[Libreoffice-qa] credits for people doing QA
yfjiang at suse.com
Sun Feb 5 18:44:50 PST 2012
Nice topic, 2 cents from me as follows. What I could think about roles to be
1. bugzilla reporters
This is pretty intuitive to count, as mentioned by Rainer, +1 when one
2. bugzilla information provider (confirming, following up)
Also as Rainer mentioned, not so easy to count...
3. wiki editors
Not sure how we distinguish those QA specific wiki authors.
4. Litmus test case runners
+1 when one test case is run
5. Litmus test case authors
+1 when one test case is created
6. Litmus test case update
This happens when a user updates an existed test case by rivising
or translating original contents.
Did I miss anything else?
Maybe what we want to do is to find an understandable measurement by gathering
these information as QA credits, either a solo measurement to account for
everything or split them to something like bug contributor/wiki
contributor/litmus contributor...Meanwhile, the number of bugzilla reporters,
Litmus test case runners and Litmus test case authors are relatively intuitive
to count just like dev's "commit" numbers.
On Sat, Feb 04, 2012 at 11:39:02PM +0100, Cor Nouws wrote:
> Today with my little QA presentation at FOSDEM, one person asked
> about how we give credits to people doing this work.
> Well, not structural/in a visible place, as far as I know.
> What about adding something here:
> http://www.libreoffice.org/about-us/credits/ ?
> We need to have some rule of course, based on which people get mentioned.
> Suggestions remarks?
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