What version of javarosa library is in odk collect 1.1.7?

Hi guys,
What version of the javarosa library is found in Collect 1.1.7. I need to
tell a programmer which version to download.

Thanks

Joaquin

··· ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: "David Ng" Date: Jul 14, 2011 12:54 AM Subject: Re: Java Development Outsourcing To: "Joaquín Blaya"

Dear Joaquin,

My bitBucket ID is davidng.

I ask for the version of Javarosa, because to evaluate the effort, i
really have to look at the current problem and at least reproduce it.
Yesterday, I checked out the latest code of Javarosa, and after compilation,
I found it quite different from the one included in ODK Collection 1.1.7. So
I would like to know the version of Javarosa included in ODK Collection
1.1.7 as well.

Best regards,
David

On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 9:37 PM, Joaquín Blaya jblaya@ehealthsystems.clwrote:

Hi David,
You're right about the version of ODK-Voice, if you look at the
requirements it mentions that access to the updated version in bitBucket
will be given after the proposal, but I thin.k you're right in wanting to
look at the code. If you give me a bitbucket account user (which is free to
create) I can give you access to the latest code.

About the version of the javarosa libraries. It's the one used in
ODK-Collect 1.1.7 as mentioned in the specs. However, that library jar file
has already been included in the code and the changes made in the code, the
problem is debugging that implementation. Does that make sense?

And as far as not working on this program, I also believe it's not
essential. The idea is to create a long term relationship to use ODK and the
open source electronic medical record OpenMRS.

Annie, as far as your question about budget, I estimate approximately
US$1,000.

If you need anything else from me for the quote let me know.

Warm regards,

Joaquin
On Jul 13, 2011 6:30 AM, "David Ng" david.ng@citigo.net wrote:

Dear Joaquin,

I'm reviewing your project and I have 2 quick questions:

  • You mentioned that the NullPointerException is at line 587 of
    org.odk.voice.logic.FormVxmlRender. However, when I checkout the latest
    source of ODK Voice, line 587 is a method declaration (adminMainMenu), so
    I
    think we may not use the expected version
  • That leads me to the second question. Can you please give the exact
    details of versions of
  • ODK Voice that we're supposed to work on
  • Javarosa that you want to us to integrate to this ODK Voice

Regarding our skills about ODK, we haven't worked in this technology
before, but I believe it is not a major problem.

Best regards,
David

On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 1:44 PM, Annie Loi sales@citigo.net wrote:

**

Hi Joaquín,

I'm Annie, Sales Executive from Citigo Pte Ltd. Thank you very much for
contacting us for Java Development Service.

I have passed the requirements to our Business Analyst, David Ng, and he
will review the requirements and will get back to you with a quote or
any

questions where applicable. The review time can vary from 2 to 4 days.
And

if possible, please kindly share the budget range for this project?

Please find below the explaination for your questions:

1. the amount of time that you guarantee your code for bugs i.e. if we
find a bug within 6 months you would fix it?

Yes, bug fixing would be warranted within 01 year.

2. the form and scheduling of payment

For Java Development service with Project basis, hourly rate is:
$20.00/h

Regarding to payment schedule and method, please refer to below passages
for details:******


a. For projects with total value of more than USD $10,000, the
payment schedule would be set as following:****

· First installment: 40% of Contract’s total value, paid after
signing Contract****

· Second installment*: 40%* of Contract’s total value, paid at
commencement of pilot go-live****

· Third installment: 20% of Contract’s total value, paid at
launch of system****


b. For projects with total value between USD $4,000 – USD $10,000,
the payment schedule would be set as following:****

· First installment: 50% of Contract’s total value, paid upfront
when signing Contract****

· Second installment: 50% of Contract’s total value, paid after
the project is accomplished****


c. For projects with total value of *between USD $1,000 – USD $4,000
*, the payment schedule would be set as following:

· First installment: 70% of Contract’s total value, paid
upfront when signing Contract****

· Second installment: 30% of Contract’s total value, paid after
the project is accomplished****


d. For projects with total value of less than USD $1,000, *100%*of
Contract’s total value should be paid before the project commencement.


3. are you able to accept requirements in spanish?

