Help Kickstart Rally's Developer Community
Let's Start a Developer Community!
There is an active proposal on Stack Exchange proposing a Rally Q&A site. It's a cool idea and we need your help to get it off the ground. If you're willing to spare three minutes, here's what we're asking you to do:
- Navigate to the "Rally" proposal: http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/48206/rally?referrer=maHQmrCUSKg12Ms0ooABZg2
- Click the Log in button at the top of the page. If you're already logged in, go to step 8.
- Click the OpenID authentication preference of your choice.
- Click “Allow”
- Click "Confirm and Create Account"
- If you're a new user, you'll be sent an email. If you're an existing user, proceed to step 8.
- Go to your email and find the message from Area 51 Stack Exchange. Open the email and click the link to verify your email address.
- Click "Commit"
- In the dialog box, add your name, select your primary role/interest, and add a comment if you’d like.
- Click "Commit" again.
- For extra credit, please share this site proposal on your social networks, but only if you want to.
Frequently Asked Questions
Whoa! This is a lot of work, why am I doing this?
Currently, Rally doesn’t have a place for customers to ask questions without creating a case or speaking to someone directly. We think it’d be awesome for our users who are already using the Stack Exchange communities to be able to interact where they are already are.
Do I have to answer any questions?
Not at all! But if you’d like to help out - great! We're excited about creating a community for Rally users and enthusiasts. Once it’s up and running, we’ll carefully moderate and answer any questions and tag appropriately, and we just need your help creating this place.
How many people do we need?
The proposal must pass the commitment phase, which needs:
- 200 users committed to the community
- 100 users who have 200+ rep in the Stack Exchange community
- a commitment score of 100%.
In order to launch, we need to get 100% compliance in all areas - Stack Exchange rates the proposal based on the lowest of the three scores.