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    Dear Tangoers,

    Waltz 1.0.x has been released!

    Shortly speaking this release introduces major changes in tech stack of Waltz:

    • plugable architecture
    • npm dependencies management
    • Vanila JS6+/RxJS middleware
    • Webpack/rollup plugins GitHub template repositories
    • UI/UX improvements

    Full release description can be found here: GitHub/waltz

    Live demo (feel free to use tango-cs/tango credentials): AmazonCloud

    Cheers,

    HZG & IK teams

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    Dear Tangoers,

    Tango Controls Steering committee and IK company have been looking closely to the COVID-19 situation during the several weeks. We are very sorry to say but up till now most of the countries keep their borders closed and travel is not permitted.

    Due to these circumstances which are beyond our control, the Tango Controls meeting 2020 is postponed from June to November 2020 in the hope that it will then be possible to travel and meet in St Petersburg. THe new dates are:

        November, 17-19 2020.

    We really hope that the situation in November will be safe and we all will be able to meet face-2-face and have a productive and exciting meeting in the beautiful city of St Petersburg! Thank you for understanding.

    In the meantime a compact virtual meeting is planned for the 10 June so that the community stays informed of progress for the core projects. More details to follow on this site.

    Looking forward to seeing you online in June and face-2-face in Saint Petersburg!

    We wish you all good health.

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    Dear Tangoers,

    We at IK Company, being organizers of the Tango Controls Users meeting 2020 at Saint Petersburg, observe the situation with COVID-19 very closely.

    As for now everything remains according to the schedule.

    However, taking into the account recent updates in many companies and their policies concerning business trips, we have prolonged the deadlines for registration, payment etc till May, 20th 2020.

     

    In case of any other changes we will inform you at once.

    We wish you all good health!

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    Tango Controls 2020 meeting contest

    From March, 9th till June, 9th 2020.

    Make a contribution and get All products pack from JetBrains for free!

    Registrants of the meeting have a chance to win a 1-year All products pack personal license from JetBrains!

    To be nominated, make a contribution(s) in a period from March, 9th till June, 9th 2020 to any repository in one or both of GitHub organizations: tango-controls or waltz-controls.

    Contribution can be everything: from making PR that fixes a typo or PR that performs a full scale refactoring or just creating an issue.

    Please create an issue with a link to your contribution in a dedicated repository to participate in the contest.

    The jury will choose 2 contributions to be awarded. Another 1 contribution will be chosen by the community.

    Register for the meeting and participate/vote!

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    Dear Tangoers,

    I am pleased to announce new releases:

    Waltz - v0.7.4 and Tango Rest Server - 1.17

    New Waltz version features:

    • New look and feel compliant with material design
    • HintWidget
    • Performance improvements
    • Migration to NodeJS and new architecture, first steps

    Full info about the release can be found here: GitHub release - v0.7.4

    Live demo in Amazon cloud: link

    Use tango-cs/tango to authorize

    Tango Rest Server release 1.17:

    • Compatibility with JDK11+
    • Minor improvements

    Full info about the release can be found here: GitHub release - 1.17

    Please feel free to create issues including your wishes and ideas on GitHub

    Cheers,

    Igor

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    We are pleased to announce that the latest TangoBox is available for launching on Amazon Web Services.

    The related AMI ID is: 

    ami-0a2e0cddaa68be39f

    It contains all the applications of standard TangoBox and RDP remote desktop connection. Please refer to the documentation.

    This image lowers the barrier even more for trying out and testing the full suite of Tango Controls tools!

    Thanks to S2Innovation for providing this useful service!

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    The new Taurus 4.6.1 has been released.

    https://github.com/taurus-org/taurus/releases/tag/4.6.1

    The documentation (including installation instructions for different platforms) is available at:

    http://www.taurus-scada.org

    For a detailed list of changes, see the CHANGELOG and the issue tracker.

    PS: also, the taurus_pyqtgraph plugin (which adds pyqtgraph-based plot widgets) is now available from PyPI

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    Dear Tangoers,

    I am pleased to announce new Waltz release - v0.7.3

    This version features (including v0.7.[0-2]):

    • New Dashboard with multiple profiles stored per user basis
    • TableWidget
    • PlotlyWidget
    • ListWidget
    • ManagerWidget 
    • Redesigned Tango device control panel
    • Redesigned Info panels
    • Bug fixes and optimizations e.g. using WebGL for plots

    Full info about the release can be found here: GitHub release - v0.7.3

    Waltz has been dockerized. It is now super easy to give it a try:

    $> wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/waltz-controls/waltz/v0.7.3/docker-compose.yml
    $> docker-compose up
    $> firefox http://localhost:8080/waltz

    Open your browser and navigate to http://localhost:8080/waltz

    Or try a live demo in Amazon cloud: link

    Use tango-cs/tango to authorize

    Please feel free to create issues including your wishes and ideas on GitHub

    Cheers,

    Igor

     

    P.S. the project has been moved to a dedicated GitHub org: new link

  • Hi Tangoers,

    Following the Tango Community Meeting in Hamburg, we have started work on Tongo Controls protocol formal specification (RFCs). The RFCs will be base for future development.

