At One Community, we are dedicated to demonstrating common sense eco-management, building a model with an all-volunteer team for “The Highest Good of All“. Our sustainable approaches encompass food, energy, housing, education, for-profit and non-profit economic design, social architecture, forwarding fulfilled living, and global stewardship practices. We’re not just building a community; we’re pioneering a model that becomes self-replicating. Our work will be used to create a global collaboration of teacher/demonstration hubs, evolving sustainability and regenerating our planet. Committed to creating a world that works for everyone, we’re open sourcing and free sharing the complete process.
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One Community’s physical location will forward this movement as the first of many self-replicating teacher/demonstration communities, villages, and cities to be built around the world. This is the November 20th, 2023 edition (#557) of our weekly progress update detailing our team’s development and accomplishments:
One Community is demonstrating common sense eco-management through Highest Good housing that is artistic and beautiful, more affordable, more space efficient, lasts longer, DIY buildable, and constructed with healthy and sustainable materials:
This week, Charles Gooley (Web Designer) completed another week of assisting with web design. Charles focused on the Most Sustainable Windows & Window Companies page, organizing the content and incorporating a Table of Contents with anchor links. The structured sections cover topics such as why assess doors, understanding doors, types of doors, door materials, and listings of the best & most sustainable door companies. The page is now ready for review. Additionally, Charles updated the Table of Contents on the Duplicable City Center Engineering page, streamlining the referencing process by aligning it with corresponding section numbers. We elevate our online presence with One Community’s visionary web design team, dedicated to Common Sense Eco-management. The visual representation of this work is provided in the accompanying pictures.
Khushboo Vyas (Architect) continued helping with the Earthbag Village (Pod 1) complete organization process. This week she developed a spreadsheet tutorial and its data organization. The focus of the tutorial was to establish a structured organization and workflow for the processes outlined on the page, emphasizing a clear sequence across pre-construction, and post-construction phases. This approach aims to enable any interested individual to navigate the entire do-it-yourself (DIY) process. Embark on a sustainable construction journey with the One Community Earthbag Village team, where Common Sense Eco-management takes center stage. Harnessing the power of eco-conscious building practices, this team is committed to creating a resilient and environmentally harmonious community with the vision of a sustainable future. See below for the visual pictures.
Loza Ayehutsega (Civil Engineer/Assistant Civil Engineer) continued developing the Earth Dam Design and construction for the Water Retention, Pond, and Lake Creation tutorial, still developing the dam break risk analysis topic. Loza worked on the revision of design standards and construction techniques, specifically, her attention was on the evaluation of dam break risks. This process involved an examination of factors such as the extent of flooding and the consequential impact on downstream areas. Join our dedicated civil engineering team at One Community as they prioritize Common Sense Eco-management in constructing the Earth Dam. Take a look at the pictures below to get a glimpse of this work.
Shengguang Jin (Mechanical Engineer) continued helping with the Vermiculture Toilet designs for the Earthbag Village. Shengguang focused on the material selection for components amenable to layer-by-layer 3D printing. The materials selection involved in hyperelastic solids is characterized by a capacity to soften in response to temperature drops and harden with rising temperatures, presenting a property-temperature relationship compared to crystalline metals. With this in mind, he explored an individual design that could possibly be 3D printed. Experience groundbreaking sustainability with One Community’s mechanical engineering team, prioritizing Common Sense Eco-management in designing the vermiculture toilet. Visual representations of his work are available in the accompanying images.
Yiwei He (Mechanical Engineer) continued assisting with the management of two teams. Yiwei assumed responsibilities for both the Vermiculture Toilet and Duplicable City Center teams. She contributed her design ideas and also an in-depth discussion with a senior engineer, focusing specifically on assembly details and the utilization of hand tools. The primary objective was to formulate practical plans with a particular emphasis on implementing the new hollow design. Embark on a revolutionary sanitation journey with One Community’s mechanical engineering team, integrating Common Sense Eco-management principles into the design of the vermiculture toilet. Visual representations of her work are shown below.
One Community is demonstrating common sense eco-management through a Duplicable and Sustainable City Center that is LEED Platinum certified/Sustainable, can feed 200 people at a time, provide laundry for over 300 people, is beautiful, spacious, and saves resources, money, and space:
This week, Amiti Singh (Architectural Designer) continued her work helping with the interior design details for the rental rooms within the Duplicable City Center. Amiti advanced the 3D model for Room 10, focusing on incorporating a Boho-aesthetic Industrial theme. The integration of lighter materials into the room’s color palette was a key aspect of this development. Additionally, Amiti took up working on the material and furniture palette for the washroom of Room 10. Beyond her primary focus, she curated the final files for Rooms 4, 5, and 9. This task involved drafting plans for these rooms and detailed cost analyses and product specifications. Experience visionary architecture with One Community’s design team, where Common Sense Eco-management takes precedence in shaping the Duplicable City Center. See below for the collage of images related to this.
