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We've been invited to participate in some user testing at a new event
"SpinachCon"[1] that will take place a day before LibrePlanet[2] this

I need to show up with a list of tasks for users to perform (about
15-30 min worth). I've a few ideas off the top of my head, including
testing the sidebar, but I'd be grateful for additional input.

What would you like to see tested? What parts of LibreOffice would
most benefit from user feedback?


P.S. If you will be in the Boston area on March 21st, it'd be great to
have you attend SpinachCon -- just drop me an email!

[1] SpinachCon will provide realtime user experience feedback and
constructive criticism for participating free software projects in a
friendly environment.

SpinachCon will be a four hour open house where users will come by and
do a few tasks with each of four projects. In order to make it even
friendlier, projects will pair up and hear each other's feedback. This
precludes the developers or project evangelists from interrupting user
feedback with explanations or apologies. After the event is over, each
project gets to take their own project's feebdack with them.

At this inaugural SpinachCon, users will be encouraged to try all four
projects. We envision user-testers spending around two hours with us,
so the list of tasks you ask users to perform should take 15-30
minutes. We'd like for each project to bring at least two people --
although three is probably ideal. Your project volunteers do not need
to be technical volunteers. If you'd like your project to participate
and are having trouble finding local people, let me know and I will
put out a call to our local GNU/Linux user group to try and help you
fill in the gap.


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