With software testing, it’s a good idea to keep the end user in mind, but with open source software this is absolutely necessary. Open source projects largely rely on community engagements and involvement. Whether that be asking questions, reporting issues, or submitting pull requests. Testing an open source project must account for working with the community in these ways. There must be processes in place to support community members in their efforts to contribute and to leverage the feedback they provide in order to impact the product’s quality positively. In this SauceCon 2018 session, Meaghan will share strategies to maintain high quality in open source projects. She will draw on her experience testing open source projects at GitHub and discuss the ways collaborating with the community has allowed her to test more creatively while keeping the users in mind.