How would *you* make an awesome Contribute page?

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This is one of those things that if I over-think, I'll never get around to posting, so here goes: the current WebQA "Contribute" page isn't the best it could be.

So, what would *you* change about it? If you're a contributing community member, what about the page (if anything) helped draw you/retain you?

I've started taking notes and making an outline, but am not happy with the lack of a "quickstart" guide, which I tried to do with the current page. It's hard to get the balance of the wealth of information I have to share with just enough to get folks started and encourage them to branch out later.

Please do leave feedback; I'll really take it to heart as I work through the Contribute redesign -- it's really important to increase visibility and get more people looking at and helping to shape our web apps.


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