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From Sven Reimers <sven.reim...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Time for Tribes!
Date Fri, 30 Jun 2017 05:26:38 GMT
Hi,

if we are testing a code drop based NetBeans build, some of the tribes have
nothing to do, due to the code missing in the first drop..

So how about getting people join other tribes if they want?

-Sven

Am 29.06.2017 18:47 schrieb "Hermien Pellissier" <miena.moo@gmail.com>:

> Hi everyone,
>
> The time has come to gather in our tribes and start planning our
> defence tactics against those nasty insectoid attackers (also known as
> bugs in some circles).
>
> For anybody that is not yet familiar with the concept of tribes, here
> is the definition from the wiki:
>
> "NetCAT Tribe is a group of NetCAT participants focusing primarily on
> testing one particular functionality area such as Debugger, PHP or
> Maven. Tribe members review and keep up-to-date test specifications
> for their functionality area, then perform full or sanity testing and
> eventually provide either Go or NoGo recommendation according to a
> fixed schedule."
>
> When you signed up in Synergy, you had the opportunity to choose which
> tribe(s) to join. According to that information, we have put together
> the list [1] of tribes with their current members.
>
> [1] http://services.netbeans.org/dashboard/web/tribes.php
>
> In the NetBeans 9.0 release, not all tribes are unfortunately equally
> important. This is because the first code donation is focused on the
> Java SE features, and also because a lot of the new features are
> around Java 9. So here is the list of most important tribes:
>
> * Java Editor (leader: Constantin Drabo)
> * Debugger
> * Maven (leader: Jean-Fran├žois El Fouly)
> * Unit Testing
> * Profiler
>
> Other tribes that are of some importance for this release are:
>
> * DB
> * Groovy
> * PHP
>
> The rest of the tribes are:
>
> * API Support
> * C/C++
> * Java EE
> * JavaFX
> * Web Client
> * Version Control
> * GUI Builder
>
> Each tribe needs a leader - a person that coordinates the efforts of
> that tribe. A more detailed description of the responsibilities of a
> tribe leader can be found on the wiki [2].
>
> [2] https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/NETBEANS/NetCAT+FAQ
>
> If you would like to lead any of the tribes that still need a leader,
> please respond on this thread!
>
> ~ Jirka and Hermien
>

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