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doc: edit "How Can I Help?" in Collaborator Guide

Edit the "How Can I Help?" section of the Collaborator Guide to keep
sentences simple, short, and direct.

PR-URL: #26895
Reviewed-By: James M Snell <jasnell@gmail.com>
Reviewed-By: Daniel Bevenius <daniel.bevenius@gmail.com>
Reviewed-By: Yongsheng Zhang <zyszys98@gmail.com>
Reviewed-By: Ruben Bridgewater <ruben@bridgewater.de>
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#### How can I help?

When you send your pull request, please include information about whether your
change is breaking. If you think your patch can be backported, please include
that information in the PR thread or your PR description. For more information
on backporting, please see the [backporting guide][].

Several LTS related issue and PR labels have been provided:

* `lts-watch-v10.x` - tells the LTS WG that the issue/PR needs to be
considered for landing in the `v10.x-staging` branch.
* `lts-watch-v8.x` - tells the LTS WG that the issue/PR needs to be
considered for landing in the `v8.x-staging` branch.
* `lts-watch-v6.x` - tells the LTS WG that the issue/PR needs to be
considered for landing in the `v6.x-staging` branch.
* `land-on-v10.x` - tells the release team that the commit should be landed
in a future v10.x release.
* `land-on-v8.x` - tells the release team that the commit should be landed
in a future v8.x release.
* `land-on-v6.x` - tells the release team that the commit should be landed
in a future v6.x release.

Any Collaborator can attach these labels to any PR/issue. As commits are
landed into the staging branches, the `lts-watch-` label will be removed.
Likewise, as commits are landed in a LTS release, the `land-on-` label will
be removed.

Collaborators are encouraged to help the LTS WG by attaching the appropriate
`lts-watch-` label to any PR that may impact an LTS release.
When you send your pull request, please state if your change is breaking. Also
state if you think your patch is a good candidate for backporting. For more
information on backporting, please see the [backporting guide][].

There are several LTS-related labels:

* `lts-watch-` labels are for pull requests to consider for landing in staging
branches. For example, `lts-watch-v10.x` would be for a change
to consider for the `v10.x-staging` branch.

* `land-on-` are for pull requests that should land in a future v*.x
release. For example, `land-on-v10.x` would be for a change to land in Node.js
10.x.

Any Collaborator can attach these labels to any pull request/issue. As commits
land on the staging branches, the backporter removes the `lts-watch-` label.
Likewise, as commits land in an LTS release, the releaser removes the `land-on-`
label.

Attach the appropriate `lts-watch-` label to any PR that may impact an LTS
release.

#### How is an LTS release cut?

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