Web Compatibility Projects
Web Compatibility is wide. There are many possible projects around this topics. You may want to take a look at our quarterly goals list too.
|webcompat.com||Mike Taylor||https://github.com/webcompat/webcompat.com||General responsibility of the project|
|webcompat.com backend||Karl Dubost||https://github.com/webcompat/webcompat.com||Python development of the project|
|webcompat.com frontend||Guillaume Demesy||https://github.com/webcompat/webcompat.com||CSS, JS of the project|
|webcompat.com design||Ola Gasidlo||https://github.com/webcompat/webcompat.com||Layout/Design|
|webcompat bug triage||Oana, Sergiu||https://webcompat.com||Triage Process|
|webcompat bug diagnosis||Dennis, Karl, Thomas||https://webcompat.com||Diagnosis Process|
|webcompat outreach||Adam||https://webcompat.com||Outreach Process|
|Blipz||Mike Taylor/Thomas Wisniewski||_||_|
|Webcompat GoFaster||Dennis Schubert||_||_|
|Evangelism||Mike Taylor||_||Conferences speaking|
WebCompat.com Web site
- owner: miketaylr
The project has a certain number of keywords that are worth documenting.
Tripwire web compat regression analysis tool -
- owner: twisniewski
A Firefox browser extension which allows taking self-contained snapshots of how a web page renders in a "known good" browser version, and then later comparing that snapshot to how the same page renders in a new version of the same browser. Meant to be useful in automation to monitor when a page's rendering changes, so that we may confirm that the changes are not due to breaking web compatibility. (work in progress)
Projects which have been abandoned or have been completed are being archived.