Konversation, Quassel and Kubuntu 9.10

Harald Sitter apachelogger at ubuntu.com
Thu Jul 23 13:58:41 BST 2009

On Thu, Jul 23, 2009 at 12:50 PM, Carlos Diener<carlos at diener.li> wrote:
>> We could definitely ask kubuntu-users (I'll do that after I reply to this.
>> I think I can ask, in a quite non-biased manner), although I have a pretty
>> good question about what their consensus would be already. ;-)
> How much does the ML represent the users? Especially the newbies? If we want a
> survey, should'nt we define first what exactly we want to know and through which
> ways it makes sense to ask to get the best results?And what's with all the
> users who never use a ML neither a forum? Should that part be answered from a
> usability expert like Seele? I don't know the answer to all this questions.
> But I think we should find a way to find a measurement who all accepts and not
> just getting some "facts" or numbers just for underlines our own arguments.

We will never get all the information we need :P
It's more of a mixture of good judgment, user feedback and developer feedback.

As for the users who don't do ML nor forum: they at least need to do
IRC, cause otherwise they don't meet the usecase anyway.


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