No, we do not speak Spanish. Please kindly provide
requirements/specifications in English

*4. have you worked before with either open source system OpenMRS or
Open

Data Kit (ODK)?
*
Please find the attached file for our Java developers skill sets and
have a

look at our company profile and portfolio (page 12-17) which can be
downloaded from:

http://softwareoutsourcing.biz/downloads/citigoprofile/Citigo_Profile.pdf

Looking forward to hearing from you soon,
Annie Loi Sales & Marketing Executive CITIGO Tel: +65 9164 4308
Add: No.16 Raffles Quay, #33-03 Hong Leong Building, Singapore (048581)
Visit

us at: www.citigo.net | www.softwareoutsourcing.biz
http://www.citigo.net
----------------------- Original Message -----------------------

From: Joaquín Blayajblaya@ehealthsystems.cl<
Blaya%3Cjblaya@ehealthsystems.cl>

To: Sales@citigo.net
Cc:
Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2011 21:18:02 -0400
Subject: Java Development Outsourcing

I am looking to have this Java project outsourced. I am attaching the
technical requirements documento to this email and would like to receive
a

quote from you regarding this project.

I would like to have this be project based and not hire a developer
directly.

Also, I wanted to know

  1. the amount of time that you guarantee your code for bugs i.e. if we
    find

a bug within 6 months you would fix it?
2. the form and scheduling of payment
3. are you able to accept requirements in spanish
4. have you worked before with either open source system OpenMRS or Open
Data Kit (ODK)?

Warm regards,

Joaquin


Gerente de Desarrollo, eHealth Systems http://www.ehs-chile.com
Research Fellow, Escuela de Medicina de Harvard <http://hms.harvard.edu

Moderador, GHDOnline.org http://www.ghdonline.org

--
David Ng Project Manager CITIGO Tel: +65 9164 4308 Add: No.16
Raffles
Quay, #33-03 Hong Leong Building, Singapore (048581) Visit us at:
www.citigo.net | www.softwareoutsourcing.biz http://www.citigo.net/

--
David Ng Project Manager CITIGO Tel: +65 9164 4308 Add: No.16 Raffles
Quay, #33-03 Hong Leong Building, Singapore (048581) Visit us at:
www.citigo.net | www.softwareoutsourcing.biz http://www.citigo.net/

good question. i think the version that is in the beta will be different
than the version we have in trunk. i'd just grab javarosa trunk and use that
for now. there isn't a lot of difference...

··· On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 22:10, Joaquín Blaya wrote:

Hi guys,
What version of the javarosa library is found in Collect 1.1.7. I need to
tell a programmer which version to download.

Thanks

Joaquin
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "David Ng" david.ng@citigo.net
Date: Jul 14, 2011 12:54 AM
Subject: Re: Java Development Outsourcing
To: "Joaquín Blaya" jblaya@ehealthsystems.cl

Dear Joaquin,

My bitBucket ID is davidng.

I ask for the version of Javarosa, because to evaluate the effort, i
really have to look at the current problem and at least reproduce it.
Yesterday, I checked out the latest code of Javarosa, and after compilation,
I found it quite different from the one included in ODK Collection 1.1.7. So
I would like to know the version of Javarosa included in ODK Collection
1.1.7 as well.

Best regards,
David

On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 9:37 PM, Joaquín Blaya jblaya@ehealthsystems.clwrote:

Hi David,
You're right about the version of ODK-Voice, if you look at the
requirements it mentions that access to the updated version in bitBucket
will be given after the proposal, but I thin.k you're right in wanting to
look at the code. If you give me a bitbucket account user (which is free to
create) I can give you access to the latest code.

About the version of the javarosa libraries. It's the one used in
ODK-Collect 1.1.7 as mentioned in the specs. However, that library jar file
has already been included in the code and the changes made in the code, the
problem is debugging that implementation. Does that make sense?

And as far as not working on this program, I also believe it's not
essential. The idea is to create a long term relationship to use ODK and the
open source electronic medical record OpenMRS.

Annie, as far as your question about budget, I estimate approximately
US$1,000.

If you need anything else from me for the quote let me know.

Warm regards,

Joaquin
On Jul 13, 2011 6:30 AM, "David Ng" david.ng@citigo.net wrote:

Dear Joaquin,

I'm reviewing your project and I have 2 quick questions:

  • You mentioned that the NullPointerException is at line 587 of
    org.odk.voice.logic.FormVxmlRender. However, when I checkout the latest
    source of ODK Voice, line 587 is a method declaration (adminMainMenu),
    so I
    think we may not use the expected version
  • That leads me to the second question. Can you please give the exact
    details of versions of
  • ODK Voice that we're supposed to work on
  • Javarosa that you want to us to integrate to this ODK Voice

Regarding our skills about ODK, we haven't worked in this technology
before, but I believe it is not a major problem.

