We’re thrilled to announce that we have some new amazing features to make community leadership at SUMO much easier. We are making contributions at SUMO more transparent and with our new metrics it’s very easy to understand what your community is doing and how you can have an impact.
We want to make it easy to understand how the local communities are working so that:
- it’s easier for new contributors to spot the right contacts and get started.
- contributors can coordinate the work, assign rights and share the work load
- we can show everyone how wonderful our contributors are and how much they contribute to nurturing the open web
So if you’re interested in doing community building for your locale here’s our magic toolkit:
The starting point is your locale dashboard*, where you will find the menu on the left side:
You can track the localization coverage over time and feel proud of the impact you’re having on all the users in your locale!
Also you will be able to see how many contributors have been active over time, so you know how strong the community is. If you want to know who has been active you can check the “Localization team” site.
Here you will be able to see who are the locale leaders and the reviewers. Also you will be able to see the active users in the past 90 days. This will help new contributors find the localizers they need to contact if they want to get started. And active localizers will be able to see who is active to coordinate better. It’s much easier to do community building, share the work load and make friends : )
Something very cool about this page is that the locale leaders are now able to add locale reviewers. It means that the locale leader has all the rights to turn editors into reviewers, without needing an admin. We want to give communities all the tools to be able to do community organization and building on their own.
Finally, we added the recent revisions to that menu, so that contributors can quickly access this feature that let’s you see the last reviews in that locale. You will be able to see the last activity and who was active. Pretty amazing to understand how the locale is working!
We also have been displaying the contributions on the user profile. So if you want to see what you or other contributors have contributed to SUMO, just go to their user profile and see their answers in the forum and the documents they have contributed to.
Tell us what you think and what you need!
Let us know what you think about these new features and if you have some other ideas. We want to empower every contributor to be a community leader.
* You can reach your locale dashboard using this link with your ISO language code: https://support.mozilla.org/[ISO language code]/localization, for example Spanish: https://support.mozilla.org/es/localization