This week, the engineering summary was managed by Arvindh Xavier (Civil Engineer) and featured Julio Marín Bustillos (Mechanical Engineer) highlighting Julio’s creation of three variations for the Dome Hub Connector design specific to the seventh row. While one variation remains outstanding, its completion is a prerequisite for advancing to the sixth and fifth rows. The timeline for these subsequent rows is extended due to the need for a more design approach, requiring the creation of multiple variations. Our engineering summary underscores the importance of sustainable practices, ensuring that every project aligns seamlessly with One Community’s vision for resilient, Common Sense Eco-management. See below for the visual representation of the images.
One Community is demonstrating common sense eco-management through Highest Good food that is more diverse, more nutritious, locally grown and sustainable, and part of our open source botanical garden model to support and share bio-diversity:
This week, Hayley Rosario (Sustainability Research Assistant) continued her review of the open-source Highest Good Food rollout plan. Hayley completed the initial rough draft of the 20-person material/task list within the EDITS document. Her approach involved curation of information sourced from the Food Infrastructure Rollout document, structuring it in a manner that aligns with the intended web page format. Unveiling the Highest Good Food rollout plan, One Community places paramount importance on Common Sense Eco-management. Our open-source approach ensures sustainable food systems, aligning with our commitment to eco-conscious practices for a healthier future. See below for the picture.
This week, the Transition Food Self-sufficiency Plan UI/UX Web and Graphics development was managed by Shivangi Patel (Graphic Designer), combining her work with the contributions of Rihab Baklouti (Freelance Generalist). Shivangi refined the volunteer’s profile image and produced work visuals using Photoshop. Concurrently, she created the corresponding web content for the announcement. Collaborating with Rihab, Shivangi played a key role in co-designing mock-ups for both the Vegan Recipes Home Page and Omnivore Recipe Home Page while Rihab’s contribution included button designs and assets. The duo employed their creative skills in designing individual recipe images, ensuring a user-friendly presentation of recipe information. Similarly, Shivangi also took charge of creating webpage banner images for specific recipe categories, including Vegan Rice Recipes, Vegan Potato Recipes, Vegan Yam Recipes, Vegan Pasta Recipes, and Omnivore Rice Recipes. We elevate our digital presence with the Menus UI/UX Web and Graphics Team at One Community, where Common Sense Eco-management drives innovative design. See below for the visual images.
One Community is demonstrating common sense eco-management through Highest Good education that is for all ages, applicable in any environment, adaptable to individual needs, far exceeds traditional education standards, and more fun for both the teachers and the students. This component of One Community is about 95% complete with only the Open Source School Licensing and Ultimate Classroom construction and assembly details remaining to be finished. We’ll report on the final two elements to be finished as we develop them.
With over 8 years of work invested in the process, the sections below are all complete until we move onto the property and continue the development and open sourcing process with teachers and students – a development process that is built directly into the structure of the education program and everything else we’re creating too:
One Community is demonstrating common sense eco-management through a Highest Good society approach to living that is founded on fulfilled living, the study of meeting human needs, Community, and making a difference in the world:
This week, the core team completed 57 hours managing One Community volunteer-work review not included above, emails, social media accounts, web development, new bug identification and bug-fix integration for the Highest Good Network software, and interviewing and getting set up new volunteer team members. The pictures below show some of this work.
The core team also worked on testing HGN PRs, delivering precise results for One Community this week. We confirmed the case for PR 485, ensuring the seamless operation of a custom Infringement email, an increased number of required hours for the current week, and the addition of one Blue Square. All functions operated as intended. We tested a case for recording a video addressing a bug where a user needs to be on a team to view their tasks, providing a video demonstration. In her testing efforts, she resolved PR#1169 and scrutinized the functionality of PR#994 on both Development and production (Main) environments. While testing the latter, aimed at blocking all but Jae’s accounts from editing his accounts, we found that we could add and delete badges, and add teams for Jae’s accounts, and observed that there was no warning message during the profile modification process. You can view this work in the collage below.
