thank you for your message.
First of all, please direct all questions related to PHP TestFest at the
following email: email@example.com
Thank you also for taking the initiatives to organise a TestFest with your
community via the conference, that's a very great thing to do.
Regarding "what to test", you are free to choose whichever part of "the php
core" you/your community feel comfortable to test.
Regarding material on the how to proceed:
- Please have a look here: https://phptestfest.org/resources/
- I think the team is prepping some slides that UG Leaders/Organizers could
use - we'll communicate that soon.
- Join the discussion and browse similar topics on our Google Group:
- Folks are also on slack: http://slack.phpcommunity.org/ to help/discuss
In the meantime, I am adding "firstname.lastname@example.org" in the loop so
others can also assist you.
May The PHPorce Be With You!
On Mon, Sep 18, 2017 at 5:22 AM, Clinton Otte-Ford <email@example.com> wrote:
Dear QA Team,
My name is Clinton and I’m helping to organize a PHP TestFest event at the
Madison PHP Conference in Madison, WI this coming Friday. As I have not
ever contributed to PHP, and probably many of our tutorial day participants
haven’t either, I would love to hear what you might suggest we work on. Are
there 2-3 tests that would be especially interesting for you?
Let me know what you think. Thanks for all your work!