[pytest-dev] RFC: pytest sprint indiegogo page (draft)
holger at merlinux.eu
Thu Feb 4 05:14:11 EST 2016
On Thu, Feb 04, 2016 at 00:26 +0000, Bruno Oliveira wrote:
> Hi all,
> Sorry for chipping in so late, I didn't have a chance of looking more
> carefully at the draft until now.
> I think it looks great so far, and I like most of the suggestions given by
> others. I would like to stress on the part about it being flexible funding
> though, as I think this sprint should happen even if not all the funding we
> ask for is reached, even if that means some people can't attend the sprint
> (myself included of course). After all, better to have a sprint with most
> developers present than not having a sprint at all. :)
Totally agree. I configured it as flexible funding almost from the beginning.
If you look at the campaign as an editor can you see that?
What makes you and others believe it is fixed funding?
> On Wed, Feb 3, 2016 at 8:20 AM Florian Bruhin <me at the-compiler.org> wrote:
> > Hey Holger,
> > * holger krekel <holger at merlinux.eu> [2016-02-03 10:00:27 +0000]:
> > > Hey all,
> > >
> > > i've done a indiegogo sprint page which is still in draft mode, see here:
> > >
> > > https://www.indiegogo.com/project/preview/ee72990c#/
> > Yay, thank you! \o/
> > Floris Bruhin, Switzerland
> > Florian Bruynooghe, UK
> > *cough* *cough* ;)
> > If you're busy I can fix it myself later, still haven't figured out
> > that "sync password manager database between multiple machines" thing
> > reliably.
> > Is this "flexible funding"? It seems to me like it isn't, i.e. if we
> > don't get the 8kEUR, we'll get no money at all? Might make more sense
> > to get the money even if we reach, say, 5kEUR, and then see what we
> > can do to make it happen with that?
> > > I am particular unsure about the "perks" ...
> > Stickers sound good. Maybe T-Shirts as well, for something between
> > EUR 50 and EUR 500? If I wasn't involved in pytest but liking it a
> > lot, I'd be willing to spend EUR 100 or so, but I'd like something
> > more than 10 stickers in return ;)
> > OTOH it's some work and logistic overhead someone would need to
> > tackle.
> > "fix an issue" sounds a bit problematic. I'd rather not give the
> > blanket promise of fixing a particular thing or introducing a feature,
> > this has the potential to "force" us to do things nobody considers a
> > good idea, if things go bad. Maybe more something like "vote on a
> > specific bug/feature we'll consider a priority"?
> > What about some document about the sprint where funders will be
> > listed, with higher perks with (company) logo/URL? That's something
> > I've seen a lot with other campaigns and seems reasonable to me.
> > What do you think about perks for pytest trainings? Maybe that'd be a
> > good incentive for companies - fund the sprint *and* get a training
> > for pytest (or pytest/tox/devpi - not including travel/stay for the
> > training of course).
> > Florian
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