Help Wanted! bitweaver is growing!

spiderr • 26 Jun 2008 (22:02 UTC)
bitweaver is community powered software. All of our contributors help with bitweaver because that enables them to complete their own endeavours, be it personal or professional. With our increased number of commits and features, bitweaver is looking for some talented individuals to help us grow. Any and all help is welcome, however, we do have several particular needs:

  • Project Manager 1 position - This is an Project Admin level position open for anyone with a strong sense of organization, and a passion for web technology. Coding skills not required.
  • Community Manager 2 positions - Help nuture and lead the community by tending to our forums, blogs, and outreach to other websites. Coding skills not required.
  • Release Manager 2 positions - URGENT Unix shell guru need to get our ReleaseProcess going when so we can improve our release frequency. Also tends the bug database . Coding skills not required.
  • Webmaster 1 position - Upkeep of the entire bitweaver.org website, in particular the wiki and usability improvements. No technical skills required, just a power user knowledge of bitweaver.
  • Software Developers are always welcome. Top notch coding skills required.

If interested, please Developer Center on IRC or the bitweaver-core mailing list.

Comments

Help

by Kozuch, 27 Jun 2008 (09:28 UTC)
I am sure I could take up some of that work, hopefully Project Manager and Webmaster, most likely also a piece of any position. My problem is just that I would not hang out on IRC that much and you seem kind of "closed" community there to me because of this. So if someone wants to give me sf and bw.o admin permissions, please go ahead and tell me here.

Re: Help

by spiderr, 28 Jun 2008 (11:59 UTC)
Hi Kozuch, Webmaster sounds great. I checked and you should have all the permissions you need now. Most of us do hang out on IRC 24/7 because it is a highly efficient mechanism for group development. We are not closed at all, and lots of users drop by.

Project Manager involves community management, release management, andn webmastering combined. So a key accomplishments are getting releases out, running a MediaBlitz, and overall becoming a crucial part of growing the project. Usually someone steps up and takes responsibilty for these things and we invite them as an admin.

community manager

by mmln, 24 Jul 2008 (03:27 UTC)
I can do community manager role.