Back to the basics: improving user experience
jason at jasoncawood.com
Thu Oct 16 19:45:04 CEST 2008
I agree to this point. I would rather wait a few months to have a rock
solid core functioning device than one that works now with something that
isn't going to be used long term.
<quote who="Didier Raboud">
> Vasco NÃ©voa wrote:
>> I agree with you partly; the main efforts should go into getting the
>> new framework out - *as long as it runs on a rock-solid core system*.
>> So I support the idea of accelerating the FSO integration... but in
>> the meantime people have to use the sucking Qtopia ware in their
>> everyday life, because there is no realistic alternative. FSO is still
>> very incomplete at the user level.
>> Today, the "complete" system is not reliable and the reliable system
>> is not complete at all.
>> If you fix the core and qtopia now, everybody gets a working phone,
>> and FSO gets a more reliable development core. You favor the users,
>> which are the noisier people. ;)
>> If you jump start FSO into main distro, there will still not exist a
>> complete system that can be used everyday. You favor the developers,
>> who could wait a little more (but not long!) and ARE ALSO USERS.
>> So please just make it work solidly, and then integrate FSO. :)
> Well... I would rather let a bit more freedom to the teamÂ :
> if you (as in "the team which will make the iFoan obsolete") think that
> breaking useability or functionality or anything else could serve the
> causeÂ : do itÂ !
> Please decide your roadmap and make it publicÂ !
> I (personnally) don't care if I am not able to use my Neo as a phone (and
> anything else possible) for 2-3-4-5 monthsÂ : I have a working phone. BUT,
> what I would like to know is _when_ I will get _what_ functionality.
> I you think that breaking the whole stuff for a moment will serve a
> goal, please do itÂ !
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