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Le 2011-06-10 02:24, Sophie Gautier a écrit :
Hi all,

I would like to draft a message to attract QA people to work on bug
triaging, we need more hands here every day. Could you help me to get
something fun, attractive and that have enough info however to let
people make their decision.
- you have at least one hour of free time per week
- you are able to read English, even poor
- you know how to follow instructions with imagination

If you are able to answer yes to these questions, then, you're are the
lucky winner of an unconfirmed_bug! Please check your prize here [bug
number to be confirmed]. To know how to retrieve it, join this list, we
will help you to win even more, etc.
What do you think? Thanks in advance for your help.

Kind regards

Nice! Sounds good. The message is good and, it would be helpful if you mention where they are to go to sign up (mention of the wiki page you mentioned in another response to this post) and also would be nice if there were a short mentorship programme where newbies were tied to a "veteran" bug triage person. This will add conformity to the group.



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