I haven't read this topic carefully but I suggest we make a sprint for
pywikibot issues (e.g. very important bugs or a bug triage to take
care of 200 left uncategorized/unknown importance bug)
I have another idea that someone have a presentation about "how we can
help pywikibot" I don't know if others like this idea too
On 3/5/14, Quim Gil <qgil(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
On 03/04/2014 02:30 PM, Marc A. Pelletier wrote:
On 03/04/2014 05:05 PM, Quim Gil wrote:
If I understood correctly the
proposals listed so far, we seem to have only one hacking sprint.
It's difficult to classify some of the activities. I, for instance,
will set up a 'Migrate to Tool Labs / work on Labs' corner intended to
last the entire event. Is that a sprint or a workshop?
IMO, it's a workshop that'll contain a lot of small sprints and a few
presentation -- a dev room? :-).
Labels are just labels. What matters is the organization of a schedule,
since your activity will require time and space, and it will happen at
the same time than other activities which may or may not overlap with.
What about scheduling an explicit workshop at the beginning (e.g. one
hour with you going through the migration of one project from the
Toolserver to Labs) followed by a long sprint consisting of you and
other experienced Toolserver / Labs contributors working on migrating
projects with whoever else is interested, willing to learn and help.
You will probably get many extra people happy to attend a pre-scheduled
workshop and maybe come by and help a couple of hours during the sprint.
Technical Contributor Coordinator @ Wikimedia Foundation