Le jeudi 31 mars 2011 à 23:48 +1000, Nick Coghlan a écrit :
On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 10:16 PM, Antoine Pitrou firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
It would be nice if someone with UI design experience was interested in maintaining/improving the tracker.
The challenge is the same as with any UI designer involvement in open source stuff though: they really need to be given the freedom to do proper workflow analysis and come up with something that *works*, but in practice things tend to get derailed into endless bikeshed arguments, since *everyone* has an opinion on the UI design of the tools they have to use.
Well, obviously they have, since they are users and are directly impacted by any changes. The line this draws is between clean-sheet design and iterative improvement. Clearly it would be difficult to try to sell us a wholesale change in how the issue tracker organizes things.
(AFAIK, Roundup itself comes from a platonic, clean-sheet design of an ideal bug tracker: we had to customize it a lot)