Le 26/06/2014 01:28, Tyler Romeo a écrit :
Therefore, I thought it may be beneficial to take that
over to Wikipedia and start our own
bug bounty program. Most likely, it would be strictly a hall of fame like structure
people would be recognized for submitting bug reports (maybe we could even use the
OpenBadges extension *wink* *wink*). It would help by increasing the number of bugs
(both security and non-security) that are found and reported to us.
I would like us to have our own instance of Google Code-in to list tasks
that could be fulfilled by volunteers. Kind of the +easy bugs we have
in Bugzilla but with a nicer interface that only has those tasks.
I would totally use such interface to request documentations updates,
code reformatting, simple command line utilities and so on. Maybe we
can figure out a way to have them filled in Phabricator.
For the bounty system, a task could be attached some kind of scores that
would provides folks a bounty in an OpenBadges system.
I could totally imagine granting points for CSS edits, a test being
proposed or have the ability to grant badges/rewards to folks proposing
patches. I often mail folks when they do their first Jenkins job
addition or create a new test in MediaWiki core.
Doesn't WMF has a plan to provide badges in MediaWiki itself? Kind of
Wikiloves which let you distribute barn pages on talk pages but a bit
Antoine "hashar" Musso