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Simple Machines, our team, and our recruitment process

Started by Kindred, February 22, 2010, 04:06:02 PM

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DoctorMalboro

Posting and doing stuff just for a rank is the way to show that you only like badges and not responsabilities...

Sleezy

Quote from: Jaekob Caed on April 03, 2011, 07:09:51 PM
I'd imagine that you'd get that position by first becoming a translator, and working with translating for people and stuff. I'm not exactly sure how that would work. :P

I did not know you were on the smf site too, I though you were just on the Smfnew site. :P
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JBlaze

The first rule of the Team is you don't talk about the Team.
The second rule of the Team is you don't aim to be on the Team.
The third rule of the Team is you don't talk about the Team.
Jason Clemons
Former Team Member 2009 - 2012

Sleezy

Quote from: STaTiiKz on April 03, 2011, 07:53:10 PM
The first rule of the Team is you don't talk about the Team.
The second rule of the Team is you don't aim to be on the Team.
The third rule of the Team is you don't talk about the Team.

Who me? If so, I already knew 2 of those. :P
SMFNew Advocate for SMFNew (Dagger)

Arantor

Quote from: lowrida018 on April 03, 2011, 07:54:41 PM
Quote from: STaTiiKz on April 03, 2011, 07:53:10 PM
The first rule of the Team is you don't talk about the Team.
The second rule of the Team is you don't aim to be on the Team.
The third rule of the Team is you don't talk about the Team.

Who me? If so, I already knew 2 of those. :P

Not the important one, though.
No good deed goes unpunished
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Sleezy

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Matthew K.

I really don't think there is a need for this, not that it's incorrect, but because the team has already handled it privately, and I don't think this needs to be posted publicly. I personally, would find it quite humiliating, and I would definitely not take it well.
Quote from: busterone on April 03, 2011, 10:56:37 PM
lowrida018, I don't know how to say this any way but straightforward.
You have been posting nonsensical and unhelpful comments all over the support boards for quite a few days. Your lack of knowledge on how SMF works is apparent.  You really need to do a lot less posting and a whole lot more reading, learning, and experimenting on your own board before you can offer support in any meaningful manner.  Your wild guess comments in the support topics only serve to confuse the OP looking for help. 

Joshua Dickerson

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busterone

Well, if it has already been dealt with, then I apologize. I have no intention of embarrassing anyone myself, simply pointing out a simple truth. I have seen these non-sense posts show up all over the place, and to be honest, they are quite irritating. 

Sleezy

Nothing taking, but now I have to have my post's approved by a Moderator.  :'( :'(
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enik

Quote from: JBlaze on April 03, 2011, 07:53:10 PM
The first rule of the Team is you don't talk about the Team.
The second rule of the Team is you don't aim to be on the Team.
The third rule of the Team is you don't talk about the Team.

In this I'm very agree.

I think that to get the team is a long way, I myself took almost 3 years in smf.

and even now begin to know how it works  :P

feline

Not everyone is welcome to the team, as there are personal dislikes  :D

Hj Ahmad Rasyid Hj Ismail

Some of us are welcome and some of us are not. Fair enough to me.  ;)

Kindred

feline,

it doesn't necessarily have to do with "personal dislikes" but rather, can the potential candidate work within our existing team structure and work with existing team members (and can those team members work with the candidate)?
Please do not PM, IM or Email me with support questions.  You will get better and faster responses in the support boards.  Thank you.<br /><br />"Loki is not evil, although he is certainly not a force for good. Loki is... complicated."

feline

Yea Sir Kindred,

I think I have (also in my job as a beta tester) more often proved that I have skill. But obviously there are other reasons, which I just do not know.

Hj Ahmad Rasyid Hj Ismail

As stated in OP that most will be invited to join the team starting from being support specialist. Thus, I believe that sharing your knowledge and understanding on how to solve problems to members the SMF ways will help a lot in showing your interest in becoming a team members in the positive way. You may also opt not to join if you are not ready or have other commitments or not interested in becoming team members at all. I know you are very good but I seldom see you are helping around a lot as it should be. A trait which may lead you to be offered by a team member to become one of the apprentice. Just another 2 cents from me.

feline

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Quote from: feline on April 07, 2011, 04:26:50 AM
Always when I enter a topic I have a virus alert ...

You're using Kaspersky?

See Virus Report from Spell Checker for existing discussion.
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  • QuotePosts often and regularly.  We need people who are active and able to contribute regularly.
  • I use to until I got a reply from a modder not to give support to his mode anymore... after that I stopped with helping on all mods
  • QuotePosts accurate information.  Not knowing the answer is fine, however posting a bad solution is worse than no solution.
  • I have always only posted only if a knew the answer or point in a directions to who could help
  • QuotePosts information in an easy to understand manner.  As the project has expanded, we are getting more users who don't have a vast experience with computers.  We need people who can help them out as well as the super geeks like me.
  • To me my replies are easy to understand :D for others with no computer skills I couldn't find the time for them.....
  • QuoteIs respectful to the other users, especially when confronted with an opposing view.
  • Always have done with everything I do
  • QuoteAbility to work as a part of a team.
  • love team work, always happy to give a helping hand if asked
  • QuoteHas been contributing for a while.  We often get people who surge onto the scene but quickly fizzle out.  We are looking for people who will still be active a year or more from now.
  • I have made Mods and shared with others via email and re-edit mods for my self but left the copy rights to the creator as I don't want someone else credit
  • but will not shared them mod edits I have done on the boards, I send my moded mod to the creator for if he/she wants to use the edits they can.
I don't have time to get deeply involved as I have enough to do as it is. But I will be around for a long time yet and maybe next year who knows
I might take on something more involving like this.

Colin

"If everybody is thinking alike, then somebody is not thinking." - Gen. George S. Patton Jr.

Colin

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