I got an email on a testing-related mailing list from somebody who would like to take over an Open Source project with no current maintainer. Here's a fragment of that email:
As I am interested in brushing up on my coding skills, so I would
appreciate your help in identifying an existing orphan/dormant
open-source tool/toolset project who needs an owner/maintainer.
I am especially interested in software process-oriented tools that
fill a hole in an agile development/test/management tool stack."
If anybody knows of such projects, especially with a testing or agile bent, please leave a comment here. Thanks!
Saturday, September 13, 2008
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