Michelle Marovich is organizing a Design for Participation workshop, and she has created a fun Contribution Madlibs template for people to fill out. I completed a version for how the community tools team works on mozillians.org:
We want to improve the value of mozillians.org, we need several people to collaborate with us on it therefore we will share our plans and contribution opportunities on our project wiki page and a blog syndicated on Planet Mozilla in order to publicize the work.
Then we mentor those people and communicate regularly on our project channels in order to engage with the people who are interested.
We break the work down into tasks by creating bugs for various skills and amounts of effort.
We communicate those tasks by marking them on Bugzilla and linking to them from our project wiki page and our IRC channel.
So that we can work effectively together, we always make sure that people can ask questions, give feedback and share ideas on our discussion forum and IRC channel.
We continue to raise awareness of the work by blogging about it as well as sharing it with Mozillians at the project meeting, the Grow Mozilla meeting and by email.
We communicate decisions and progress by posting to different discussion forums, syncing up in our weekly meeting and commenting on bugs.
When we achieve a milestone, reach a goal, or someone does something amazing we recognize them by personally thanking them and recognizing their hard work publicly.
If you want to get involved with mozillians.org, check out our project wiki page to learn how to get started.