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BDD for the OSS         Contribution ProcessMike Gehard, Software Engineer   mgehard@pivotallabs.com   @mikegehard
Feature:
Feature: As a prospective open source contributor
Feature: As a prospective open source contributor I would like to be able to easily contribute to a project
Feature: As a prospective open source contributor I would like to be able to easily contribute to a project In order to gi...
Scenario: Easily set up a development environment
Scenario: Easily set up a development environment Given there is an OSS project that I want to work on
Scenario: Easily set up a development environment Given there is an OSS project that I want to work on When I clone the gi...
Scenario: Easily set up a development environment Given there is an OSS project that I want to work on When I clone the gi...
Scenario: Easily set up a development environment Given there is an OSS project that I want to work on When I clone the gi...
Scenario: Easily set up a development environment Given there is an OSS project that I want to work on When I clone the gi...
Scenario: Easily set up a development environment Given there is an OSS project that I want to work on When I clone the gi...
Scenario: Easily set up a development environment Given there is an OSS project that I want to work on When I clone the gi...
Scenario: Contribute code
Scenario: Contribute code Given I have green tests
Scenario: Contribute code Given I have green tests When I write tests for the functionality I want to add
Scenario: Contribute code Given I have green tests When I write tests for the functionality I want to add And I watch them...
Scenario: Contribute code Given I have green tests When I write tests for the functionality I want to add And I watch them...
Scenario: Contribute code Given I have green tests When I write tests for the functionality I want to add And I watch them...
Scenario: Have my commit integrated in the project
Scenario: Have my commit integrated in the project Given I have have submitted a well tested patch
Scenario: Have my commit integrated in the project Given I have have submitted a well tested patch When I wait about a week
Scenario: Have my commit integrated in the project Given I have have submitted a well tested patch When I wait about a wee...
Scenario: Have my commit integrated in the project Given I have have submitted a well tested patch When I wait about a wee...
Make it easy to set up dev environmentWrite well tested codeQuickly integrate changesKeep you contributors happy
Be the change you wish to see in the world.- M Gandhi
BDD for the OSS Contribution Process
BDD for the OSS Contribution Process
BDD for the OSS Contribution Process
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BDD for the OSS Contribution Process

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A lightening talk that I gave at Mountain West Ruby Conf about how I feel that the OSS contribution system should work.

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  • Thanks to Evan Pheonix and the Rubinius project for the idea of commit rights.\n
  • Thanks to Evan Pheonix and the Rubinius project for the idea of commit rights.\n
  • Thanks to Evan Pheonix and the Rubinius project for the idea of commit rights.\n
  • Thanks to Evan Pheonix and the Rubinius project for the idea of commit rights.\n
  • Thanks to Evan Pheonix and the Rubinius project for the idea of commit rights.\n
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  • Transcript of "BDD for the OSS Contribution Process"

    1. 1. BDD for the OSS Contribution ProcessMike Gehard, Software Engineer mgehard@pivotallabs.com @mikegehard
    2. 2. Feature:
    3. 3. Feature: As a prospective open source contributor
    4. 4. Feature: As a prospective open source contributor I would like to be able to easily contribute to a project
    5. 5. Feature: As a prospective open source contributor I would like to be able to easily contribute to a project In order to give back to the community
    6. 6. Scenario: Easily set up a development environment
    7. 7. Scenario: Easily set up a development environment Given there is an OSS project that I want to work on
    8. 8. Scenario: Easily set up a development environment Given there is an OSS project that I want to work on When I clone the git repo
    9. 9. Scenario: Easily set up a development environment Given there is an OSS project that I want to work on When I clone the git repo And I cd into the project
    10. 10. Scenario: Easily set up a development environment Given there is an OSS project that I want to work on When I clone the git repo And I cd into the project And I run “bundle install”
    11. 11. Scenario: Easily set up a development environment Given there is an OSS project that I want to work on When I clone the git repo And I cd into the project And I run “bundle install” And I run “rake”
    12. 12. Scenario: Easily set up a development environment Given there is an OSS project that I want to work on When I clone the git repo And I cd into the project And I run “bundle install” And I run “rake” Then I should see all of the tests pass
    13. 13. Scenario: Easily set up a development environment Given there is an OSS project that I want to work on When I clone the git repo And I cd into the project And I run “bundle install” And I run “rake” Then I should see all of the tests pass And I can start working
    14. 14. Scenario: Contribute code
    15. 15. Scenario: Contribute code Given I have green tests
    16. 16. Scenario: Contribute code Given I have green tests When I write tests for the functionality I want to add
    17. 17. Scenario: Contribute code Given I have green tests When I write tests for the functionality I want to add And I watch them fail
    18. 18. Scenario: Contribute code Given I have green tests When I write tests for the functionality I want to add And I watch them fail And I write code to make them pass
    19. 19. Scenario: Contribute code Given I have green tests When I write tests for the functionality I want to add And I watch them fail And I write code to make them pass Then I can easily push code to a fork of the repo
    20. 20. Scenario: Have my commit integrated in the project
    21. 21. Scenario: Have my commit integrated in the project Given I have have submitted a well tested patch
    22. 22. Scenario: Have my commit integrated in the project Given I have have submitted a well tested patch When I wait about a week
    23. 23. Scenario: Have my commit integrated in the project Given I have have submitted a well tested patch When I wait about a week Then I should be able to see my commit in the repo
    24. 24. Scenario: Have my commit integrated in the project Given I have have submitted a well tested patch When I wait about a week Then I should be able to see my commit in the repo And I should have commit rights in the main repo
    25. 25. Make it easy to set up dev environmentWrite well tested codeQuickly integrate changesKeep you contributors happy
    26. 26. Be the change you wish to see in the world.- M Gandhi

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