On Tue, 2010-05-04 at 14:01 -0400, William Jon McCann wrote:
So one thing we talked about on IRC last week was the idea of driving
the design of the OS from two different and complementary angles: user
experience and developer experience.
We have a pretty strong and unfolding story for the evolution of the
user experience but I don't yet see discussion and planning for the
improvement of the developer experience. I imagine this could involve
things like OS platform and subsystem design, toolkit API and SDK
design, development tools, deployment and management, feedback, etc.
Anyone want to take part in some discussions and/or brainstorm
sessions on this? We might be able to arrange a call in number if we
want to try it live. Though, first, maybe we should try to research
and document things we like and dislike about existing systems.
Does this sound interesting to anyone?
Is this development of other software, or development of Fedora? There
are numerous packages and setups that make sense if you're a Fedora
developer, less so if you're an upstream developer. Or does it not
matter and we're talking about both?
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