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[libreoffice-design] RFE process between QA and UX


Hi all,

Discussing with QA team today, there has been a lot of bug reports
concerning minor enhancements these last days.
It would be better is those enhancements would be first discussed by the
UX team before going to QA for triage because most of the time they
don't have the requested info regarding bug filling then QA team has to
spend a lot of time to reproduce them and this is not up to the QA team
to discuss UX enhancements.

So it would be much more efficient for both teams to:
- first discuss the enhancement here or on redmine (I don't know your
process :)
- then fill a RFE when it's consolidated with all the needed info for
the QA team
- let the UX team confirm it quickly so it goes out the QA review
process and stats.

Thanks in advance for your help here!
Cheers
Sophie

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Sophie Gautier sophie.gautier@documentfoundation.org
Tel:+33683901545
Co-founder - Release coordinator
The Document Foundation

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[libreoffice-design] Re: RFE process between QA and UXV Stuart Foote <VStuart.Foote@utsa.edu>
Re: [libreoffice-design] RFE process between QA and UXJan Holesovsky <kendy@collabora.com>
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