[TYPO3-english] New typo3.org feedback: Why are you limited in the feedback you can give?
stephenbungert at yahoo.de
Thu May 10 14:00:26 CEST 2012
Yeah, i think having voting points is a good idea, but I slao think not
having any voting points shouldn't limit your ability to start a new topic,
if you discover an issue that should be looked at.
"Steffen Gebert" <steffen.gebert at typo3.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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> Hi Stephen,
> that's a setting in uservoice, which can be changed.
> I think we took the default value of 10 voting points. Having only a
> limited number forces people to prioritize and not to give X points to
> numerous issues. IMHO it's a very good concept.
> Kind regards
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> On 10.05.12 12:10, Stephen Bungert wrote:
>> I can't create any more ideas, it says I have used up all my credits...
>> Why can' I just post as many ideas I think of just because I have used up
>> votes? I can understand restricting the number of votes people have, but
>> surely if you have an new idea of see something wrong you should be able
>> report it.
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