Presentation of Simone Guidi
Alberto Salvia Novella
es20490446e at gmail.com
Sun Jan 19 18:48:25 UTC 2014
Because One Hundred Papercuts:
* is designed for the average
* is composed by papercuts
* uses a kanban <http://youtu.be/R8dYLbJiTUE> work-flow
I just realized I reinvented the wheel :)
To contribute to this project will be always *easier* than anything in
El 19/01/14 17:56, Elfy escribió:
> On 19/01/14 16:32, Simone Guidi wrote:
>> Ok now i am confused
>> Alberto Salvia Novella wrote:
>> > We also have a project for *newcomers*: ? One Hundred Papercuts
>> <https://launchpad.net/hundredpapercuts>, where bugs are *easier* to
>> So i think that is a easier point to start
>> Elfy wrote:
>> > The hundred papercuts project isn't for everyone - not everyone can
>> > To test - you need to be able to boot an image and then read a
>> testcase :)
>> So testing is easier than The Hundred Papercuts ? or is the opposite ?
>> Anyway i'm a programmer so i know how to write code but i'm a newbie
>> with ubuntu.
>> Simone Guidi
>> e-mail :gsimone21892 at gmail.com
>> Wiki :http://wiki.ubuntu-it.org/SimoneGuidi
>> Launchpad :https://launchpad.net/~gsimone21892
>> Skype: g.simo999
> QA and bugsquad are 'linked' we're all working towards the same goal.
> Testing is easier that hundred papercuts.
> If you can code then you would, I assume, be able to do both. I say
> assume because I've not the first idea about programming :)
> Alberto Salvia Novella's "We also have a project for *newcomers*"
> doesn't actually mean it's easier.
> Hope that makes it less confusing.
> Ubuntu Forum Council Member
> Xubuntu QA Lead
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