On Oct 7, 2014, at 10:38 AM, Adam Young <ayo...@redhat.com> wrote: > We should come up with a published list of "intern and senior projects > proposals"
I know there is a low-hanging-fruit tag in the bug tracker, and this summer when we had two interns on our team working on Openstack we had them both “onboard” to the development process by having them find and resolve low-hanging-fruit tagged bugs in IPA and Ironic. I’d strongly suggest this list start with us being more vigilant about tagging bugs as low-hanging-fruit and then having those act as a gateway into the community. At Open Source Bridge this year, in a session about getting newcomers interested in open source, easy/l-h-f bugs were indicated as a strongly preferred way to get someone involved. Even to the level of suggesting a more senior developer could make the bug report better, with more breadcrumbs for a new person, to make it even easier to get started. Just a thought :). Thanks, Jay Faulkner
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