100 paper cuts and QA
Alberto Salvia Novella
es20490446e at gmail.com
Sun Jan 19 20:01:43 UTC 2014
Contributing to One Hundred Papercuts is not like fixing a bug in any
process it will emerge, but actually picking up the step *you feel
All of these steps are already very *well documented*, although
documentation is going to be *rewritten* and simplified specifically for
this project. Only *one step* requires coding, and has only 5 bugs
opened at this moment.
On the other hand, I'll show you to which papercuts the workflow points
(the step is setting importances
and then tell to me how much time and effort you'll need for fixing all
of them ?
For finishing, I will *thank you* for liking the picks I designed so
heartily (?). Hope you'll also take into consideration having taking two
courses specifically for working in this project (one in Lean
Management, and other in Community Management), along with my Computer
Engineering studies ?
And I would *never* be able to do the above, as I said in bug #1049082
starting with the project, if I had spent time chatting on something not
related with *doing* (in the here and now).
Have a good night (if it's night there) ?
El 19/01/14 19:59, Elfy escribió:
> On 19/01/14 18:48, Alberto Salvia Novella wrote:
>> Because One Hundred Papercuts:
>> * is designed for the average
>> * is composed by papercuts
>> <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/One%20Hundred%20Papercuts/Papercuts> only.
>> * uses a kanban <http://youtu.be/R8dYLbJiTUE> work-flow
>> (oh... I just realized I reinvented the wheel :)
>> To contribute to this project will be always *easier* than anything
>> in Quality.
> I beg to differ.
> But I'll do it in a different thread - let's not confuse Simone any
> Nice pics - but that does nothing to deal with the fact that to be
> able to take part you need to be able to actually do something with code.
> Is this not the case?
> Pretty sure you see me about in the QA channel - come and find me and
> walk me through how to deal with something in One Hundred Papercuts -
> because from where I stand - booting an image and reading a testcase
> is never going to harder ;)
> Ubuntu Forum Council Member
> Xubuntu QA Lead
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