Re: [board-discuss] Some problems.
Am 13.07.20 um 16:58 schrieb Italo Vignoli:
we have a peculiar development process which is IMHO rather difficult
to steer according to the usual marketing process.
To be honest: The part with "from which our product development" was a joke, knowing the facts as
(btw. the product is that mature it seems rather difficult to me to find useful new features which
affect more than a dozen people - except UI improvements maybe)
But what's about "sound analysis of requirements of our market from which our market communication
is coherently derived?"
Let's say we have three sources of knowing user requirements:
1.) Bugzilla end user requests for new features
2.) Askbot questions on features mostly existing but not known (which for the user asking makes no
difference to 1)
3.) Anticipation of upcoming market developments (i.e. increasing WFH) and requirements which may
come out of this
Getting these analyzed on more than a face-validity base may guide our communication to be more
targeted on user requirements and therefore more interesting or compelling for them (i.e. how to
set up a workflow with lots of off-premise users). Maybe even the ecosystem takes profit out of
such an analysis - developing LOOL wasn't decided after the fifth beer in a bar, I presume.
And a user requirement must not necessarily be a function of code. Is there a requirement for
single seat support contract? Mike says no, but maybe this is also a hen/egg situation?
Is there a need to have some expert talks on i.e. how to do product neutral call for bids? Which in
return may get us some ecosystem partners?
Or maybe we need no more better hairnets but a hairspray kind of idea?
Meant just as examples.
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