QA/Firefox/Community/Casual Firefox QA

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This is high level guide on how to contribute to Firefox Quality Assurance as a Casual Contributor. Read on if you are a Firefox user and are interested in participating as a Casual Contributor. If this doesn't seem to be the right volunteer level for you, each level of contribution is generally outlined at Firefox QA Community.

What is there to do?

There is prolific growth in and production from the Mozilla Development Community. Mozilla QA could use your help to keep up with that growth and production. Firefox QA is one area where you can make an impact. What follows are ways to take action and make an impact an your own leisure.

Casual Firefox QA

The easiest ways to contribute to the Firefox QA Community are to take a few moments to do one or more of the following.

  • File bugs when you encounter them. This is an excellent resource to learn how.
  • Always submit any Firefox crash reports.
    • What is Crash Reporting?
    • By submitting crash data, our analyst will identify trends and get a workable bug on file for the developers to fix.
  • Share your thoughts about Firefox at Understanding what our users enjoy using or not helps Mozilla make their products better.
  • Look up or file a support ticket on an issue you have with Firefox at SUMO. By observing how support issues are trending, Mozilla can identify top issues and correct them in our products or services.

Yes, it is that easy! Nothing too complicated or time consuming. Just take a moment to get involved.

What's Next?

Becoming a Casual Contributor is fairly self explanatory. However, if you want get more deeply involved in Desktop Firefox QA by becoming an Active Contributor, you will want some guidance from a Core Contributor to get you going. Talk to us!

We would love to hear from you. Here are various ways of reaching us: