Community Goals second half-year 2016


(Michael Kohler) #1

Hi everyone

At the community meetup we had a week ago, we came up with the following possible goals. Please give your feedback if you see this as the right direction and right metrics. Should we kick anything? Should we add anything?

You can find the full notes of the meeting here: https://public.etherpad-mozilla.org/p/mozillach-community-meetup-june2016

Objective 1: Grow our core contributor strengths and be amazing at being visible in Switzerland

  • Key Result 1: We have at least 5 core contributors that are active on Discourse
  • Key Result 2: 30% of threads on Discourse are created by non Community Focus Group (https://wiki.mozilla.org/Switzerland#Focus_Group) members
  • Key Result 3: At least 25 GitHub issues are created from a discussion on Discourse with clear steps on how to implement
  • Key Result 4: Have started an at least monthly meetup group around Developer Tools to have “hacking evenings”
  • Key Result 5: At least 3 persons are involved in organizing events
  • Key Result 6: At least 4 persons are involved in creating content for Twitter tweets and answering mentions
  • Key Result 7: The mozilla.ch website clearly reflects on where we want people to get involved in MozillaCH covering all functional areas provided on the Wiki page (https://wiki.mozilla.org/Switzerland)
  • Key Result 8: At least 80% of functional areas are covered by at least 2 contact persons (https://wiki.mozilla.org/Switzerland)

Objective 2: We are a driver in prototyping Firefox for the future

  • Key Result 1: We have started a monthly meetup group around Developer Tools to have hacking evenings, providing guidance to new people to get involved in hacking DevTools
  • Key Result 2: We have at least 2 hackathons for 2 different components
  • Key Result 3: We have at least 20 confirmed Nightly users who know how to submit bugs
  • Key Result 4: We are engaging at least 10 people in QA’ing Servo for specific websites
  • Key Result 5: We engage at least 2 persons to work on positron, spidernode or browser.html

Thanks already for your input!


(Michael Kohler) #2

I think this fits perfectly with the direction the Participation team is going: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1ozLAucdP8NBbOfl10pBsYkq0uE4bZd145cz4kBiu6dA/edit?pref=2&pli=1#slide=id.g1462cfa1ed_0_438