[Twisted-Python] Twisted easy bugs, and other thoughts about getting people involved in Twisted
twisted at asheesh.org
Thu Mar 11 18:02:25 EST 2010
I ran into David Reid at PyCon a few weeks ago, and I showed him an index
of "easy" and "bitesize" bugs I'm putting on the web at
https://openhatch.org/search/. He told me that the Twisted team tags bugs
as "easy" in Trac.
So all you might like to see
https://openhatch.org/search/?q=Twisted&toughness=bitesize -- it's the
result of search for bugs whose full text or project matches "Twisted",
constrained to only include the bugs that are "easy". This is the same
-- the same 18 tickets -- but cached in our index.
The OpenHatch website aims to show helpful, friendly things to potential
new contributors. A list of bugs isn't always adequate, so I'm really
happy jesstess wrote some tips on the OpenHatch project page regarding
getting involved in Twisted: https://openhatch.org/+projects/Twisted
The "Relatedly" sidebox on that project page has other helpful links:
potential mentors, namely people who have signed into OpenHatch and said
they can mentor in Python or Twisted.
So that's a quick tour of some of relevant things to you guys. I have a
few questions for you guys, if you're game:
* Of these things, what are the most interesting or useful? the least?
* Are there other tickets from the Twisted Trac that would be good to pull
* Would you like me to ping the list if we come up with anything else I
think you might find interesting?
* Do any of you want to re-use some of this data -- can we make that
We're pretty interested in helping projects convert users to contributors
(in code, testing, documentation, whatever!) across free software. I
wonder if there is a website widget that we could make for you to put on
twistedmatrix.com -- a big box talking about how "You TOO can contribute
to Twisted -- there are mentors, easy bugs, and everything!"
This email has gotten fairly long, so I'll stop here for now.
I don't mean to barge in; let me know if I'm unwelcome, and I'll wander
off. I find myself in a maze of Twisted developers, none of whom are
alike. Thanks! I'll be hanging out on #twisted as myself, paulproteus.
P.S. If you think this is interesting, stay in touch with us:
IRC (freenode): #openhatch
email and more: https://openhatch.org/contact/
P.S. The OpenHatch website has its source in git and shared under a free
license -- https://openhatch.org/source-code-etc/
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