daniel.r.kegel at gmail.com
Sat Oct 1 11:10:43 CDT 2005
On 10/1/05, Molle Bestefich <molle.bestefich at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Anyway, I'm trying hard to come up with a web page that
> > makes it easy for even non-wine-developers to help
> > triage bug reports. [ http://kegel.com/wine/qa ]
> You asked for feedback from non-wine-developers, so here's my 2 cents.
Great! Thanks for writing!
> 1.) Your web page is a little hard to read.
> Not sure why, maybe it's just that it's 5-guides-in-1 along with
> code samples that makes it hard to get a proper overview.
Think it would help to break it up into multiple pages?
I'm afraid that would just make it harder to follow.
> 2.) The bugzilla engine that you refer to is hard to use.
I admit it takes some time to get used to, but I don't think
switching to something else is an option at the moment.
> I've spent an hour staring at the search page before it struck me: I
> have to put the string "Trillian" in the "Comments" field.
> That's just horrid for newbies.
True! I updated my page to lead newbies through searching
for a particular app's bugs. Have another look at
and let me know if it's any better now.
> Another thing that would help the newbie experience is to, per
> default, change the STATUS field to contain all color and flavors.
Agreed. That's worth considering. (Any Bugzilla administrators want
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