Hey sorry I missed the training on August 26. My brigade leader missed the email with this link in it, and I'm a pretty green delivery lead so wasn't conditioned to check the forums.
Your outline above looks fantastic. I've already poached parts of it as we build a Delivery Lead role description specific to our unique environment at Code4Maine (geographically distributed).
As for testing, @aramonc I think that just happened to show up first on that list above. While testing in a project is important, there are definitely some more important steps that we as DLs can do to encourage participation and getting code out there.
My personal feeling is that high quality documenation is the first and most important piece to any successful project. You can hack away at clever things, but unless some one else can easily grok what you're trying to accomplish with examples and a "here's how to use it" section, your code will likely remain unused and unloved.
As for project monitoring, I'm building out a project I've dubbed Beehve ( http://github.com/code4maine/beehve ) which I hope will go alone way towards helping our geograpically spread out team keep tabs on projects. It's heavily inspired by a similar project in Philly, but I'm a python dev and couldn't stomach/understand a lot of the PHP going on in Laddr. But hey, I dropped a vowel out of my project's name in tribute
Anyhow, Beehve is a project monitoring tool. Right now project developers have to specifically update their projects there, but my hope is to "pull" a lot of the updates from services like Github and Bitbucket so hopefully devs don't have to think so much and the question of "is this project still active" can be answered with a link to the Beehve page.
That's all in the future though. In the meantime I'd love to see some training sessions on writing high quality documentation and making projects accessible to other developers. Those are the two hurdles I see going forward.
Especially important is how to get inexperienced or low-confidence developers engaged and excited about helping out.