[TIP] Adopt pytest month - looking for projects to take part

Brianna Laugher brianna.laugher at gmail.com
Thu Mar 19 15:52:49 PDT 2015

Hello again testing fans,

Well April is drawing nearer, and we are still looking for projects
interested in some specialised pytest help. We have 27 pytest
volunteers which is fantastic!

Initially we asked for open source projects with more than 1
developer, but now we are being inviting any 1-person shows, who would
like to be a 2-person show for April at least, to take part. :) So if
you have a side project which hasn't got a huge community of its own
yet, you could get some 1-on-1 pytest help with it.



On 11 March 2015 at 22:44, Brianna Laugher <brianna.laugher at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Python testing fans,
> As you may know, April is "adopt pytest month". We have 20 ready & willing
> pytest volunteers and we are looking for open source projects to take
> advantage of their help!
> It doesn't matter if your test suite right now is barely-there or has 100%
> code coverage - we think pytest can improve almost any testing situation,
> and we would like to invite you & your open source projects to take part.
> If you have looked at pytest in the past but felt the learning curve was too
> steep, if your test suite doesn't always get the love it deserves, or if
> you're just sick of test code boilerplate, this could be a good chance to
> get some extra eyes (and hands) on deck.
> For more information and to sign up please check out:
> http://pytest.org/latest/adopt.html
> If you have any questions please feel free to ask. Or if you know of a
> project that might be interested in taking part, feel free to forward this
> to them (or tell me, and I can contact them).
> cheers,
> Brianna
> --
> They've just been waiting in a mountain for the right moment:
> http://modernthings.org/

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