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Determine team based on interests #162

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scottgonzalez opened this Issue Feb 12, 2015 · 6 comments

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scottgonzalez commented Feb 12, 2015

Even though we've had a few conversations with various people, teams, and companies, it's not currently clear exactly how everyone plans to be involved in PEP. If you plan on being actively involved in this project, please leave a comment describing the types of tasks you're interested in. This can include anything, such as writing documentation, triaging issues, writing patches, reviewing pull requests, testing, etc.

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I will try to assist with issue triage, cross-project communication and integration on the Dojo side, making any necessary enhancements/fixes to Intern, and consulting on testing/any other technical questions where I can provide useful feedback.

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csnover commented Feb 12, 2015

I will try to assist with issue triage, cross-project communication and integration on the Dojo side, making any necessary enhancements/fixes to Intern, and consulting on testing/any other technical questions where I can provide useful feedback.

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I'm happy to help with issues, triage, bug fixing, testing ( have the jQuery mobile device lab ), writing code, pretty much anything. Probably not the best person for writing docs though.

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arschmitz commented Feb 12, 2015

I'm happy to help with issues, triage, bug fixing, testing ( have the jQuery mobile device lab ), writing code, pretty much anything. Probably not the best person for writing docs though.

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jacobrossi Feb 19, 2015

Provided the CLA goes through (and I'm nearly certain it will) Now that I've signed the CLA, I'm happy to help with issues, triage, bug fixing, writing code, docs, evangelism, etc. I'm frankly not well experienced with JS test suites and Intern (who needs testing? :-p). But I'd like to learn. So expect some hand holding if I work on that area. I expect I can only commit 1-3 hours a week on average, but can invest more time on an as-needed basis for important tasks.

jacobrossi commented Feb 19, 2015

Provided the CLA goes through (and I'm nearly certain it will) Now that I've signed the CLA, I'm happy to help with issues, triage, bug fixing, writing code, docs, evangelism, etc. I'm frankly not well experienced with JS test suites and Intern (who needs testing? :-p). But I'd like to learn. So expect some hand holding if I work on that area. I expect I can only commit 1-3 hours a week on average, but can invest more time on an as-needed basis for important tasks.

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I'm happy to help out with anything as much as time allows.

cgack commented Feb 25, 2015

I'm happy to help out with anything as much as time allows.

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I'd likely be redundant and/or hard-pressed for time for anything code-related, but I'm happy to help with documentation and the like if there's any need. I've already done a bit of writing about this (Pointer Events vs the current hybrid approach and using the Polymer version of the polyfill) so once the new shape of the project coalesces I'd be happy to write up whatever needed writing up.

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roblarsen commented Feb 25, 2015

I'd likely be redundant and/or hard-pressed for time for anything code-related, but I'm happy to help with documentation and the like if there's any need. I've already done a bit of writing about this (Pointer Events vs the current hybrid approach and using the Polymer version of the polyfill) so once the new shape of the project coalesces I'd be happy to write up whatever needed writing up.

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I'm also happy to help if I can (probably also more along the lines of documentation).

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patrickhlauke commented Feb 25, 2015

I'm also happy to help if I can (probably also more along the lines of documentation).

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