But in the end, the application was completed. Since Dean was off island, he took care of some administrative tasks (setting up the Google Code project, Hackystat, and doing some documentation). Yichi worked on the class that gets the carbon content from WattDepot. Aaron and I joined forces to take on Wicket. Both of us had annoying issues (Wicket and non-Wicket related), but I think we worked through it quite well. For the most part, we met during the week briefly to catch up on what each other has been doing. Dean has also been in contact with us through email. He mentioned that he'd be without a reliable internet connection, but he got a lot more done than I thought he would.
Here's our Software ICU data. Unfortunately, our coverage isn't quite as good as I'd like. The fact that our application is all AJAX makes testing slightly more difficult. There are WicketTester methods to deal with it and Aaron is looking into it as I write this entry.
You can download the source and the executable for E hoʻomaluō here. Consult the user guide and the developer guide for setting up the application.