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?
> - 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.
"It is our choices, that show what we truly are,
far more than our abilities." (A.P.W.B.D.)
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