[development] Desperate plea for help on the GHOP program
aclight at gmail.com
Tue Dec 11 14:25:40 UTC 2007
On Dec 11, 2007 1:11 AM, Angela Byron <drupal-devel at webchick.net> wrote:
> Please help by creating additional, high-quality tasks. Everyone has
> "little" things they wish they had time to work on. Write them up as
> task ideas to http://drupal.org/node/add/project-issue/ghop as a "Task
> idea" according to the guidelines at
> Remember that tasks don't have to be just about coding (documentation,
> translation, usability, etc. are also on topic), although coding tasks
> _are_ popular. :)
I wanted to quickly follow up with an additional link to the "I'd like to
help with the administration of the GHOP program! How do I start?" page that
webchick created at http://groups.drupal.org/node/7360
Before creating a task on the Google issue tracker, *please* read section 2
of this page (http://groups.drupal.org/node/7360#tasks). The Google issue
tracker is--how should I say it--limited in it's feature set. For example,
it's not possible for anyone (even the project owners) to edit tasks once
they are created.
As Angie said, these students for the most part do a really great job on the
tasks. The more focused and detailed the task description is, the more
likely you are to get the results you're hoping for. So please be very
explicit in your task description as to what you expect, how you expect it
(ie. file format for non code/documentation tasks, what version of Drupal
the code should be written for if it's not a porting task, etc.), and who
the student can contact if they have questions (it would be great if you
could include your d.o username and/or IRC nick).
Finally, because most d.o users aren't following the Google issues closely,
we've found that it's best if each GHOP task has a separate issue on
drupal.org in the appropriate issue queue. This helps the students to get
as many people looking at their work as possible, and it also helps them to
gain experience in how normal tasks and issues are handled in Drupal.
Please provide a link to your d.o issue in the Google issue, and also a link
to the Google issue in your d.o issue.
I know this is a little extra work on the part of the person who creates the
task, but ultimately you're more likely to get great results this way.
Again, thanks to those of you who have created issues, helped review issues,
and helped to administer the issues either on d.o or the Google tracker.
Please keep the ideas coming!
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