In addition, we will also need volunteers in the areas of
I am a "non-literate" end user of linux products . . . right now booted in Leap 15.5 . . . which I do "like" and would like to stay with it. Right now I would want to do "live" testing, because I now have 7 bare metal installs in my '12 Mac Pro, and that seems to be the limit on what TW's grub/update-bootloader can handle. When I had 8 installs it would take an hour to run through that command. Now with 7 it takes a few minutes or less.
But, having said that, I do like "alpha" editions and I do file bug reports when problems show up. I did some QA testing for lubuntu some years back, but that process is too rigid for this old guy. Happy to check out a live iso of whatever is coming up in ALP and mess about with it, and provide feedback here, for instance. Nothing of value to offer beyond that.