On 07.11.2010 06:19, Wheatbix wrote:
The LibreOffice Drupal website development team is currently working on the
issue of feature requests, brainstorming and idea/proposal management.
If you are not aware, Drupal is a very powerful content management system
which will replace the basic pages of libreoffice.org in 3-6 months. So far
we have developed the scope of work to include an idea generation and
popularity system, much like Ubuntu Brainstorm, which will manage the
smaller suggestions such as small feature requests.
I am in the process of putting together a scope for handling larger
proposals or 'blue sky' ideas. Can I suggest that you have any ideas on the
ways we can manage this, or maybe some examples of projects which do this
very well could you please post the information back here or on the Drupal
Website Development wiki:
I don't agree with the view that these larger ideas are irrelevant at the
moment. Every open source project requires an inspirational goal to keep
people interested, whether achievable or not, such as Ubuntu's bug #1. I
hope we will have this system online soon so that people can start
suggesting these awe inspiring targets.
Thanks to all for your comments.
The Ubuntu Brainstorm tool is a very success- and helpful tool to manage
all kinds of feature requests.
As far as I understand, you will use ideatorrent also in LibreOffice
project? Good idea!
I will wait with my feature requests until there is "LibreOffice
Brainstorm" up and running.
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