Another core team member continued to review Eckart Tolle’s audio of “A New Earth”, noting statements for possible inclusion in our One Community values page. This week, he also worked with Hayley Rosario revising and clarifying various aspects of the sections regarding the arrival of Pioneers to One Community’s property related to the Three and Twenty sections. You can view this work in the image below.
Aaron Wang (Fundraising Assistant) continued to help One Community with working on fundraising. This week, he researched six potential funders for future networking and partnership opportunities. The focus of his investigation included high-profile individuals and philanthropists: Robert Downey Jr., MacKenzie Scott, Salma Hayek, and her husband François-Henri Pinault, George Soros, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Aaron’s research analyzed their sustainability activities, philosophical approaches, and historical funding records. This included an examination of the organizations they have previously supported. The outcome of this research was compiled into a report intended to guide and enhance future connection strategies and networking efforts. Aaron’s work lays a foundational understanding of these potential funders’ philanthropic interests and past engagements, setting the stage for informed and strategic outreach in the future. Support a sustainable future by contributing to One Community’s fundraising efforts, where Common Sense Eco-management is at the forefront. Your donation plays a vital role in advancing eco-conscious initiatives and supporting the Highest Good Network’s commitment to responsible resource management and environmental stewardship. You can view this work in the image below.
Harsha Kulkarni (Data Analyst) continued working on One Community’s Google AdWords campaigns and Analytics details. This week, Harsha focused on resolving data population issues on page 1 of the OCG Google Analytics Looker page. The tasks involved rectifying the data source by redirecting it to GA4 and adjusting the scheduled email alert to align with the updated changes. These efforts were aimed at ensuring the accurate and up-to-date population of all pages in the report. Harsha also generated new ads for campaigns associated with pages currently without active campaigns. She created five new ads under the donation campaign, contributing to the ongoing optimization and expansion of campaign content. We unlock actionable insights and drive sustainable decision-making with our data analyst team at One Community, where Common Sense Eco-management is the cornerstone of informed strategies. You can see some of this in the picture below.
Julie Musicar (Sound Editor) continued to help One Community this week by going through the Google Doc and exploring a tutorial for implementing the timer. She began editing the podcast episodes, leveling, mixing, and mastering the audio to ensure optimal voice quality. She also generated music options, which can be found in Dropbox. We elevate auditory experiences with One Community’s sound editing team, prioritizing Common Sense Eco-management in crafting eco-conscious audio solutions. View this work in the collage below.
Vishvesh Sheora (Artificial Intelligence Specialist) focused on elevating the SEO performance of blog posts featured on the One Community website. This week, Vishvesh addressed a checklist for various posts on the live main site, fixing issues such as featured images and CSS text while adhering to WordPress protocols. His focus extended to optimizing SEO elements by rectifying inconsistencies in numbering and bullet points, thereby minimizing SEO discrepancies in the live post content. Lastly, he enhanced the SEO for the latest blogs on the live platform. We empower our AI solutions with One Community’s dedicated Artificial Intelligence Specialist, integrating Common Sense Eco-management principles to drive sustainable and innovative technological advancements. See the work in the image below.
This week, the Administration Team’s summary, covering their work administrating and managing most of One Community, was managed by Jamie Cruz (Administrative Assistant, Social Media Manager, and Team Manager) and includes Alyx Parr (Senior Support Specialist), Catherine Liu (Administrative and Analytics Assistant), Meenakshi Velayutham (Sustainability Associate), Olawunmi “Ola” Ijisesan (Administrative and Management Support), Ruiqi Liu (Administrative Assistant), Shaurya Sareen (Administrative Assistant), Xiaolai Li (Administrative Assistant). Discover the transformative impact of Common Sense Eco-management with One Community, empowering the Highest Good Network admin team to implement sustainable practices for a thriving and eco-conscious community. Alyx collaborated with Melina on summarizing and college-related tasks, focusing on refining two pages for the upcoming blog. Jamie, overseeing the administration team, managed the Blue Steel team, Core Team, and individual contributors, prioritizing editing tasks for tutorials and refining her social media management skills in collaboration with Sara. Meenakshi handled admin tasks, ensuring blog inclusivity, updating bios monitoring sheets, making bio announcements, and developing content from podcasts and an e-book chapter. Ola initiated a form creation project and, alongside creating collages, reviewed summaries, organized images for the blog, and collaborated with the PR Team. Ruiqi completed a four-step review process for multiple teams, created collages, and contributed to business plan development related to Energy and Roadway Infrastructure. Shaurya reviewed all of the pull requests, updated tracking sheets, and created a team summary and collage. Xiaolai organized documents, created summaries, reviewed cost analyses, and worked on a webpage for the weekly report. Catherine, starting as Administration and Analytics Assistant, completed onboarding checklists, familiarized herself with action items, and ensured an understanding of operational aspects associated with her duties. You can see the work for the team in the image below.
