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Session Proposal: One and Done

What will your session or activity allow people to make, learn or do?

The "One and Done" initiative, previously known as "QA Taskboard", is a workflow where Mozilla community contributors can pick tasks and work on them - one at a time, one day at a time - and feel good about doing them.

Participants will write the code needed to come up with a working Version 1.0 of this product.

How do you see that working?

  1. We will form small groups (about 3 to 5 people).
  2. Each group will be provided with a detailed prototype for each feature.
  3. Each group will code the feature, test it, critique it, and iterate.

How will you deal with 5, 15, 50 participants?

  • With 5 participants: We'll form one group and all work together.
  • with 15 participants: We can form 3 groups.
  • With 50 participants: We can form 10 groups.

What do you see as outcomes after the festival?

Participants will contribute the source code of Version 1.0 of this product. We will provide these follow-up opportunities:

  • Continue to develop the product and contribute your source code to Mozilla's code repository.
  • Participate at future Mozilla community gatherings to develop the product further.
  • Join our mailing list to stay in touch and share progress.