What we want to accomplish with QMO:
- Create a home for the Mozilla QA Community of testers and volunteers
- Provide a place for them to communicate, create, and share tasks and projects
- Support various Mozilla projects' QA efforts by allowing their communities to coexist in one place and share resources
- More focus on Firefox testing, test development, and QA outreach
- Organize and track community events
- Host community projects for data analysis, new tools, and test automation.
- Create a program to attract more users to the Mozilla project and groom them into testers and qa engineers.
- Migrate old mozilla.org QA pages and update them to be more useful/effective
- Identify all links to mozilla.org and point them to QMO
- Find strategic spots to promote QMO
- Educate and encourage the general Mozilla community to start using QMO for QA related info
What we don't want to do:
- Don't become a support center (JT is already working on a customer service strategy that will be focusing on providing support for our users)
- Don't step on any toes or reinvent the wheel
- Don't compete with mozillaZine, but work with that community and share ideas/content.
- Don't disrupt regular communication channels like IRC and newsgroups, but utilize them as much as possible to expand QMO's reach and influence.
- Don't replace the wiki, only migrate static content from the wiki to QMO and continue to use the wiki when appropriate and link to it instead.