COD Sprint

Event Date/Time

Mon, 4 Nov 2013 - 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: 

Graduate School of Buisness, room C209, map http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/map-kmc.pdf

Please join us for COD sprint next Monday in GSB room 209, http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/map-kmc.pdf
https://drupal.org/project/cod
https://drupal.org/project/cod_support
https://drupal.org/project/issues/cod_support?categories=All

Sprint Gameplan:
 * Reach out to Stanford to get test volunteers (test the user stories for completeness)
 * Spin up development environment for non-technical users to test
 * Creating documentation alongside tests
 * Creating issues for failed user story tests
 * Assigning individual working groups for each major component
 * Giving VCS access to MongoDB developers to contribute patches to COD, and training them on contribution guidelines (Issue #s reference git commits, no self-review of patches, etc)

Sprint Goals:
 * Move at least 15/30 patches in the queue under needs review to either fixed or needs work

 * Revise the COD project pages to better advertise the work being done in COD7 and make it easy for people to still find COD6 documentation
 * Provide documentation shell for each section (cod modules)
 * Have all of the user stories completeness levels filled out, and ones that aren’t complete need to have d.o issues attached to them.
 * MongoDB devs to make significant progress on issue [#2009512]
 * Solid 2 month development plan for MongoDB to work on
 * Clearly scope out the work on Registration remaining. (Jakob to volunteer work on this to fill in the gaps since MongoDB is using eventbrite)
 * Ultimately, by the end of this week we should have a clear goal on where every user story is and a general idea from a high-level products perspective. This will be the criterion for what is a 1.0 release, and what is needed for Jan 1st deadline to be a success.

Last modified Fri, 1 Nov, 2013 at 15:15