How much karma should one have before applying to becoming a member.
jjesse at iserv.net
Thu Mar 1 01:41:20 GMT 2007
> On 12/6/06, Richard Johnson <nixternal at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>> On Tuesday 05 December 2006 19:48, David Farning wrote:
>> | I am a new contributor to Ubuntu and am a bit confused about the karma
>> | thing.
>> | How does one get 10 million points? And more practical to me, How
>> | debugging points before one is considered for membership?
>> | David
>> Bug triage points are good, but not always necessary. When you go in
>> the Community Council for your membership hearing, they look over all of
>> contributions. Contributions such as bug triaging, support in
>> #kubuntu/ubuntu/edubuntu/xubuntu, Ubuntu Forums, Kubuntu Forums, Support
>> Tracker, and testimonials of other Ubuntu members. Once you have a good
>> months plus of solid contributions to the community, and a couple of
>> to vouge for you, you will be golden.
>> Whatever decision you come to, if you are ready now, or would like to
>> month or two longer, I wish you the best of luck! Catch me online as
>> nixternal if you have any more questions, or of course right here is
>> well. Take care.
>> Oh, How can I get 10 million points? ;)
>> .:Richard Johnson
>> .:nixternal at ubuntu.com
>> .:ubuntu.com .:kubuntu.com .:edubuntu.com .:xubuntu.com
> I wonder what happen to my Karma, I used to have 2 million Karma points,
> it's down to 1k?
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Karma Recalculation took place and everyone's karma was re-figured.
Discussed several times on launchpad-users
Also when applying for membersip make sure you have people who can back
you up. Get sponsers who can attend the meetings
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