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Always use normal Mozilla QA procedures when dealing with non-Site Evangelism bugs.
Before you can help in Mozilla Site Evangelism, you must understand the Quality Assurance process for mozilla.org. The following documents describe the general QA processes for mozilla.org. Read and Understand. Messing around with Product related bugs in bugzilla without knowing what you are doing, can lead to a loss of reputation and a loss of privileges. Always defer to the Component owners, Bug owners and regular contributors and be certain you know what you are doing before changing a product bug.
You can also visit #mozillazine on irc.mozilla.org to meet other members of the Mozilla Community and get involved.
A Site Evangelism bug is very different from normal bugs in bugzilla for one major reason: A Site Evangelism bug tracks the need to convince a third party to change their content rather tracking the need for a mozilla.org contributer to fix a product issue or add a new feature. For this reason, Site Evangelism uses different processes than are used in other products and components in bugzilla.
Read more about Mozilla Site Evangelism procedures.
You can also visit #evangelism on irc.mozilla.org to meet other members of the Site Evangelism Community and get involved.