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       I'm interested;
          and could definitely handle the editing of written materials in
order to make these more easily understandable.

On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 10:50 AM, Joel Madero <> wrote:

Hi Everyone,

This is an invitation to our users to join the volunteers with the quality
assurance team and help continue to make LibO a better software suite for
everyone. No programming skills are needed (although if you have some it
can be useful).

What we do:

Our current project is to get our large backlog of bugs triaged (organized,
confirmed, prioritized). Because our team isn't very large we have a
difficult time keeping up with new bug reports (along with doing the other
tasks needed to be done by QA) so we are looking to add a few (if not more)
people. We are currently trying a group together to do a triage event on
IRC where a group of us spend 1-2 hours triaging as many bugs as possible.

If you're at all interested please reply to this email and we'll go from

Best Regards,

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