[pytest-dev] RFC: pytest sprint indiegogo page (draft)
holger at merlinux.eu
Wed Feb 3 08:57:05 EST 2016
On Wed, Feb 03, 2016 at 23:01 +1100, Brianna Laugher wrote:
> I put some ideas here previously
yes, saw them and used some of them in the campaign draft.
> In particular, I saw an idea once which I thought was clever, in cases like
> this where there is little in the way of material offers. You can have
> several perks at the same level, and treat them as "votes". "If 10 people
> support at this level, we will do X." In this case, I thought these could
> be "votes" for a broad area of focus, such as
> - Speed/performance/xdist
> - plugins
> - 'unloved corners' (Unicode/Windows/doctests)
> - documentation
> - resolving pytest/py.test (maybe??!)
> Of course that wouldn't mean it's the only thing that gets done, but it is
> a small way people can influence what happens.
TBH I want us to get some general support for doing a sprint without much
attached. We have provided already a lot for free what is used by ten-thousands
of companies and individuals.
But if we go for voting let's keep it for three options, maybe:
- improved fixture system
- documentation, more examples
> Including some photos may be nice too
I did include the pytest logo and the group picture we took at fosdem or
EP2015. It just doesn't show in the draft, does it?
> Holger, I think it would be useful if you explicitly say you are the
> founder of pytest and give some context of your authority for the casual
> reader :)
i mentioned it know in "role".
> Also I think tying it a 3.0 release would be a pleasing target!
Makes sense. Maybe even as a tag line "pytest-sprint 2016, accelerate
> On 3 February 2016 at 21:00, holger krekel <holger at merlinux.eu> wrote:
> > Hey all,
> > i've done a indiegogo sprint page which is still in draft mode, see here:
> > https://www.indiegogo.com/project/preview/ee72990c#/
> > I also invited Bruno, Brianna, Floris and Florian as editors.
> > If other wants to help edit, or comment on the setup, please send
> > a mail here. I am particular unsure about the "perks" ...
> > I'd like to get it online tomorrow or latest friday if possible.
> > cheers,
> > holger
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