This week, the Blue Steel Team’s summary, covering their work on the Highest Good Network software, was managed by Yubo Sun (Full Stack Software Developer and Team Manager), and includes, Haohui Lin (Software Engineer), Mohit Bali (Software Developer), Nathan Hoffman (Software Engineer), Sávio Mendes (Full Stack Software Developer), Xiao Wang (Software Engineer), and Yongjian Pan (React.js/MongoDB Full Stack Software Developer). Elevate your software solutions with One Community’s Common Sense Eco-management, as the Highest Good Network software team pioneers sustainable practices for a greener and more efficient future. Yubo coordinated the team’s efforts, with Nathan reviewing Luis’s bug fix for managing summary intro, redirecting Jeffrey for linting problems, and engaging in discussions with Yubo about unit testing permissions. Nathan and the team worked on the permissions multi-checkbox, completed data entry, implemented it in various locations, and delved into hook research, leading to code refactoring for simplification. Nathan further accomplished all implementations of PermissionList, addressed associated bug fixes, and created PR 1548. In a parallel focus, Mohit, newly promoted to the Dev Team, worked on four high-priority PR reviews, investing time in familiarizing himself with the development task selection process. Despite the substantial time invested in understanding tasks and workflows, Mohit addressed the critical issue of the automatic timer stopping when viewing WBS details. Haohui concentrated on enhancing app features, specifically fixing permissions for editing tasks in PR#1466. Haohui also worked on developing functionality that assigned permissions to individual users, enabling manager accounts to access projects and edit project details while managing permissions assigned to individuals and ensuring rigorous code testing. Yubo, in addition to overseeing the team’s collaborative efforts, concentrated on unit tests for the LinkModButton component and potentially the UserLinkLayout. Resolving a pull request (PR) with a failed npm test, Yubo identified that the issue might stem from a permission rebuild, prompting a refactoring approach aligned with recommended practices for consistent code access permissions. Unfortunately, testing the pull was hindered by challenges in permission management. Yubo provided assistance to Shree in finalizing her assigned tasks, contributing to the overall progress of the team. Yongjian addressed merge conflicts within his pull request, PR #842, which aimed at implementing a dark mode across the entire application. However, post-resolving these conflicts, he encountered an issue where the toggle button and associated features for the dark mode were inadvertently removed. He compared the files changed on Github and worked on re-implementing the original features for this task in his local branch, aiming to reinstate the functionality as intended. Sávio undertook the assignment of creating the new “Overview Report” page. His responsibilities included designing mock-ups, and prototypes, and exploring Data Visualization techniques suitable for implementation on this page. Sávio developed two versions of visualization employing the Donut Graph: one featuring attached labels and another with separate labels listed alongside. The complete design of the page was not finalized. The collage below shows some of this work.
This week, the Expressers Team’s summary, covering their work on the Highest Good Network software, was managed by Tim Kent (Full Stack Software Engineer) and includes Aishwarya Kalkundrikar (Full Stack Software Developer), Harshida Dalal (Software Engineer), Olga Yudkin (Software Engineer), Sahil Patel (Frontend Developer), and Vishala Ramasamy (Software Developer). Optimize your software development process with the One Community advantage, leveraging Common Sense Eco-management to empower the Highest Good Network software team in creating sustainable, cutting-edge solutions for a brighter future. Aishwarya implemented modifications to the pull request (PR#605) for the building Tool schema in accordance with Tim’s specific requirements. Vishala began work on the Add Materials Page, creating two backend APIs to fetch material types for display on the frontend and to create a new material type. She implemented user-friendly validations using JOI on the frontend, allowing the material type to accept either a custom unit or a pre-existing unit in the database. Olga finalized the design and refactoring of the tool view component, initiating backend development for the single tool view page. She addressed responsive design issues in the project summary component and compiled a list of data for extraction from the backend. Harshida focused on the Filter Material list for the BM Dashboard, completing the task by adding a select input labeled Material. She also ensured that option fields in the select input were appropriately mapped to all materials used in the current Project filter selection and dynamically adjusted based on the user’s project selection. Besides, she integrated a filter function that executed project and material filters for a refined result. Tim rounded off the week by finalizing updates on the frontend and backend branches for Purchase Request: Material, incorporating new fields into the form, and enhancing its adaptive styling with CSS rules. He also resolved conflicts and linting errors, presenting detailed pull requests. Sahil focused on PR reviews and unit testing, examining updates through PRs #1536, 612, 1556, 1554, 1547, 1546, 1540, 1541, 1552, 1559, 1557, 1558, and 1560. He ensured the effective implementation of the .nvmrc configuration and did thorough unit tests on various components like tooltips, pie charts, and modal components. The collage below shows some of this work.