Best regards,
David

On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 1:44 PM, Annie Loi sales@citigo.net wrote:

**

Hi Joaquín,

I'm Annie, Sales Executive from Citigo Pte Ltd. Thank you very much for
contacting us for Java Development Service.

I have passed the requirements to our Business Analyst, David Ng, and
he

will review the requirements and will get back to you with a quote or
any

questions where applicable. The review time can vary from 2 to 4 days.
And

if possible, please kindly share the budget range for this project?

Please find below the explaination for your questions:

1. the amount of time that you guarantee your code for bugs i.e. if we
find a bug within 6 months you would fix it?

Yes, bug fixing would be warranted within 01 year.

2. the form and scheduling of payment

For Java Development service with Project basis, hourly rate is:
$20.00/h

Regarding to payment schedule and method, please refer to below
passages

for details:******


a. For projects with total value of more than USD $10,000, the
payment schedule would be set as following:****

· First installment: 40% of Contract’s total value, paid after
signing Contract****

· Second installment*: 40%* of Contract’s total value, paid at
commencement of pilot go-live****

· Third installment: 20% of Contract’s total value, paid at
launch of system****


b. For projects with total value between USD $4,000 – USD $10,000,
the payment schedule would be set as following:****

· First installment: 50% of Contract’s total value, paid upfront
when signing Contract****

· Second installment: 50% of Contract’s total value, paid after
the project is accomplished****


c. For projects with total value of *between USD $1,000 – USD $4,000
*, the payment schedule would be set as following:

· First installment: 70% of Contract’s total value, paid
upfront when signing Contract****

· Second installment: 30% of Contract’s total value, paid after
the project is accomplished****


d. For projects with total value of less than USD $1,000, *100%*of
Contract’s total value should be paid before the project commencement.


3. are you able to accept requirements in spanish?

No, we do not speak Spanish. Please kindly provide
requirements/specifications in English

*4. have you worked before with either open source system OpenMRS or
Open

Data Kit (ODK)?
*
Please find the attached file for our Java developers skill sets and
have a

look at our company profile and portfolio (page 12-17) which can be
downloaded from:

http://softwareoutsourcing.biz/downloads/citigoprofile/Citigo_Profile.pdf

Looking forward to hearing from you soon,
Annie Loi Sales & Marketing Executive CITIGO Tel: +65 9164 4308
Add: No.16 Raffles Quay, #33-03 Hong Leong Building, Singapore (048581)
Visit

us at: www.citigo.net | www.softwareoutsourcing.biz
http://www.citigo.net
----------------------- Original Message -----------------------

From: Joaquín Blayajblaya@ehealthsystems.cl<
Blaya%3Cjblaya@ehealthsystems.cl>

To: Sales@citigo.net
Cc:
Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2011 21:18:02 -0400
Subject: Java Development Outsourcing

I am looking to have this Java project outsourced. I am attaching the
technical requirements documento to this email and would like to
receive a

quote from you regarding this project.

I would like to have this be project based and not hire a developer
directly.

Also, I wanted to know

  1. the amount of time that you guarantee your code for bugs i.e. if we
    find

a bug within 6 months you would fix it?
2. the form and scheduling of payment
3. are you able to accept requirements in spanish
4. have you worked before with either open source system OpenMRS or
Open

Data Kit (ODK)?

Warm regards,

Joaquin


Gerente de Desarrollo, eHealth Systems http://www.ehs-chile.com
Research Fellow, Escuela de Medicina de Harvard <
http://hms.harvard.edu>

Moderador, GHDOnline.org http://www.ghdonline.org

--
David Ng Project Manager CITIGO Tel: +65 9164 4308 Add: No.16
Raffles
Quay, #33-03 Hong Leong Building, Singapore (048581) Visit us at:
www.citigo.net | www.softwareoutsourcing.biz http://www.citigo.net/

--
David Ng Project Manager CITIGO Tel: +65 9164 4308 Add: No.16
Raffles Quay, #33-03 Hong Leong Building, Singapore (048581) Visit us
at: www.citigo.net | www.softwareoutsourcing.biz http://www.citigo.net/

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Thanks Yaw and I'm glad I finally asked a good question :smiley:

