I want to take a moment to thank all three of you for your hard work and contributions! It was a pleasure to work together with you during this period.
Some of the highlights of this term are:
- A BuildAPI client was released by F3real (see contributions)
- A Pushlog client was released by MikeLing (see contributions - I landed two changes as me; sorry!)
You can see all other mozci contributions in here.
One of the things I learned from this QoC term:
- Prepare sets of issues that are related which build towards a goal or a feature.
- The better you think it through the easier it will be for you and the contributors
- In GitHub you can create milestones of associated issues
- Remind them to review their own code.
- This is something I try to do for my own patches and saves me from my own embarrassment :)
- Put it on the contributors to test their code before requesting formal review
- It forces them to test that it does what they expect it to do
- Set expectations for review turn around.
- I could not be reviewing code every day since I had my own personal deliverables. I set Monday, Wednesday and Friday as code review days.
It was a good learning experience for me and I hope it was beneficial for them as well.
This work by Zambrano Gasparnian, Armen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.