Request For Comments: blueprint around Ideastorm idea
ndeschildre at gmail.com
Sun Sep 16 06:08:20 UTC 2007
On 9/15/07, Henrik Nilsen Omma <henrik at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Hi Nicolas,
> Stéphane and I are working on some plans along these lines as a
> extension of the qa site (see: https://qa.stgraber.org/). We expect to
> have a demo up soon.
Do you have a pointer to some blueprint or explanation on what you are
planning? I would be interested to know what's your plans :)
> I agree that this would be a great feature for Launchpad in the future,
> but it will be useful to start with a prototype first.
> Nicolas Deschildre wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I have been drafting a blueprint around Dell's Ideastorm idea.
> > Considering that the current means to get user wishes feedback is not
> > really good (see discussion in the blueprint) and considering
> > Ideastorm success for Dell, i was thinking of using this idea to
> > assess the user wishes.
> > Right now, when a user want to post a wish about ubuntu, where does he
> > go? He goes to forums, where its posts is quickly lost in the mass. Or
> > *if he know about it*, he goes to the bug report (bug! Not obvious!)
> > to post a wish. But this wish report hardly represent the size of the
> > wish.
> > Is only one person interested by this wish, or thousands? or more?
> > Consequently there is no real means to assess *quantitatively* and
> > *effectively* the users wishes and needs.
> > Thus the main guidelines of ubuntu development does not optimally
> > match the users demand.
> > Considering this, my blueprint try to propose a solution based on
> > Ideastorm idea, and reusing Launchpad framework.
> > Here it is :
> > https://blueprints.launchpad.net/launchpad/+spec/better-community-wishes-assessment
> > I would really appreciate any comments on this, and you are welcome to
> > do some modifications you think appropriate. Especially I'd like to
> > hear from Launchpad guys about the possible implementation of the
> > spec.
> > Thanks!
> > Nicolas Deschildre
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