ALERT Kick-off meeting
Last week I was in Karlsruhe in the ALERT kick-off meeting, this is a FP7 project funded by the European Comission. Its main goal is to create real-time & personalized help for developers based from the project’s information (SCMs, BTSs, wikis, blogs, forums and so on). The typical example of one of this aids is sending to the developer a list of suggested duplicated bugs to confirm them or even mark them as duplicated without its intervention.
I’m happy with the team, we are ten partners from different European countries and we have important communities such us KDE to test the real thing. During the next year I’ll be working on improving the tools we have to extract data from remote project resources (mainly BTS and SCM) and I’m pretty sure I’ll enjoy it.