My Outreach Program internship with Mozilla QA was, like all Outreach internships, a three-month internship, sponsored and funded by the open source project each Outreach intern works with. I participated in the December 2014 – March 2015 round.
In the first weeks of my internship, I also worked on updating the Test Day IRC bot, written in Node.js, to run in the main Mozilla QA channel, with authenticated administrative and Test Day helper commands, using an updated version of node-irc. I completed 18 total contributions to the testdaybot repo. The updated Test Day bot has been running in #qa since January.
Here’s one last list, this one, by bug, of my internship Bugzilla activity.
The mentor for my internship was Henrik Skupin, now a member of Mozilla’s A-Team. I’m pretty sure I benefitted from at least one key assist from every member of the A-Team. They’ve been a wonderful group to work with! I especially want to thank Chris Manchester for all his help with the Firefox UI tests and David Burns for his key and gracious help with my Marionette patches. Thank you, thank you, thank you all!