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ubuntu-community/askubuntu-pundit_summary
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Pundit on Ask Ubuntu ('summary' field)
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ORIGINAL TRANSLATION:
Comments are temporary notes left on a question or an answer. They can only be upvoted and flagged, but do not generate any reputation change. To earn this badge, you have to leave a total of 10 comments, each getting 5 or more upvotes. To leave a comment, simply click on the <i>comment</i> link below each post.
Please note, that, while you can always comment on your own posts and any part of your questions, commenting on other people's posts is a privilege you have to earn by getting more reputation.
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Introduce the accomplishment, explain what the different concepts are that are involved, and provide guidance on how to accomplish it.
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Located in ../accomplishments/ubuntu-community/askubuntu-pundit.c:32
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ubuntu-community/askubuntu-pundit_steps
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Pundit on Ask Ubuntu ('steps' field)
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ORIGINAL TRANSLATION:
Leave a high quality comment. If you have less than 50 reputation, you can only comment your own posts and questions.
Wait until the comment received 5 or more upvotes from the community.
Repeat for a total of 10 such comments.
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Add a series of step-by-step instructions for how to accomplish this trophy.
NOTE: Put each step on a new line
FORMATTING ALLOWED: <i> <strong> <tt>
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Located in ../accomplishments/ubuntu-community/askubuntu-pundit.c:45
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ubuntu-community/askubuntu-pundit_tips
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Pundit on Ask Ubuntu ('tips' field)
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ORIGINAL TRANSLATION:
Your comments will more likely receive upvotes if they add real value to the posts (e.g., asking a questioner for more detail, explaining a downvote on the post, etc.).
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Add tips and best practise for accomplishing this trophy.
NOTE: Put each tip on a new line
FORMATTING ALLOWED: <i> <strong> <tt>
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Located in ../accomplishments/ubuntu-community/askubuntu-pundit.c:56
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ubuntu-community/askubuntu-selflearner_summary
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Self-Learner on Ask Ubuntu ('summary' field)
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ORIGINAL TRANSLATION:
Occasionally one will find or realize the solution to a question, which he or she posted, before the Ask Ubuntu community. It is encouraged and beneficial to post answers to self asked questions.
When an answer to a self posted question receives a score (up vote) of 3 or more, the Self-Learner Badge is awarded.
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Located in ../accomplishments/ubuntu-community/askubuntu-selflearner.c:32
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ubuntu-community/askubuntu-selflearner_steps
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Self-Learner on Ask Ubuntu ('steps' field)
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ORIGINAL TRANSLATION:
Provide a correct answer to a question posted by ones self.
Receive 3 up votes on your provided answer by the Ask Ubuntu community.
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Add a series of step-by-step instructions for how to accomplish this trophy.
NOTE: Put each step on a new line
FORMATTING ALLOWED: <i> <strong> <tt>
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Located in ../accomplishments/ubuntu-community/askubuntu-selflearner.c:44
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ubuntu-community/askubuntu-selflearner_tips
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Self-Learner on Ask Ubuntu ('tips' field)
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ORIGINAL TRANSLATION:
Answers should be very descriptive with each step displayed in succession.
Images and screen-shots in answers are helpful and will receive more attention if appropriately used.
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Add tips and best practise for accomplishing this trophy.
NOTE: Put each tip on a new line
FORMATTING ALLOWED: <i> <strong> <tt>
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Located in ../accomplishments/ubuntu-community/askubuntu-selflearner.c:66
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ubuntu-community/askubuntu-selflearner_pitfalls
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Self-Learner on Ask Ubuntu ('pitfalls' field)
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ORIGINAL TRANSLATION:
Vague or generic answers with links to other blogs are not easy to understand.
Obvious answers will not impress the community thus lowering the chance of up scoring.
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Add things the user should not do when working to accomplish this trophy.
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Located in ../accomplishments/ubuntu-community/askubuntu-selflearner.c:78
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ubuntu-community/bugsquad-member_summary
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Bug Squad Member ('summary' field)
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ORIGINAL TRANSLATION:
The Bug Squad is Ubuntu's team for helping out with improving bug reports.  The Bug Squad is the first point of contact for the bugs filed about Ubuntu.  Members assign bugs to packages, ensure that bug reports are complete, find duplicate bug reports, recreate bugs, and forward bugs to their upstream authors. All of these activities help bugs get fixed and subsequently make Ubuntu even better.
What the Bug Squad does is also known as Triaging, which is similar to the process of prioritizing patients in a hospital based on the severity of their condition. This allows developers to spend their time more effectively, and is a great way to learn about how Ubuntu works as an operating system and as a community. It's also not uncommon for triagers to discover new and interesting features they didn't know about.
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Located in ../accomplishments/ubuntu-community/bugsquad-member.c:32
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ubuntu-community/bugsquad-member_steps
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Bug Squad Member ('steps' field)
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ORIGINAL TRANSLATION:
Sign the <a href="http://www.ubuntu.com/community/conduct">Ubuntu Code of Conduct</a>
Read the <a href="https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/HowToTriage/">Triage Guide</a>
Subscribe to the <a href="https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-bugsquad">Bug Squad Mailing List</a>
After completing the previous steps, <a href="https://launchpad.net/~bugsquad/+join">apply for membership here</a>
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Add a series of step-by-step instructions for how to accomplish this trophy.
NOTE: Put each step on a new line
FORMATTING ALLOWED: <i> <strong> <tt>
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Located in ../accomplishments/ubuntu-community/bugsquad-member.c:46
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ubuntu-community/registered-on-askubuntu_summary
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Register on Ask Ubuntu ('summary' field)
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ORIGINAL TRANSLATION:
<a href="http://askubuntu.com">Ask Ubuntu</a> is a web site where users can ask their questions related to Ubuntu. It is a great way of requesting support, it's easy and quick, and one does not need to register there to ask something. However, users who want to propose answers and use all functions of the site, including comments, voting, and many more, need to register an account.
This accomplishment unlocks all other trophies recieved by activity on Ask Ubuntu.
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NOTE: Break this into paragraphs by putting each paragraph on a new line.
FORMATTING ALLOWED: <i> <strong> <tt>
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Located in ../accomplishments/ubuntu-community/registered-on-askubuntu.c:32
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