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I was one of the one who sent a direct email to you (should have kept it on
list, my apologies) about contributing. QA is actively trying to grow and
requires very little (if any) programming skills. If you'd like to help out
with QA (triaging mostly right now), let us know and we'll help you get
started. Devs can't start fixing problems until they are appropriately
prioritized so there may be hundreds of bugs about interoperability with
MSO but Devs can't look at it until our small team of QA'ers get to them
and verify the bugs and then prioritize.


On Mon, Nov 19, 2012 at 8:28 AM, Marc Paré <> wrote:

Hi Carl,

Le 2012-11-19 08:34, Carl Paulsen a écrit :

Thanks, Regina.  I know there are other ways to contribute, but I don't
necessarily know what they are.  Templates is one way, but the real
issue I see is going from MSO to LO/OO.  We can't control the other end.

So is there a simple list of SPECIFIC ways users can contribute
(templates is a good example) that is easily found?  I've seen some
general lists of how to contribute, but I haven't searched much for more
specifics.  In any case it should probably be front and center on the
website (again, not the develop, donate $$, etc. generic list, but more


Our contributions are team driven. Usually, if an individual is seriously
interested in contributing:

* she/he will go to the "Get Involved" section of our website[1]
* read through the different categories for contribution
* choose/join an area of interest
* announce her/himself to the list
* state their particular interest in that section
* members will then direct them to their project needs

If unsure of where you would best fit:

* the "user" or the "discuss" mailing lists are where you could leave
questions with regards to contributing
* someone from the project will ask you about your interests, after which,
guide you to the right contributor-section that suits you best
* once you have joined the team and announced yourself, the team members
will help guide you to their project needs.

Feel free to let us know in what way you could help out the project, and,
we will help you find the right section. You will find that we will gladly
accept your help in whatever section you decide to join.

Hope this helps.


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