This week, Moonfall Team’s summary, covering their work on the Highest Good Network software, was managed by Navneeth Krishna (Software Engineer) and includes Abdelmounaim “Abdel” Lallouache (Software Developer), Anny Wang (Software Engineer), Cheng-Yun Chuang (Software Engineer), Haoji Bian (Software Engineer), Jiadong Zhang (Software Engineer), Ruike Qiu (Software Engineer), Tzu Ning “Leo” Chueh (Software Engineer), Xiao Fei (Software Engineer), Yi Lin (Software Engineer), Yihan Liu (Software Engineer), YuFu Liao (Software Engineer), Zijie “Cyril” Yu (Software Engineer) and Zubing Guo (Software Engineer). Revolutionize your software development journey with One Community’s Common Sense Eco-management, as the Highest Good Network software team pioneers sustainable coding practices, fostering innovation that aligns with environmental stewardship for a brighter future. Abdelmounaim integrated the ‘add profile picture’ option into the new user setup, implementing functionalities to validate image size and type, along with a modal to notify users when the selected size or file type isn’t acceptable. Anny focused on creating the UI and modal for the new team member. She navigated through the requirements and designed the UI. Haoji focused on improving the application’s email communication system by shifting from a standard email service to utilizing Gmail’s robust sending capabilities. Jiadong incorporated a button in the dashboard, aiming to present the badge through a more versatile and accessible pop-up interface. Yi accomplished the unit tests and passed for PR#1554, PR#1558, PR#1559, PR#1547, PR#1541, PR#1546. He also fixed minor formatting issues on dashboard and profile pages. Cheng-Yun reviewed 13 pull requests spanning both the HGNRest backend and HighestGoodNetworkApp frontend repositories, with an emphasis on frontend PRs, along with attention to backend PR#602. Navneeth addressed the task “Permissions Mngmnt: See Teams Management Tab (Create Teams and edit team members only),” incorporating updates from the Permissions Management Fixes document. He also reviewed PRs & in his role as Team Manager, oversaw daily monitoring, weekly work reviews, task delegation, and training teammates in team management duties. Ruike implemented an indicator for active or inactive users on team pages. Tzu Ning focused on backend scripts, concentrating on badge management and time tracking, reviewed and approved PRs #1528, #1529, and #1530, and restored a mistakenly deleted bug in the project’s Google Docs. Xiao F finished the task ‘Add floating and dismissable team notification modal’ and completed the feature enabling owners to edit and update ChatGPT prompt text, initiating pull requests with testing instructions. Yihan streamlined the project, removing redundant code, enhancing logic in front-end and back-end files, and resolving conflicts post-merging, creating PRs #1535 and #611. Yufu focused on making columns editable by Owners on the User Management Page, introducing popup windows and enhancing backend development. Zijie revisited pull requests for the HighestGoodNetworkApp repository, making revisions to enhance implementation methods and contributing to tasks within the ‘src/component/Memberships/’ directory. Zubing integrated the ‘Write it for me’ button into the summary page, restructuring frontend code. Look below for a collage of their work.
