SR2017 Kit Collation Plan

The SR2017 Kit Collation Event follows the general plan outlined on the Kit Collation page. This page is to document any deviations from this plan or to document more details.


All parts, excluding RUBs, are to be scanned into the kit-collation-venue/checked-in directory in the Inventory.

Once all non-RUB parts have been moved each RUB should be checked to ensure it is empty and then moved into the kit-collation-venue/checked-in directory too. Any parts shown to be in the RUBs in the inventory should be moved into the kit-collation-venue/missing directory. lipo-bag-overlander-22x30 parts should be checked to ensure that they're empty. Any batteries still shown to be in a bag should be moved into the kit-collation-venue/missing directory.

All ruggeduino-case assets should be deleted and their case asset stickers removed/covered. We are no longer tracking the cases as separate entities.

All usb-stick* assets should be deleted. We are no longer going to track these in the Inventory. We will treat them in the same way as we treat camcons and USB cables - they will be counted at the end of the KCE.

Once all parts have been moved their condition and physical_condition are to be set to 'unknown'.

CHECK-IN completed at 15:11 on 4th August (day 2)


We are going to add a new physical_condition flag, that will have a value of either working, broken or unknown. Ideally the condition flag would be renamed to functional_condition, but this breaks the tooling so we'll leave it for now. The purpose of the two flags are as follows: functional_condition indicates whether the part works or not after being tested, physical_condition indicates whether there are other issues with the part that mean it should not be shipped to teams (smashed case, bare copper, etc). There is no point in updating the functional_condition (currently condition) flag while the kit is in the hands of teams - as it cannot be tested.


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