[UbuntuWomen] Update on the HCI/Usability effort

Vid Ayer svaksha at gmail.com
Sat Mar 17 16:36:06 UTC 2007

On 2/28/07, B.A. Lopez <dinda at mac.com> wrote:
> goal is integrate into the next release cycle beginning with the spec
> process at the next Ubuntu Developer's Summit.  I've seen how the
> spec process works and believe we can carve out a manageable niche by
> starting with a systematic approach at the beginning of a release
> cycle.  HCI/Usability is a huge process and I don't want to duplicate
> other efforts so if we can integrate into the overall development
> cycle, including bug reporting/testing and artwork development, I
> think we have a good chance of making a sustainable project.

For starters HCI is registered as a product on Launchpad*0 which also
integrates it with the other product (UW site).  This enables Spec
tracking via LP.

I rewrote the HCI wiki page*1 and linked it to the Frontpage.  As
Elizabeth mentioned in an earlier mail*2 it is important that we keep
things in a single place to avoid confusing newbies.


*0 https://launchpad.net/hci
*1 http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/HCI
*2 https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-women/2007-March/000658.html

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