Developer Application Criteria - Was Re: New Application processes
daniel.holbach at ubuntu.com
Thu Jan 8 07:41:13 GMT 2009
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Scott Kitterman schrieb:
> On Wednesday 07 January 2009 20:46, Bryce Harrington wrote:
>> On Wed, Jan 07, 2009 at 07:44:16PM -0500, Scott Kitterman wrote:
>>> Here's a good list of questions for the workbook:
>> Wow, yes that's definitely a good list, exactly the type of questions
>> I'd think should go into such a workbook. Some might be better done
>> as hands-on tasks than as essay questions, but that's pretty much what I
>> was thinking.
>> Even if we didn't put together a workbook ourselves, I think it would be
>> a great idea to reference these Debian pages from the MOTU/CoreDev
>> process docs. Often half the work in climbing the packaging learning
>> curve is knowing what the questions are, and this gives that.
> I don't think we want to recreate the Debian NM process in Ubuntu. If people
> want to look at them, I think it's fine, but I think it should have no part
> of our process.
Definitely agreed. The workbook should help a lot in finding out how
well you know our development world. We should refer to it in our
documentation a bit more.
What I like about Ubuntu and the way we see if someone is ready is a lot
about "did they get a lot of stuff done?" and "did they work well with
others?". Recreating Debian NM in Ubuntu would probably shift the focus.
Have a great day,
My 5 today: #308669 (tomboy), #314367 (gcalctool), #314540 (gnome-
session), #314371 (gtksourceview2), #314163 (gedit-plugins)
Do 5 a day - every day! https://wiki.ubuntu.com/5-A-Day
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