J

good question. i think the version that is in the beta will be different
than the version we have in trunk. i'd just grab javarosa trunk and use
that

··· On Jul 14, 2011 1:14 AM, "Yaw Anokwa" wrote: > for now. there isn't a lot of difference... > > On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 22:10, Joaquín Blaya >> Hi guys, >> What version of the javarosa library is found in Collect 1.1.7. I need to >> tell a programmer which version to download. >> >> Thanks >> >> Joaquin >> ---------- Forwarded message ---------- >> From: "David Ng" >> Date: Jul 14, 2011 12:54 AM >> Subject: Re: Java Development Outsourcing >> To: "Joaquín Blaya" >> >> Dear Joaquin, >> >> My bitBucket ID is davidng. >> >> I ask for the version of Javarosa, because to evaluate the effort, i >> really have to look at the current problem and at least reproduce it. >> Yesterday, I checked out the latest code of Javarosa, and after compilation, >> I found it quite different from the one included in ODK Collection 1.1.7. So >> I would like to know the version of Javarosa included in ODK Collection >> 1.1.7 as well. >> >> Best regards, >> David >> >> >> On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 9:37 PM, Joaquín Blaya > >>> Hi David, >>> You're right about the version of ODK-Voice, if you look at the >>> requirements it mentions that access to the updated version in bitBucket >>> will be given after the proposal, but I thin.k you're right in wanting to >>> look at the code. If you give me a bitbucket account user (which is free to >>> create) I can give you access to the latest code. >>> >>> About the version of the javarosa libraries. It's the one used in >>> ODK-Collect 1.1.7 as mentioned in the specs. However, that library jar file >>> has already been included in the code and the changes made in the code, the >>> problem is debugging that implementation. Does that make sense? >>> >>> And as far as not working on this program, I also believe it's not >>> essential. The idea is to create a long term relationship to use ODK and the >>> open source electronic medical record OpenMRS. >>> >>> Annie, as far as your question about budget, I estimate approximately >>> US$1,000. >>> >>> If you need anything else from me for the quote let me know. >>> >>> Warm regards, >>> >>> Joaquin >>> On Jul 13, 2011 6:30 AM, "David Ng" wrote: >>> > Dear Joaquin, >>> > >>> > I'm reviewing your project and I have 2 quick questions: >>> > >>> > - You mentioned that the NullPointerException is at line 587 of >>> > org.odk.voice.logic.FormVxmlRender. However, when I checkout the latest >>> > source of ODK Voice, line 587 is a method declaration (adminMainMenu), >>> so I >>> > think we may not use the expected version >>> > - That leads me to the second question. Can you please give the exact >>> > details of versions of >>> > - ODK Voice that we're supposed to work on >>> > - Javarosa that you want to us to integrate to this ODK Voice >>> > >>> > Regarding our skills about ODK, we haven't worked in this technology >>> > before, but I believe it is not a major problem. >>> > >>> > Best regards, >>> > David >>> > >>> > >>> > On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 1:44 PM, Annie Loi wrote: >>> > >>> >> ** >>> >> >>> >> Hi Joaquín, >>> >> >>> >> I'm Annie, Sales Executive from Citigo Pte Ltd. Thank you very much for >>> >> contacting us for Java Development Service. >>> >> >>> >> I have passed the requirements to our Business Analyst, David Ng, and >>> he >>> >> will review the requirements and will get back to you with a quote or >>> any >>> >> questions where applicable. The review time can vary from 2 to 4 days. >>> And >>> >> if possible, please kindly share the budget range for this project? >>> >> >>> >> Please find below the explaination for your questions: >>> >> >>> >> *1. the amount of time that you guarantee your code for bugs i.e. if we >>> >> find a bug within 6 months you would fix it?