This repo collects all information about people conducting CODECHECKs as part of the CODECHECK community.
Find a codechecker
You can take a look at the codecheckers table,
codecheckers.csv to find a suitable codechecker.
GitHub even provides a nice search function for the file.
Consider skills earlier in the list to be more advanced, later ones to be less strong.
If you have a good candidate, please check the codechecker is currently not busy with too many CODECHECKs already (see assigned issues in the CODECHECK register).
Alternatively, you can @-mention the codecheckers team with
@codecheckers/codecheckers in the issue for managing the codecheck and ask around for interested codecheckers by adding
@codecheckers/codecheckers to an issue comment.
Finally, you can ask the author for recommendations, start an open call for codecheckers on Twitter, et cetera.
If you want to get involved as a codechecker, we need to run through the following steps:
- Codechecker (you!) opens an issue using this link (with an issue template)
- Community manager makes sure all required information is there
- Community manager invites the new codechecker to the Codecheckers Team (Note: the team page is not public)
- Communtiy manager welcomes the new codechecker
- Communtiy manager saves information in the "database" and closes the issue with the commit