QA/OneandDone

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This page contains all of the important details for One and Done.

Overview

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.

Previous project data can be found here: QA Taskboard.

Get Involved

If you'd like to try out One and Done, sign up and pick a task! There is an option within One and Done to give feedback once you finish or abandon a task.

To contribute to our code base, check the readme document in the One and Done github repo. The site is written in Python and uses Django.

To report a bug or suggest an enhancement, please use Bugzilla.


URLS

Specs

Team

The primary and secondary contacts for each role of this project:

  • Project Managers: Rebecca Billings
  • Developers: Bob Silverberg
  • IT/WebOps: TBD

Communication You can contact us using the dev-quality mailing list. You may also find us in the #qa IRC channel. Feel free to ping:

rbillings
bobsilverberg

Meetings

  • One and Done monthly check-in meeting
    • Every first Wednesday of the month, starting February 4, 2015
    • Place: Rebecca Billings Vidyo Room
    • Guest Vidyo link:

https://v.mozilla.com/flex.html?roomdirect.html&key=fDhXwkHDRVdK

    • To join from a telephone, dial the following number:
US Toll Free +1 800 707 2533, pin 369, conf 99215

2016

Q1

2015

Q4

Q3

Q2

Q1

2014

Q4

Q3

Q2

Info & Links

Metrics

2014

  • May 7: 305 non-staff contributors, 195 task attempts, 123 finished.
  • June 2: 670 non-staff contributors, 444 task attempts. 302 finished.
  • July 15: 1632 non-staff users. 879 task attempts. 617 finished.
  • Aug 6: 1790 non-staff users. 1327 task attempts. 929 finished.
  • Sep 4: 2901 users, 1750 task attempts, 1219 finished.
  • (Sep 23: 3756 users, 2172 task attempts, 1516 finished)
  • Oct 9: 4217 users, 2440 task attempts, 1720 finished