Create a Piwik job board to advertise a range of long term and/or short term project positions to address specific needs and tasks within the Piwik project. The job board will enable members of the Piwik Community to participate on a range of short term projects that don't necessarily require a long term commitment. Examples of tasks that could be advertised on the Job Board might be: writing documentation, code a specific patch, develop a plugin, logo design, website redesign, forum migration etc...
Keywords: job, board, project, skills
Two questions I can think of that we need to ask:
Any feedback from other team members would be greatly appreciated.
If jobs are in Trac, we could tag them and simply link to the report. As an example, the subversion project uses the "byte-sized" tag.
We can create milestones to catgorize tasks that don't fall within the release schedule.
Thanks for the feedback.
1) So what you are saying is that we would still have a high level description of the job but with an embedded link pointing to a list of one one or more Piwik Trac Tickets based on a predefined set of tag(s).
2) Are you able to give an example of such a link? Any old Trac Ticket(s) are fine for the example. Just would like to see what this URL/link would look like.
3) The idea of creating milestones to categorise tasks that don't fall within the release schedule is an excellent idea. The current milestone structure works well for coding tasks but not necessarily for non coding tasks - we tend to dump these all within "Feature Requests" for for Piwik V1.0 and beyond - yet many will happen before hand. Much of the work I am currently doing falls within this scope.
Agreed with your ideas. Here are my thoughts
The page could be on piwik.org/job-board/ and be like a normal WP page. However if there is a suitable WP plugin to handle this easier, why not?
There would also be a link to "View all" that would load the full selection.
Also, it could have a list of frequent questions, like:
We would need to define the list of skills, and the initial tasks proposed on the board.
Matthieu, could you install this plugin for me?
ProjectManager plugin has been installed on Live Server (Thanks Matthieu!). Will now to proceed to setup a page in draft mode (prototype) and once I have something to show will then share with the team and ask for feedback.
Probably wont fix for now until Robert picks it up again hopefully :-)