If you attend the previous community meeting, you might see Giulia’s presentation about our community strategy work that came out of our work week in Toronto. I want to emphasize the importance of this project in relation to the direction of our community moving forward.
One of the main focuses of this strategy will be community onboarding. We know we want more awesome human beings like you in our community and onboarding is the crucial part where we see a lot of drop off. With that in mind, it’s more important than ever to revolutionize our onboarding experience and make it even better.
But executing a project takes time and we couldn’t do it without you! That’s why we need your feedback along the way while we’re working on this project. If you haven’t had a look at our community plan, I recommend reading through this document. You’re more than welcome to leave comments directly on the doc or simply reply to this thread. When reading through the plan, it’s recommended to think about these questions:
- Which one do you find most exciting?
- Based on your experience, is there anything else that needs to be addressed to improve your contribution experience?
- Are these priorities feel align with how you envision a better SUMO community in the future?
And if you feel like doing more, we would like to invite you to be part of the Feedback Group. By joining the Feedback Group, you’ll be asked to engage with the plan and provide feedback on a regular basis, before we roll out the plan to the broader community. You might need to allocate 1-2 hours per month for this project. If you’re interested to be part of this Feedback Group, please sign up here (let us know if you can’t access the form).
Of course, we will continue to collect feedback from the broader community as well, whether through blog or forum posts, and we would like you to help us push those communications and be a proactive ambassador of every voice out there.
Thank you for the time you dedicate to our community. It means a lot to Mozilla and our mission.
Keep rocking the free web!
Onwards, Kiki & Giulia