User Reviews In Synaptic?
glatzor at ubuntu.com
Mon Dec 25 16:16:50 UTC 2006
On Fr, 2006-12-22 at 15:13 +0100, Ernst Persson wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I started writing a little bit on this spec so I wouldn't forget it.
> What do you think?
How do want to deal with users that are not always online? So I would
vote against an integeration in the normal user interface.
I think that a simple link to a wiki could be a better approach: "Get
more information and user reviews of BLABLA on the Wiki"
But you would still have to think about i18n/l10n.
Furthermore are there already existing data pools? I know that wikipedia
holds a lot of information about open source software.
Finally we already have got a user rating, that is quite a lot more
helpful than a voting systems: popularity contest. So only apps that are
actually installed and used regularly get high rates. You can see this
feature in the latest gnome-app-install of edgy.
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