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From Rich Bowen <>
Subject Re: Thoughts on using HW for httpd?
Date Mon, 15 Feb 2016 15:28:49 GMT
We need to be selective about what we put on here. Having it be a mirror
of out ticket tracking would be just another thing to maintain. Having
it be things that are great entry points for beginners would be awesome.
This is a difficult balance to strike, since we don't know what
experience beginners will have, but we want to cherry-pick tasks, and
include a big sprinkling of "non-code" tasks, as we often have people
coming that want to participate, but aren't C coders (yet).

And, yes, I know, that's not a very actionable comment. I'll think on
what specific tasks I'd like to see in there. The website comes to mind.


On 02/15/2016 08:17 AM, Daniel Gruno wrote:
> Since it's only been +1s, I plan to put the widget on our site today.
> It's on if anyone wants to preview it, yell if
> you disagree :-)
> With regards,
> Daniel.
> On 02/12/2016 09:11 PM, Luis Gil wrote:
>> love it!  
>> El vie., 12 de febrero de 2016 13:20, Daniel Gruno <
>> <>> escribió:
>>     Hi folks,
>>     as some may know, ComDev is trialling a new thing called 'Help Wanted!'
>>     at
>>     I've added a few example entries for httpd, and I'm wondering if this is
>>     something we would want to plug into our web site?
>>     You can see an example web site widget at
>> (top one shows httpd)
>>     It's an easy way to identify which tasks we'd love to see someone get
>>     started on (and has the benefit of being able to assign difficulty
>>     levels, skills needed etc to a task), and judging from the input on the
>>     existing tasks, it seems to attract people towards projects.
>>     Thoughts? flames? snark? :)
>>     With regards,
>>     Daniel.
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