openSUSE Project seeks moderators for new German forum
The openSUSE Project developers have announced that they are currently seeking volunteer moderators for a new German forum which they plan to create "in the near future". According to an openSUSE News post by openSUSE Ambassador Sascha Manns, the new forum will be located at forums.opensuse.org and will need patient and sympathetic volunteer moderators, for example the post says "RTFM is not a solution".
Manns points out that those looking to join the team should have a good knowledge of Linux, specifically openSUSE, and should enjoy sharing it with others. Additionally, prospective moderators should be able to explain complicated ideas and concepts in German, in a clear and simple as possible fashion. An understanding of English is also desirable, as the openSUSE team's language is English. Interested parties can apply by emailing Uwe Buckesfeld.
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