On Mon, 2005-08-29 at 15:59 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
Andy Hudson wrote:
>Given that this was mentioned as a possible test of the Wiki - does
>this mean you want me to write directly into the Wiki and it will be
>ultimately transformed into XML?
Actually, we mean for you to use the tool you want to use.
The target format is XML.
If, otoh, you are going to work with a few other people, you want to
agree on a common collaboration platform. It could be XML directly, or
>Finally - it would probably be good if we could mirror the
>guide to what people actually want to do with their computers. I added
>a line to the Graphics section of the Desktop Users Guide about
>Digital Cameras - this is one of the biggest reasons why people use
>computers and we should reflect this. I actually could get some access
>to research done into why people use their computers and could
>summarise this if it would be preferable. The only problem is that it
>would be for UK users only - I can't get data on the US. Besides,
>we're not *that* different, are we? ;)
We really are
Well, it's somewhere to start. We'd like to see what you can legally
show us. :)
I think we can make a list of common uses that we are reaching for, sort
of like a list of use cases. We can hand this to the Marketing, if they
want to create some usability profiles for us to test ideas against.
Karsten Wade, RHCE * Sr. Tech Writer * http://people.redhat.com/kwade/
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