    The current state is visible on the GitHub: https://github.com/tango-controls/rfc

    We are looking for contributors. You may contribute by:

    • writing parts of the specification
    •  reviewing and commenting on what is written (PR reviews)

    If you would like to contribute, please:

    We need you!

  • The new Sardana 2.8.0 (corresponding to the Jul19 milestone) has been released.

    The source files and Windows installers can be downloaded from:

    https://github.com/sardana-org/sardana/releases/tag/2.8.0

    The documentation is available at:

    www.sardana-controls.org

    For a detailed list of changes see CHANGELOG and issue tracker.

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    The cumbia-telegram bot is a small server employing the Telegram bot API to establish a communication between an authorized user  and a control system managed by the cumbia libraries. It can be used to:

    • get notifications about the control system status
    • read any source supported by the control system engines
    • employ formulas to get custom notifications:  alert  sr/diagnostics/dcct_s4 < 10

    Special care has been taken in realizing a safe application that protects the control system from both overloading and unauthorized access. The interaction with the messaging application is made effortless by the history, bookmark and alias modules. They promote tapping rather than writing. Read more on the cumbia-telegram dedicated page.

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    cumbia formula plugin & la-cumparsita app: manipulate results through functions & give life to an application without writing code

    cumbia-formula plugin: mixing the Qt javascript integration and the cumbia formula plugin, read results from Tango and Epics can be manipulated by functions. The results can be displayed into any cumbia-qtcontrols widget. Check out cumbia-libs and refer to the formula plugin section for details.

    la-cumparsita: a new cumbia utility that inflates a qt designer ui file into a real application without writing code. Nonetheless, the most demanding users can inject javascript functions into the graphical components to process and combine values from the devices. la-cumparsita seamlessly integrates with real Qt/C++ applications sharing the same cumbia  model.

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    Release

    cppTango 9.3.3

    The cppTango team is pleased to announce the release of Tango Controls C++ library version 9.3.3.

    Downloads of source and binary files are listed in cppTango Github repository Releases section.

    This version is considered as a pre-release version for the moment.
    If no major bug is found in the next weeks, this version will be upgraded as an official stable release.
    We encourage you to test this version.

    Please pay attention to the release notes and please report any problem you may encounter by creating an issue on: https://github.com/tango-controls/cppTango/issues
    or by creating a new post on the forum.

    You can also refer to https://github.com/tango-controls/cppTango/issues for the list of known issues.
    The Tango documentation is available on https://tango-controls.readthedocs.io
    The Doxygen documentation for this pre-release is currently available on https://bourtemb.github.io/cppTango-docs and will be soon available on https://tango-controls.github.io/cppTango-docs

    NOTE: This is not a Tango Source distribution! It is only Tango C++ kernel library pre-release

    Many thanks to all the persons who contributed to this release (bug reports, pull requests, code reviews, comments...).

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    The new Sardana 2.7.0 (corresponding to the Jan19 milestone) has been released.

    The source files and Windows installers can be downloaded from:

    https://github.com/sardana-org/sardana/releases/tag/2.7.0

    The documentation is available at:

    www.sardana-controls.org

    For a detailed list of changes see CHANGELOG and issue tracker.

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    The new Taurus 4.5.1 has been released.

    It brings support for Qt5 and Python3

    The installation files can be downloaded from:

    https://github.com/taurus-org/taurus/releases/tag/4.5.1

    The documentation is available at:

    http://www.taurus-scada.org

    For a detailed list of changes, see the CHANGELOG and the issue tracker.

     

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    Connect with the Tango control system (and more...)

    Write graphical user interface components and applications communicating with the Tango and Epics control systems. More control system engines can be added in the future and plugged into existing cumbia installations and applications.

    Everywhere

    cumbia is written in C++ and uses the Qt libraries to develop graphical user interfaces. This means cumbia applications work on desktop computers as well as on Android devices. In principle, cumbia is available wherever C++ and Qt are supportedAndroid and Linux platforms have been successfully tested and porting an application from one platform to another is just a matter of a few clicks with the Qt creator IDE.

    Read more

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    Dear Tangoers,

    Tango REST API v1.0 has been released.

    v1.0 is a combination of rc5 and rc6. The most notable features:

    1. HTTP/2.0
    2. Bulk resources entry points e.g. attributes
    3. Shorten URL for Tango host resources
    4. Cache-Control etc

    The whole project has been largely restructured. Tango REST API readme gives a good overview of the related projects.

    Also rest-server-1.2 has been released. This release features Tango REST API rc4 and v1.0 as well as internal improvements: link

    Full description of the changes can be found in this presentation.

    Please feel free to contact me in case of questions or request to help in migration.

    Best regards,

    Read more

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    Dear Tangoers,

    Tango REST API RC6 specification draft has been released: link

    The main changes to the specification are: introduction of subscriptions and HTTP/2.0

    Tango REST API GitHub repository has been extended with client code samples: link.

    If you use Tango REST API please feel encouraged to add your samples in your favorite language via Pull Requests.

    Best regards!

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