Note this page was written in 2020 at the conception of the Core Contributor Program and thus current terminology, requirements, and implementation details may differ from what this document and its children pages describe. Specifically, the program herein described is now known as the “Core Contributor Program Committers”, whereas previously it was “Core Committers”.
In order to ensure the program’s success and validate ongoing commitment to its rollout, let us collaborate on concrete goals for each Core Committer during Phase 1. Ideally, these goals illustrate the positive impact on our platform from the responsibilities listed.
Here are a few examples of target goals for Phase 1:
I will document missing ADRs, READMEs, HowTos, etc in <repository>.
I commit to N hours to review and merge/close OSPRs in <repository> and will work with @Natalia Berdnikov to ensure these OSPRs are routed to me.
After a discussion with my Champion (and engineer X), we agreed with my plan to implement <technical investment> in <repository>.
I work through the backlog of pull requests in the Devstack repo to close them or make sure they are being actively worked on.
I will commit to spending ~20 hours per month on the following items:
Working on edX proctoring (scope of this work will be updated after the call with Simon Chen)
Answering questions on the forum, specifically related to the LTI, proctoring etc.
Reviewing OSPRs (after discussion with my Champions which repos needs me more)
edX repo owners or domain experts. Igor at Raccoon Gang has CC rights to the following repos. Please provide your thoughts on possible technical investments he may take on for each of these repos. Igor and his edX champions will then consider your wishlist when converging on his CC responsibility goals for this quarter.
xblock-lti-consumer (@Marco Morales@Dave Ormsbee)
Nim: Work with the OSPR author (who was this?) to update the LTI consumer to support LTI v1.3.