Fwd: Re: Developers and KDE Brainstorm
imalchow at kde.org
Wed Dec 12 18:53:26 UTC 2012
Am Mittwoch, 12. Dezember 2012, 10:12:56 schrieb Anne Wilson:
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> Moult and I have been pushing for better use of Brainstorm wishes. Is
> it feasible to add some sort of flag in the way I suggested in this
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> Subject: Re: Developers and KDE Brainstorm
> Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2012 19:26:18 +0100
> From: Martin Graesslin <mgraesslin at kde.org>
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> To: kde-devel at kde.org
> On Tuesday 11 December 2012 11:05:40 Anne Wilson wrote:
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> > On 11/12/12 07:28, Frank Reininghaus wrote:
> >> Hi Anne,
> >> 2012/12/10 Anne Wilson:
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> >>> On 10/12/12 09:50, Frank Reininghaus wrote:
> >>>>> There is a perception that devs don't listen. This is not
> >>>>> a
> >>>>>> complaint, on my part, but a statement of fact.
> >>>> Well, I can't speak for all developers, but on my side,
> >>>> there is a perception that some people believe "If I have a
> >>>> good idea, it will either be implemented by the maintainer of
> >>>> the application, or it will not be implemented at all, and
> >>>> then the maintainer has to provide an explanation why he/she
> >>>> won't implement it". This is confirmed by...
> >>> I agree - there is a lot of misunderstanding. That's why I
> >>> think that if we can come up with a simple acknowledgement
> >>> (that's why I suggested something boilerplate) some of the
> >>> misunderstanding can be avoided.
> >> Yes, I think that we all agree that the frustration that results
> >> from such misunderstandings should be avoided. However, I would
> >> say that the average wishlist report on bugs.kde.org can usually
> >> not be responded to with a standard reply. But this might of
> >> course be different for ideas which have already been discussed
> >> thoroughly at KDE Brainstorm.
> > One thing I have wondered about is whether it is worth adding some
> > flag to show which are brainstorm wishes, making it easier to
> > assess whether they are in fact of a higher standard.
> This sounds very good. For me it would be a help to see which wish
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> come from brainstorm as I know that this is an evaluated and discussed
> and not a random thought. It's also easier than to point to a list of
> ideas when new developers join.
The flag is now created, thanks to Mamarok. Named "Brainstorm". Hope that
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