kde-usability -- KDE Usability Project


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This list is intended for discussion of the KDE Usability Project. Discussion on this list is intended to follow the goals of the KDE Usability Project:

* Promote usability in KDE and FLOSS
* Educate and assist developers with design
* Conduct design activities to improve KDE usability

This list is meant to be a resource for KDE contributors (developers and designers) to get together and solve practical design problems and plan for future design changes. To help accomplish this, please try to follow these guidelines when posting a new topic:

* Clearly state the usability problem and the application/version in which it appears
* Provide a recommendation on how to address the usability problem, including alternative solutions
* Provide a list of pros and cons for your recommendation
* Provide an expected outcome of the discussion (such as a new HIG guideline, code patch, or bugfix)
* Include a screenshot if relevant

This is not a user support list. For general discussion and help with KDE, please see kde@kde.org.

Please keep discussion as on topic as possible at all times. Members who fail to remain on topic or digress the discussion in a way which makes it less useful will be switched to a moderated status.

To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the kde-usability Archives. (The current archive is only available to the list members.)

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