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[tdf-discuss] Re: Best way to suggest new features ?

Hi Christoph

Le 2012-03-01 12:37, Christoph Noack a écrit :
Well, developers should at least provide insight if something is
technically not manageable ... but the funny thing is, that an idea pool
could provide some inspiration to them - like the EasyHacks do today ...

>  >  IMO, I prefer the method we now have of someone proposing a
>  >  feature/enhancement on the discussion list where we can all have a
>  >  discussion about it and then someone adding it to the bugzilla once it
>  >  has been refined. I don't see much value with people proposing
>  >  features and the masses ranking it up or down with little discussion.
>  >  But this is only my opinion.
>  +1.
Discussions are absolutely required when it comes to a certain point,
but sometimes it would already help to know what helps (more) "normal"
users most. And that usually doesn't happen on mailing lists, nor can it
be measured easily.

However, Marc asked for some "wiki-fication" ... here is a page I've
started some years ago. It basically collects requirements and some
proposals, although outdated, maybe helpful:

By the way, if somebody wants to extract parts of the page, then feel
free (speaking of my contributions);-)


Thanks for the wiki page reference. It is nice to read that there was already some movement at that time ... I am not really concerned at how the ideas are voiced but more with how it is reported back to the devs. I still think that it would be more efficient for all if the devs told us their preference as to how they would like to have these reported to them. I am not sure if devs would like to lurk even more discussion groups dealing with ideas. If we knew then we could organize accordingly.



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