I see. Thanks.
I have added one task to the "UI/Design" section at
that Jared was kind enough to mentor.
Still we really need 3 more UI/design related task until Sunday (we can
still polish descriptions and expectations/skill requirements until
December 1st when the contest starts).
There are 13 tasks marked with "design" & "easy" keywords in
Could anybody please take a quick look at that list and tell me
candidates and potential mentors? (Obviously mentoring in a team
decreases the workload for everybody.)
Or could some of the open dependency tickets of
("High-density display issues") be good tasks? A generic "pick one
ticket from that list & fix it" task which could be added several times?
I'm happy to copy suitable tasks to the planning wiki page for you!
Thank you for your help to reach out to some new contributors!
On Thu, 2014-11-06 at 19:51 -0800, Jon Robson wrote:
Not really.. it's actually more messy than it
seems and I think it
would be more effort to help someone understand the requirements. :-/
On Thu, Nov 6, 2014 at 4:17 AM, Andre Klapper <aklapper(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 2014-10-16 at 13:09 -0700, Jon Robson wrote:
>> I have a bunch of icons in MobileFrontend that are in png format. I
>> want to move them all to use SVGs as part of the icon standardisation
>> work Trevor has been leading.
> That sounds like a good candidate to become a Google Code-in task?
> We already have a stub for creating SVG files from last year at
> where you could define skill requirements to avoid bad results.
> Anybody willing to mentor and spend 10min to quickly add a "generic"
> task until Sunday (we can polish later until December 1st!) under
> linking to the appropriate resources and PNG files that a student can
> choose from?
> Andre Klapper | Wikimedia Bugwrangler
Andre Klapper | Wikimedia Bugwrangler