[MeeGo-dev] Proposal: MeeGo User Experience Framework working group
texrat at ovi.com
Wed Mar 3 09:03:37 CST 2010
> ----- Original message -----
> From: "Sivan Greenberg" <sivan at omniqueue.com>
> To: "Randall Arnold" <texrat at ovi.com>
> Subject: Re: [MeeGo-dev] Proposal: MeeGo User Experience Framework working group
> Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2010 11:08:36 +0200
>Where do I sign in? Why don't you put it at the MeeGo's wiki with the
> other Working Groups proposals ?
Of course I have every intention of getting this onto the MeeGo site. However it made sense to engage people via mailing lists as well since I'm more likely to catch them here than with just a listing on MeeGo.com.
Also, I am still trying to figure out how to create a new wiki page for working groups at MeeGo.com. So far I seem to just be spinning in circles as I cannot find an entry point. Any help there appreciated!
> On Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 7:41 AM, Randall Arnold <texrat at ovi.com> wrote:
> > Greetings all,
> > As some of you know I've been working on a project that was called the
> > "Maemo User Experience Framework". The goal was to develop a means of
> > getting user-friendly feedback tools and processes onto and wrapped around
> > Maemo devices-- particularly for application testing and bug reporting.
> > The scope has increased a bit to include donationware support and even a
> > proposal for an Ovi-based gaming experience (achievements, etc).
> > With the advent of MeeGo I have naturally changed the focus to that
> > platform, and I think MeeGo's embryonic state allows us an opportunity to
> > really think about the necessary metadata and other aspects to support this
> > proposal, and actually implement them.
> > The suggestions in the following proposal already exist in the desktop world
> > in various services, so we have examples to learn from. In addition, some
> > tools such as Bugzilla already present a robust API for a MeeGo application
> > to utilize. I have already created a Garage project on maemo.org called
> > "Buzzard" for the handheld Bugzilla client app, but no real work has started
> > (Qt python developers wanted!).
> > I have linked the latest draft of my proposal below. So far I have included
> > Andrew Flegg's ideas for donationware support (which was based on Maemo and
> > will likely need some alterations) and am looking for more suggestions and
> > technical guidance from the community. In addition, I want to propose a
> > MeeGo working group for this project as I lack the skills and time to make
> > all of this happen. I am especially hoping Andrew, Henri Bergius, Attila
> > Csipa and more will jump in!
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