[TYPO3-core] Usability

Dmitry Dulepov dmitry at typo3.org
Fri Oct 13 10:42:05 CEST 2006


Kasper Skårhøj wrote:
> - How would you react if the usability team came up with a catalogue of 
> changes to the core that they decided will improve usabilty and asked 
> you to implement it?

Depends on the feature. I do not know who is in HCI team and do not know 
how closely they work with real people. I generally have common requests 
from all customers (like custom start module, better news handling, etc).

> - Would you do it?

May be, it depends on may factors. Some features may look useless to me, 
so I would not invest time to them (unless paid), some can be those 
asked by my customers, so I will be more than happy to fix them.

> - On which terms?

- If they are not against my own feelings (like some from Tapio)
	- If they are the same as my customer's concerns
	- If they are simple
	- If they are inside my extensions
- If they are paid
- I have nothing else to do

> - Are any of you on the HCI team and why/why not?

Reading newsgroup.

> - How many feature requests or bugs did you solve during the last month 
> that was not a problem for yourself or a client?

Mostly realurl/templavoila/mininews but I plan several fixes for core 
too. I keep them assigned to me and will start working on them when I 
have many enough of them. It is easier and more effective to concentrate 
on one project (= core or mininews or realurl or templavoila) than to 
switch from one to another all the time.

Dmitry Dulepov

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