I fully agree and think it is a great idea.
I think that, next to visibility and keeping track of everything that is
going on in the community, the other goal would be documenting best
practices for future use.
I am also not sure, though, if JIRA is the best place to do so, as
Introducing (yet) another tool on the other hand, might also not be
ideal. Has anyone else experience with this from other Apache projects?
On Fri, 24 Aug 2018 at 06:04 Austin Bennett <whatwouldaustindo@xxxxxxxxx
Certainly tracking and managing these are important -- though, is
Jira the best tool for these things?
I do see it useful to put in Jira tickets in for my director to have
conversations on specific topics with people, for consensus
building, etc etc. So, I have seen it work even for non-coding tasks.
It seems like much of #s 2-6 mentioned requires project management
applied to those specific domains and is applicable elsewhere,
wondering what constitutes "pure" project management in #1 (as it
applies here)...? In that light I'm just getting picky about
On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 3:10 PM Alan Myrvold <amyrvold@xxxxxxxxxx
I like the idea of recognizing non-code contributions. These
other efforts have been very helpful.
On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 3:07 PM Griselda Cuevas <gris@xxxxxxxxxx
Hi Beam Community,
I'd like to start tracking non-code contributions for Beam,
specially around these six categories:
1) Project Management
2) Community Management
4) Events & Meetups
The proposal would be to create six boards in Jira, one per
proposed category, and as part of this initiative also clean
the already existing "Project Management" component, i.e.
making sure all issues there are still relevant.
After this, I'd also create a landing page in the website
that talks about all types of contributions to the project.
The reason for doing this is mainly to give visibility to
some of the great work our community does beyond code pushes
in Github. Initiatives around Beam are starting to spark
around the world, and it'd be great to become an Apache
project recognized for our outstanding community recognition.
What are your thoughts?