Last updated by tvn on Mon, 2012-04-16 17:10
Current Status - Active
The goal of this sub-project is to build an expertise/reputation system which will cover all the different types of contributions (including non-code ones), show the value of non-code contributions, encourage more non-code contributions, encourage more possible contributors to start actually contributing.
Earlier Prairie discussions
- Reputation systems: how others do it
- Showing Reputation/Experience on Drupal.org profiles
- Exploring solutions: Our Profile Pages
The system we are building will include ways to: capture, measure and display wide range of contributions.
- code commits
- reviewed and tested patches
- UX reviews
- graphic design
- participating in marketing activity
- other (to be defined in process).
The current reputation mechanism we are exploring has an emphasis on 'human' not 'mechanical' reputation.
There will be a number of 'teams' available for you to join. If you join a team, this will be shown on your profile.
Others in the community are then able to +1 or 'vouch' for you as an expert or good member of that team. If they do this, their names will be shown in a list of people who vouch for your expertise (so both the actual people and the number of people who vouch for you is meaningful. If you vouch for someone, it will be visible to others, so your reputation is also at stake when you recommend others.)
- Points/reputation system for support.d.o
- Reputation system for design.d.o
- Australian Drupal community discussing Drupal showcases, promoting Australia in Drupal (where corporate adoption is starting to grow) and self-promotion of who's who in the existing community
- Building Web Reputation Systems - Randy Farmer at Google Tech Talks 2010
- Building Web Reputation Systems companion wiki