Help with the Community Review
david.planella at ubuntu.com
Fri Oct 8 11:06:01 BST 2010
El dv 08 de 10 de 2010 a les 10:56 +0200, en/na David Planella va
> El dt 05 de 10 de 2010 a les 15:59 +0200, en/na David Planella va
> > Hi translators,
> > I would like to ask for your help in a new initiative.
> > Quoting Jono:
> > "[...] as we have grown, I feel the typical community onboarding
> > experience, that is, getting new people involved, has become overly
> > complex. As such, I am kicking off an initiative with some of my fellow
> > community members to identify areas in which we can fix this."
> > In short, we are trying to assess how to make it easier to new
> > contributors to participate to Ubuntu in different areas.
> > You'll find more information here:
> > https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommunityReview/Sep2010
> > We'd like to ask 5 new (or relatively new) members to the translations
> > community to answer some really simple questions, which we'll use as
> > feedback to identify what we need to fix or improve.
> > So what I would like to ask you is to forward these questions to any of
> > your team members that might have started to contribute recently and to
> > send me an e-mail with the answers at
> > david(dot)planella(at)ubuntu(dot)com. I'll then process the data and
> > I'll publish it on that wiki page, removing the name of the submitter in
> > case he/she does not want it published.
> > Here are the questions:
> > Translations
> > ------------
> > * How did you learn about this part of the community?
> > * What attracted you to this type of participation?
> > * Where did you look first for information on getting involved?
> > * Did you feel the places you looked for information were useful?
> > If not, how could we improve?
> > * When learning skills and content for participating, were the
> > resources you used useful? If not, how could we improve?
> > * What recommendations would you make for improving your
> > experience in our community?
> > Do you think you could give a hand with that?
> > Thanks!
> > Regards,
> > David.
> Hi translators,
> I've already received really good feedback from the Italian and
> Slovenian teams , which will be really helpful in identifying areas
> for improvement for new contributors.
> I would still like to have as many participation as possible from all
> teams, to make sure that the views represent a spectrum as wide as
> possible of our global translations community.
> So I would like to ask you that if you've got new members in your team
> (or if you are new yourself!), please forward this e-mail to them to
> participate in this short survey.
> As a reminder, the questions were:
> * How did you learn about this part of the community?
> * What attracted you to this type of participation?
> * Where did you look first for information on getting involved?
> * Did you feel the places you looked for information were useful?
> If not, how could we improve?
> * When learning skills and content for participating, were the
> resources you used useful? If not, how could we improve?
> * What recommendations would you make for improving your
> experience in our community?
> It should not take more than a few minutes to complete, and you'll be
> really helping the global Ubuntu translations community in improving its
> onboarding experience. The more detailed the answers, the easier it will
> be to identify areas of improvement.
> You can then send the answers to david(dot)planella(at)ubuntu(dot)com,
> I'll then process the feedback and publish them on .
> Thanks a lot!
>  https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommunityReview/Sep2010/Translations
Hmm, sorry for the extra e-mail. I just forgot to mention that there is
also an area for everyone to leave comments in the report. Some of you
have been giving me feedback on #ubuntu-translators. You can also add it
Ubuntu Translations Coordinator
www.ubuntu.com / www.davidplanella.wordpress.com
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