the octave calculation issue.
> 2. More design thinking on the new scale degree block.
> 3. Resolve flat/sharp preference issue for some scales.
> Thank You
> Aviral Gangwar
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