* >>> >> >>> >> Yes, bug fixing would be warranted within 01 year. >>> >> >>> >> *2. the form and scheduling of payment* >>> >> >>> >> For Java Development service with Project basis, hourly rate is: >>> $20.00/h >>> >> >>> >> Regarding to payment schedule and method, please refer to below >>> passages >>> >> for details:****** >>> >> >>> >> ** ** >>> >> >>> >> a. For projects with total value of *more than USD $10,000*, the >>> >> payment schedule would be set as following:**** >>> >> >>> >> · First installment: *40%* of Contract’s total value, paid after >>> >> signing Contract**** >>> >> >>> >> · Second installment*: 40%* of Contract’s total value, paid at >>> >> commencement of pilot go-live**** >>> >> >>> >> · Third installment: *20%* of Contract’s total value, paid at >>> >> launch of system**** >>> >> >>> >> ** ** >>> >> >>> >> b. For projects with total value *between USD $4,000 – USD $10,000*, >>> >> the payment schedule would be set as following:**** >>> >> >>> >> · First installment: *50%* of Contract’s total value, paid upfront >>> >> when signing Contract**** >>> >> >>> >> · Second installment: *50%* of Contract’s total value, paid after >>> >> the project is accomplished**** >>> >> >>> >> ** ** >>> >> >>> >> c. For projects with total value of *between USD $1,000 – USD $4,000 >>> >> *, the payment schedule would be set as following: >>> >> >>> >> · First installment: *70%* of Contract’s total value, paid >>> >> upfront when signing Contract**** >>> >> >>> >> · Second installment: *30%* of Contract’s total value, paid after >>> >> the project is accomplished**** >>> >> **** >>> >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> >> d. For projects with total value of *less than USD $1,000*, *100%*of >>> Contract’s total value should be paid before the project commencement. >>> >> **** >>> >> >>> >> *3. are you able to accept requirements in spanish?* >>> >> >>> >> No, we do not speak Spanish. Please kindly provide >>> >> requirements/specifications in English >>> >> >>> >> *4. have you worked before with either open source system OpenMRS or >>> Open >>> >> Data Kit (ODK)? >>> >> * >>> >> Please find the attached file for our Java developers skill sets and >>> have a >>> >> look at our company profile and portfolio (page 12-17) which can be >>> >> downloaded from: >>> >> >>> http://softwareoutsourcing.biz/downloads/citigoprofile/Citigo_Profile.pdf >>> >> >>> >> Looking forward to hearing from you soon, >>> >> *Annie Loi* *Sales & Marketing Executive* *CITIGO* Tel: +65 9164 4308 >>> >> Add: No.16 Raffles Quay, #33-03 Hong Leong Building, Singapore (048581) >>> Visit >>> >> us at: www.citigo.net | www.softwareoutsourcing.biz >>> >> >>> >> ----------------------- *Original Message* ----------------------- >>> >> >>> >> *From:* Joaquín Blaya< >>> Blaya%3Cjblaya@ehealthsystems.cl> >>> >>> >> *To:* Sales@citigo.net >>> >> *Cc:* >>> >> *Date:* Tue, 12 Jul 2011 21:18:02 -0400 >>> >> *Subject: Java Development Outsourcing* >>> >> >>> >> I am looking to have this Java project outsourced. I am attaching the >>> >> technical requirements documento to this email and would like to >>> receive a >>> >> quote from you regarding this project. >>> >> >>> >> I would like to have this be project based and not hire a developer >>> >> directly. >>> >> >>> >> Also, I wanted to know >>> >> 1. the amount of time that you guarantee your code for bugs i.e. if we >>> find >>> >> a bug within 6 months you would fix it? >>> >> 2. the form and scheduling of payment >>> >> 3. are you able to accept requirements in spanish >>> >> 4. have you worked before with either open source system OpenMRS or >>> Open >>> >> Data Kit (ODK)? >>> >> >>> >> Warm regards, >>> >> >>> >> Joaquin >>> >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> >> ___________________________________________________________________ >>> >> Gerente de Desarrollo, eHealth Systems >>> >> Research Fellow, Escuela de Medicina de Harvard < >>> http://hms.harvard.edu> >>> >> Moderador, GHDOnline.org >>> >>> >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> > >>> > >>> > -- >>> > *David Ng* *Project Manager* *CITIGO* Tel: +65 9164 4308 Add: No.16 >>> Raffles >>> > Quay, #33-03 Hong Leong Building, Singapore (048581) Visit us at: >>> > www.citigo.net | www.softwareoutsourcing.biz >>> >> >> >> >> -- >> *David Ng* *Project Manager* *CITIGO* Tel: +65 9164 4308 Add: No.16 >> Raffles Quay, #33-03 Hong Leong Building, Singapore (048581) Visit us >> at: www.citigo.net | www.softwareoutsourcing.biz >> >> -- >> Post: opendatakit@googlegroups.com >> Unsubscribe: opendatakit+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com >> Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en >> > > -- > Post: opendatakit@googlegroups.com > Unsubscribe: opendatakit+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com > Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en