Workgroups are the heart of our open-source project. A workgroup is a temporary or permanent group of Community Heros who work together on a single or several open feature requests, bugs or feature improvements. The creation of a workgroup can be spontaneous and only last for the duration of the assigned task(s) or for long-term cooperation on a specific topic group.
For workgroup leaders:
Anyone can join a workgroup or propose the creation of a new workgroup for an issue that is not on the list yet. Members of the django CMS Association who are involved in workgroups receive voting rights for their work contributions.
In order to sync on the work progress of the workgroups, one member of the workgroup should attend the weekly tech committee meeting every once in a while to report on the work progress. In case you want to join the weekly tech committee to report on your work progress please get in touch with Nicolai ([email protected]), who will guide you through the process.
We trust the group members that the work within the working groups is characterized by mutual respect and a constructive feedback culture (see also our Code of Conduct. However, if there is a conflict within a workgroup that cannot be solved by the members, please contact Nicolai ([email protected]) and he will help you.