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[libreoffice-design] Re: RFE process between QA and UX


sophi wrote
> So following the discussion we had yesterday during the QA meeting
> (thanks Jay for your participation :) we agreed that issues created by
> UX/Design members will be set as NEW and assigned to UX-advice.
> The QA wiki pages will be modified to reflect this change.
> ...

>From the Design hangout minutes (w/minor reformatting).

Bugzilla workflow proposal after the QA [and UX/Design] team meetings.

1) issues opened as an enhancement of UX or in UI/Design elements
should always be handled in Bugzilla UX-advise component.

2) opened as UNCONFIRMED by anyone, or directly NEW by Design/UX
team participants (including any Devs and QA folks)

3) Design/UX team participants, or any QA review should go ahead
and adjust the component to UX-advise and NEW

4) Design/UX team should review proposal for completeness, ask OP
for needed details, and add to weekly agenda

5) while active, pending Design/UX consideration retain NEW, or

6) if/when "voted" down from UX or Design perspective, close as

7) if/when approved--retain as NEW, but what then?

Q: should we retain issues in BZ UX-advise, or change BZ component
to UI as now happens, or change to the affected LO component?
Q: UI vs. specific component, any risk of losing track of
Design/UX recommendations?
Q: should we track the BZ issues on the Wiki anyway?
Q: for Devs seeking guidance, how to communicate design or UI
Q: any need to convey prioritization of enhancement or UI change,
or impact on UX?

And here are the guidelines now posted to the QA/Bug Triage Wiki

UX Enhancements

Any bugs which cover enhancements to the UI/UX of LibreOffice should be
given to the UX Team

Change the Component to ux-advise
Update the Status
If the request looks complete and plausible, Status -> NEW
If the request seems incomplete or needs explaining, Status ->

Leave a comment along the lines of:
"UX Team -- please take a look at this enhancement. Thanks!"

Happy to pick this up again in the new year if there is any more to be
resolved--we want folks to be happy with the arrangements. But more
importantly to feel welcome to participate on both QA and the UX /Design


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[libreoffice-design] RFE process between QA and UXSophie <gautier.sophie@gmail.com>
Re: [libreoffice-design] RFE process between QA and UXJan Holesovsky <kendy@collabora.com>
Re: [libreoffice-design] RFE process between QA and UXSophie <gautier.sophie@gmail.com>
Re: [libreoffice-design] RFE process between QA and UXJan Holesovsky <kendy@collabora.com>
Re: [libreoffice-design] RFE process between QA and UXSophie <gautier.sophie@gmail.com>
Re: [libreoffice-design] RFE process between QA and UXJay Philips <philipz85@hotmail.com>
Re: [libreoffice-design] RFE process between QA and UXSophie <gautier.sophie@gmail.com>
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