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      Answer Support requests

      Pick a question of "Open" or "Answered: still needs help" status from http://www.dreamwidth.org/support/help and answer it.

      Information on how Support volunteering works can be found on our wiki: http://wiki.dwscoalition.org/notes/Volunteering#Support

         — Azure (Azz) Lunatic (azurelunatic) · 6 years ago
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      Interrogate the wiki

      Dreamwidth's wiki is a work in constant progress, and many sections are out of date or badly incomplete in ways that may not be obvious to seasoned contributors. When looking through the wiki, add what you can, and bring things that aren't obvious or are out of date to other contributors who may know it.

         — Azure (Azz) Lunatic (azurelunatic) · 6 years ago
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        Discuss documentation, testing, webmastering, and/or publicity.

        Include URLs if relevant (we'll automatically linkify them).

      • Example:

        We need people to download version 0.4.5 and make sure the frobulator still frobulates correctly.

  • Q: What's a good bug for a newcomer to tackle?

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        Many projects have good small tasks that can teach newcomers how the project works. Now's your chance to share one of them!

        Include URLs if relevant (we'll automatically linkify them).

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        Someone could improve the photo upload dialog box so that it lets you resize the photo before sending it to the web.

  • Q: What is a bug or issue with Dreamwidth that you've been putting off, neglecting, or just plain avoiding?

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        I don't know how to get started with internationalizing my app.

        Bug 392 about printing was filed five years ago, and I don't even know if printing still works.

        I want help from a C coder writing a Maildir patch for Alpine.

      • Note:

        If this issue was formally filed on the web, be sure to include the URL.

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Social blogging with accessiblity-aware design.

from the profile of Azure (Azz) Lunatic (azurelunatic)

The code is mostly written in Perl.

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There are 48 people who can mentor in Perl, Dreamwidth's primary language.

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