> On Aug 12, 2017, at 2:37 AM, rdo...@gmail.com
> I can surely help pointing more people to whomever the centralizer is.
Thanks! Any help is greatly appreciated!
What I really need is someone who can lead it. I’ve got a lot of stuff
going on, and I’m working on other parts of PHP TestFest, so I need a
volunteer who can keep track of prizes, sponsors, their logos,
communicate with them, get information, etc.
If anyone on this list is intereseted in helping, please let me know.
Khayrattee, is this something you’re interested in leading? You had some
great ideas (loved your names for the rewards). If you’d like to lead,
let me know. I’ll, of course, be available to help. I just need someone
who can do the leg-work, follow-up with sponsors, make some changes to
the website, etc.
> Regarding what is "good", I would remove the check for passing, tests
> for bugs are welcome and would not pass.
Agreed. I guess what I mean is that the test should pass if the
functionality already works as expected, but if it is a verified bug,
the test should fail (until the bug is fixed, but PHP TestFest testers
would not be expected to fix the bug).