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Florian Effenberger 於 2019/10/14 下午8:58 寫道:

Heiko Tietze wrote:
The meeting is an offer to the community, work is done on BZ
(actually all of the mentioned tickets were discussed in advance of
the meeting so my decision was finally covered by the team). The
meeting happens bi-weekly on Wednesday or Thursday with a time for
people from east and west. Asked repeatedly people in the team and
got positive feedback to this way of dealing with UX related topics.
Nevertheless, I'm open for any suggestion.

how's the participation rate usually? If it's mostly you, it IMHO
doesn't make sense to continue that model. Then either suspend the
calls until further notice, or let's collect feedback and ideas how to
improve the participation rate.

Reading call minutes with just one participant doesn't look too
attractive for people who might want to participate.

All IMHO, so other thoughts welcome, of course :-)


I used to talk with Heiko about this meeting.  In my imagination if this
call is open to the community, the topic may ought to be around the
UI/UX instead of bugzilla bugs.  For example I used to collect some
opinions from Taiwanese users and lecturers and discussed with Heiko in
this meeting.  That time was more close to what I think the meeting
should be.  In such meeting Heiko can also explain why we design UI in
that way, not necessary to accept everything users want.

The problem might be how to attract more users coming to share their
experiences and how to avoid same problems being mentioned again and
again.  Time is another issue too.

Same to QA -- maybe we can have a meeting asking users to attend,
talking about bugs they think important and why.

Franklin Weng
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