The project hosted at http://utrrs-i18nqe.rhcloud.com/ is not accessible
any more due to EOL of openshift V2.
Our Maintainer has migrated it to V3, due to policy restrictions, could not
opted for custom route (shorter url preferably).
The project is currently accessible at
Github : https://github.com/tenstormavi/utrrs
Anyone wish to contribute in this project, please approach following folks
in order to get required access for the commit :
Krishnababu Krothapalli(Site maintainer)
For any queries, please reach out to Rajesh Ranjan, Satyabrata Maitra.
Thanks for all of your contribution indeed. Please keep up.
On Tue, Feb 14, 2017 at 12:16 PM, Satyabrata Maitra <
> Hi Folks,
> We are pleased to announce that we have accomplished "Automated Character
> Comparison and Validation" in UTRRS project.
> In the Live URL below, you will find "Compare" with the following
> traverse order :
> Open the URL --> Click on Any Language from the Language pane list on the
> left hand side --> Click on "Compare" button appearing on the top middle of
> the loaded page.
> Also we had changed the rhcloud location of UTRRS host, both for live
> instance and the devel instance.
> We have added 2 more languages - Japanese and German.
> Search algorithm has been modified and enhanced.
> Report section has also been introduced with different platform or
> Code base has been completely changed and based on django with Python,
> which was earlier on ruby-on-rail platform.
> Reference Image format changed from .JPG to .SVG for technical reason.
> Complete high level documentation isd attached with this mail.
> Look & Feel also has been revamped.
>  : http://utrrs-i18nqe.rhcloud.com/
>  : http://utrrsdev-i18nqe.rhcloud.com/
> Upcoming relevant update tasks :
> TDIL host update
> FUEL host update
> Thanks to Avinash Dasoundhi for his excellent effort developing new
> enhanced version of UTRRS.
> Thanks to Krishnababu Krothapalli and Shubham Vasaikar for the openshift
> deployment tasks.
> P.S : github references will be shared shortly.
> Satyabrata Maitra
> A well-directed imagination is the source of great deeds
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