> Mark Loeser <email@example.com> said:
>> So, I have been thinking about the slacker system as well. Here's what
>> I think we should be starting with as our plan to get back on our feet:
>> * Clear out the QA bugs. We have several bugs that are assigned to us,
>> or have us CC'd. We should do something with these, not all are
>> difficult, but require a few people doing some work.
>> * Get some sort of meetings or discussions going on the mailing list,
>> and figure out a system to ensure that everyone on the team meets
>> criteria we decide upon for them to be considered active.
>> * Poll the user and dev communities to find out what they see as our
>> biggest QA issues. After we get those, we can prioritize them and
>> find out which are even solvable.
>> That's all I have for now...there are lots and lots of other things we
>> can start to work on as well, but I think these should be our focus to
>> start with.
> So, its been several days now. Is anyone else interested in the QA lead
> position besides myself? How do my plans above sound?
I say go for it. As for #3, I've always been interested in quantifying
QA issues, and I'll be interested in any ideas you come up with, and
might be able to help out some.
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