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    We're extremely excited to open source Orchestra! Learn more by reading the blog post .
    An open source system to orchestrate teams of experts and machines on complex projects.
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    Here's Orchestra in action based on the guide in the documentation .

    Humans where they're best, machines for the rest.

    Orchestra orchestrates teams (e.g., reporters and photographers in a newsroom) and projects (e.g., a news story). In Orchestra workflows, you can assign senior experts to review other experts in order to provide feedback and iteratively refine work. Orchestra also brings automation, like classifiers or crawlers written in Python, onto projects to help out. New workflows can be added with some simple Python glue and an html interface.

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    Below we'll walk you through an example of how Orchestra could be used in a newsroom . Take a look at the example implementation in our Womens Saskia Super Skinny Trousers odm KEZu4
    We'll now walk you through major Orchestra concepts based on the example above.


    workflow review machine step

    Projects are a series of interconnected tasks . A project is an instance of a workflow; a task is an instance of a step.


    An editor with a story about local elections would create an elections project, with tasks for a reporter/photographer/copy editor.

    Tasks are carried out by an expert or by a machine .

    Experts can come from anywhere, from a company's employees to freelancers on platforms like Upwork.

    Core experts do the initial work on a task.

    Reviewers provide feedback to other experts to make their work even better.

    The core expert submits the task when their work is complete.

    The reviewer can choose to accept the task, which is either selected for further review or marked as complete.

    They could also choose to return the task, requesting changes from and giving feedback to the worker they are reviewing.

    Certifications allow experts to work on tasks they're great at.

    Experts can work toward all sorts of certifications, picking up practice tasks to build experience.

    Experts need additional certification to work in a reviewer role.

    Below are two images of the Orchestra dashboard, the launching point for expert workers. Click to see how tasks move differently across the dashboard for core workers and reviewers.
    A core expert performs initial task work which will later be reviewed. The diagram below shows a task's movement through the core worker's dashboard. Click to enlarge.
    A reviewer evaluates the core expert's work and provides feedback. The diagram below shows a task's movement through a reviewer's dashboard. Click to enlarge.

    Orchestra is a project built around people. We're developers and designers who love to think about how we can take small steps toward improving the world and we love meeting people who feel the same!Reach out to us with requests for help, feature requests, suggestions, complaints, and compliments on our Gitter channel. Alternatively, reach out over slingback pumps Pink amp; Purple Gianvito Rossi vhpzGbOK

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    Blessed with one of the most exciting food scenes in North America, Montréal brims with temples dedicated to Kamouraska lamb, Arctic char and, of course, poutine (fries smothered in cheese curds and gravy). You’ll find irresistible patisseries, English pubs, 80-plus-year-old Jewish delis and magnificent food markets reminiscent of Paris. There are hipster bars with tiny bowling alleys and innumerable cafes in which to while away a lazy afternoon. And there are late-night eateries where you can linger over wondrous combinations of food and drink that you'll find nowhere else on earth.

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    Toronto may be Canada’s economic capital, but Montréal remains the country’s cultural juggernaut. The city, standard bearer of an entire linguistic-cultural identity – Francophone Canada – simply lives for public celebration of the arts. There are some 250 theater and dance companies, more than 90 festivals and a fascinating medley of neighborhoods where artists, writers and musicians have helped cement the city’s reputation as a great arts center. The Festival International de Jazz de Montréal is the headline event, followed by parties dedicated to world cinema, comedy and gay pride.

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    Montréal is a slice of old Europe in a pie of contemporary design. A day’s wander might take in the photogenic 18th-century facades of Old Montréal before a cycling tour of the lovely Canal de Lachine, or a wander through the glittering shops and restaurants of downtown before ending at the inviting terraced cafes of Plateau Mont-Royal. The architectural sweep of the city takes in a wealth of heritage churches such as the breathtaking Basilique Notre-Dame, as well as 20th-century icons like the Stade Olympique and Habitat 67. Montréal's hotels and museums additionally push the edges of contemporary interior design.

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    The Québécois love their summers and autumnal colors, but it is the winter that defines much of their lives, which slow down and become more insular in the grip of those long, dark months. With that said, the passion for life that animates Canadian Francophones does not truly dim in the cold, but is rather celebrated around cozy fireplaces, in friendly pubs, at steaming sugar shacks, and, of course, on the slopes of local mountains via skis, snowboards and toboggans.

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