How To Get Involved in Mozilla QA
Monday May 8th, 2000
Gervase Markham, whom some of you met at the Developer Meeting last month, has created a great QA introduction page. If you are interested in submitting a Mozilla bug report, or are just interested in finding out other ways to contribute to Mozilla, it's a great place to start.
Tuesday May 9th, 2000 2:55 AM
I just want to add that QA is a great way to contribute to Mozilla if you don't consider yourself a ninja code-guru (which I don't) but want to do something helpful :-) If you're not that familiar with the project, it's also a good way to get more involved.
#2 Thanks for a great page Gerv
Tuesday May 9th, 2000 6:26 AM
This is really the first time we've had a clear 'how to help out testing Mozilla' page. It is a great resource and I encourage everyone who is interested in contributing (code or testing) to take a look at it. And for those that are already involved it is a well organized quick reference (and a great place to find all those links you want to include in your bug comments).
(you know it -- posted with 050808 build)