Saturday, September 4, 2010

Feed a QA Sprinter

The 2010 Plone Conference is just around the corner and sprint planning is well under way. One of the sprints will consist of creating Selenium tests and integrating with Hudson. As Plone moves towards more and more Javascript and Ajax interface these tests will be essential for maintaining a high quality code base. This sprint will be great for newbies and veterans alike with some potentially boring but definitely worthwhile QA work.

Ideally this sprint is crowded and short so that people can get back to their regularly scheduled sprints. If you will be in Bristol for the sprints, please consider donating 1-2 hours of time to help us get up and running. If you won't be in Bristol and want to remote sprint stay tuned! However, if you can't do either (or just hate doing that stuff) but want to support the effort, please consider chipping in to feed a sprinter.

If anyone has other ideas on how to lure people in or has items to donate as door prizes/giveaways/whatever I'm all ears. Additionally, if you have a company and/or want to sponsor this sprint directly let me know and I'll cancel the chip in.

Happy bug hunting!

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