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The problem here is:
  • Lot of pull requests are coming for New features.

And merging all such new-features with the core branch should be done slowly with the consensus from existing communities and growing needs. Lets go slow from here, and don't break things!

We are not Rails! :D

  • We need to have a clear developer documentation of How to contribute for askbot

Include coding style, test cases to write, better bug-tracker, Trello Boards or even better project management tools etc. This has to be done very soon.

  • Regarding passing those test cases:

Lets create a separate test case folder? With test scripts inside?

Well, most developers don't know the core Askbot code, they would have written test cases for their own code submissions, but testing with Askbot test cases is something we should not expect from them. The core contributors and askbot team developers should be assigned for this task.

Open for comments. :)

The problem here is:
  • Lot of pull requests are coming for New features.

And merging all such new-features with the core branch should be done slowly with the consensus from existing communities and growing needs. Lets go slow from here, and don't break things!

We are not Rails! :D

  • We need to have a clear developer documentation of How to contribute for askbot

Include coding style, test cases to write, better bug-tracker, Trello Boards or even better project management tools etc. This has to be done very soon.

  • Regarding passing those test cases:

Lets create a separate test case folder? With test scripts inside?

Well, most developers don't know the core Askbot code, they would have written test cases for their own code submissions, but testing with Askbot test cases is something we should not expect from them.

The core contributors and askbot team developers should be assigned for this task. to test all the global test cases when merging with the core and report back bugs to the original authors.

Open for comments. :)