In data 28 maggio 2011 alle ore 11:34:49, Italo Vignoli
<firstname.lastname@example.org> ha scritto:
The easy hacks mechanism created by Michael and Caolan, with the help of
the other core developers, seems to work for those willing to get their
I think that development wise we should just make the story more
popular, and help in forwarding would be developers into the easy hacks
area. Once they start working at these tasks, they have their own ways
to nurture the process.
Well, you can see that I've just used easy hacks as task examples for the
I'd like it was clear that this new tool should be *a* tool to manage
contributions, not *the* tool as far as code contribution concerns.
Developers use quite a lot IRC channels. It is a parallel world, at
least I see it as a parallel world.
Speaking frankly, I have to say I've never liked this attitude in OSS
It limits spreading expertise about the code by not providing good enough
dev documentation that, I know, developers doesn't like to write or
haven't time to write.
However, I don't want to change what they're used to, but I'd like to see
an additional work layer that will provide some kind of guided
introduction or tutorship for those wannabe developers that have no clue
about where and how to ask for suggestions.
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