On Wed, 2 Jan 2008, Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay wrote:
A QA/BugTriage community or lack thereof is a situation for a large
number of FOSS Projects. Which is kind of strange since it provides a
relatively practical means to learn about the internals as well as earn
developer respect. Perhaps projects along the line of GHOP (not that
specifically, but like that) which allow putting such building blocks of
knowledge as means to contribute would help. Presentations/workshops
specifically don't - Rahul / mether has been doing them on and off but
without much uptake
Honestly, it's pretty thankless work.
What we need is a leader. Someone who wants to step up and say "we will
have Fedora bug days every Friday (or whatever) from this time to this
time, and I will be in #fedora-qa doing it myself, and teaching everyone
else who wants to learn."
I would do it, but, um, I'm washing my hair on Fridays.
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