This week, Reactonauts’ Team’s summary, covering their work on the Highest Good Network software, was managed by Carl Bebl (Software Developer) and includes Jiangwei Shi (Full Stack Engineer), Jiyuan Xia (Software Engineer), Obeda Velonjatovo (Front End Developer/Software Developer), Ramya Ramasamy (Full Stack Developer), Shantanu Kumar (Full Stack Software Developer), Shihao Xiong (Software Engineer), Shivansh Sharma (Software Developer), Shiwani Rajagopalan (Software Engineer), Shrey Jain (Software Engineer), Vikram Badhan (Software Engineer), Wanting Xu (Software Engineer), Yixiao Jiang (Software Engineer) and Zuhang Xu (Software Engineer). Elevate your software solutions with One Community’s cutting-edge approach, integrating Common Sense Eco-management to empower the Highest Good Network software team. Embrace sustainability in every line of code for a more efficient and environmentally conscious digital landscape. Shantanu completed the creation of test cases for the NewModal and Pie Chart components, subsequently initiating a pull request for review. Zuhang Xu reviewed feedback from the previous Pull Request. Yixiao focused on render tests, integration tests, Redux tests, and edge case analysis. Jiangwei concentrated on developing unit tests for the ProjectTable component. Vikram configured the local frontend and backend environments and engaged in the review of seven pull requests, namely, #1492, #1528, #1530, #1560, #1559, #1558, and #1556. Shivansh addressed a critical bug that allowed a user to delete a team or project without the required permissions, possibly stemming from a security gap within the user’s profile during these deletion attempts. Wanting completed task #437 by adding a copy icon to the Weekly Summaries Reports and subsequently submitted a pull request (PR) for the task. She also resolved task #401, fixing the X hours in X weeks streak badges for accurate user achievement display. Shiwani focused on writing unit tests for the BadgeDevelopmentTable component, creating mock data and formulating eight test cases to ensure proper rendering, functionality of tooltips, correct display of badge details, and the handling of buttons and checkmarks. She submitted PR#1547 for a testing review. Carl concentrated on refining the modification of the suggestion modal, limiting it to email modifications, and initiated an issue on the reordering of suggestion options. He participated in peer review meetings with the Reactonauts team, providing valuable feedback on multiple pull requests, and addressing issues #1528, #1529, #1530, #1532, #1540, #1541, #1545, and #1548. Jiyuan reviewed 5 PRs and maintained code quality. Shihao reviewed and approved PR#1545, assigned critical unit test tasks, and raised significant PRs #1540 and #1556. Shrey focused on writing unit test cases for the Paging.jsx component, submitting PR#1559 for peer review. Ramya resolved lint fixes, initiating three Pull Requests (1550, 1552, 1553), and addressing lint fixes for the user profile module and its sub-modules. Look below for pictures of this work.
This week, Skye’s summary, covering their work on the Highest Good Network software, was managed by Luis Arevalo (Front End Developer) and includes Bailey Mejia (Software Engineer), Fan Yang (Software Engineer), Jerry Ren (Full Stack Developer), Roberto Contreras (Software Developer) and Tuan Dinh (Software Engineer). Transform your digital initiatives with One Community’s innovative ethos, incorporating Common Sense Eco-management to guide the Highest Good Network software team. Harness sustainable software practices for a greener and more efficient technological future. Fan enhanced the functionality of the software by addressing a critical issue in pull request (PR) #1537, which involved fixing letters with accents and their interaction with the search feature. Tuan authored Unit Tests for TeamsReportCharts.jsx, TeamsReportLogs.jsx, and UserLoginPrivileges.jsx components. Bailey prepared for the loading task section speed, submitted a pull request (PR) for a new personal max badge and resolved a delay in badge assignment. Jerry addressed issues related to undefined values in `changeBadgeCount()`. He resolved the problem by modifying the argument to `badgeCollection[i].count`, ensuring the proper removal of the last badge earned in a streak. Jerry also identified and corrected an inconsistency in the mongoose aggregate function, ensuring the correct sorting of streak badges by weeks and total hours. Roberto tackled the time zone API issue, merging a pull request for the Ukraine time zone problem. He addressed multiple decimal points in intangible time entry hours using the `toFixed(2)` function. Luis addressed a bug and generated a pull request (PR) to incorporate functionality for adding users to projects and granting administrators permission to remove users from projects. He shifted focus to a new feature enabling Jae to monitor the number of warnings issued to users. Luis discussed the details of the features with Jae and started building a part of the project using the Figma design he made. See the collage below for their work.
The PR Review Team’s summary covering their work on the Highest Good Network software, was managed by Shaurya Sareen (Administrative Assistant). This week’s active members of this team were: Anish Pandita (Software Engineer), Changhao Li (Software Engineer), Demi Zayas (Software Engineer), Hemsharavanan Bharathithasan (Software Engineer), Kavya Alla (Software Engineer), Keyun Huang (Software Engineer), Kurtis Ivey (Software Engineer), Lu Wang (Software Engineer), Palak Gosalia (Software Engineer), Shengwei Peng (Software Engineer), Shuhua Liu (Software Engineer), Xuying He (Software Engineer), Zichan Yang (Software Engineer). Communicate sustainable initiatives that resonate, shaping a positive image for a conscious and eco-friendly community. They reviewed all the Highest Good Network PRs (Pull Requests) shared in this week’s update. The collage below shows a compilation of the work from this team.
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