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From Giuseppe Tino <giuseppe.t...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Time for Tribes!
Date Thu, 06 Jul 2017 15:27:45 GMT
Thanks for the answers and sorry for the mailing list mistake, I choose the
first result provided by the address auto-completion without noticing that
it was the wrong one.
I would lead the tribe that tests Java EE.
Thanks,


--
Giuseppe


2017-06-29 18:47 GMT+02:00 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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