I try to act as link between the developer list and design team in order
to raise your attention for UX related work by the developers.
Due to the number of patches on the developer list I'd like to see
others from our team to be attentive too.
Right now I noticed a mail over there:
Subject: [Libreoffice] [PATCH] Adding and Removing Color Charts
> Rob Snelders Thu Mar 24 13:37:00 PDT 2011
I have created a patch that enables users to add and remove Color Charts.
The patch is attached as the next message in the archive.
Would anybody be interested to contact Rob and the dev list to ask for
some more information (screenshot?) about this feature?
Even if this team member is not a UX "expert", providing this list with
information about UX related work would reduce the workload of our
"experts" and help the developer to get more and earlier feedback (most
likely just a "great, an improvement from UX view, go ahead!") from UX.
I think we definitively need to do UX support to the developers earlier
and tell them if there are pitfalls they don't think of but might affect
our user's experience.
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