[UbuntuWomen] Developers for Harvest
annabaas at gmail.com
Wed May 14 18:31:15 UTC 2014
I'm in a bit of a bind: I'd like to contribute as a developer, but was
hoping for Harvest to give me a place to start, as I'm not sure how :) I
think I would need too much hand-holding. That said, if anyone could make a
clear description of what needs doing, I'd like to see whether I can
contribute to part of it.
Less is like more, but better.
Ik lees mijn mail op werkdagen tussen 12u-12u30 en 19u-20u.
On 14 May 2014 18:51, Svetlana Belkin <belkinsa at ubuntusense.com> wrote:
> On 05/14/2014 09:16 AM, Daniel Holbach wrote:
> > it'd be great if more people used Harvest or worked on it.
> Righty-o. You think a blog post could recruit developers and other
> people into the project?
> > Regarding openhatch: there were differences between Harvest and
> > openhatch as far as I remember:
> > - Harvest: automatically import development opportunities from
> > scripts which gathered the information from external services
> > like "Launchpad bitesize bugs" or "entries on
> > merges.ubuntu.com" or others.
> > → Harvest was a dumb service and had little idea about
> > how hard a task is or who to get in touch with for
> > help/discussion, etc.
> > → Low maintenance
> > - openhatch: much more about mentoring, but (at the time I last
> > checked) had no way to import arbitrary data about development
> > opportunities.
> > → Allows exchange between mentors and students.
> > → Might need data about opportunities to be manually entered.
> Harvest looks like our best bet.
> Svetlana Belkin A.K.A: belkinsa
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