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Re: [GMG-Devel] December 3rd, our monthly IRC meeting!

From: Jef van Schendel
Subject: Re: [GMG-Devel] December 3rd, our monthly IRC meeting!
Date: Fri, 2 Dec 2011 16:02:56 +0100

Hi all!

Two more small items I'd like to discuss...

- Ticket #466 "Use of "Submit" in site copy is sterile and not as
friendly and welcoming as it could be". I'd really like to change this
soon to something more suitable. How can we improve the wording here?
Some alternatives have been mentioned in the bug report, but which one
should we pick? Link:

- The concept and naming of "favourites". We'll (hopefully) be able to
"favourite" media soon, which I *think* means that 1) it'll work like
a "I like this" comment, a quick token of appreciation, 2) it'll be
added to your list of favourites so you can save and promote it, and
3) we could maybe use the number of favourites as a ranking. What I'd
like to know is: is that the intended purpose? If so, should we name
them favo(u)rites or something else? "Like", "love", "save",
"appreciate", "heart", "high five" and many more could all be
contenders. And the name should be consistent with the action and
purpose, of course. So I'd like to clear up how and why we will use
favourites and what we should call them.


2011/12/1 Deborah Nicholson <address@hidden>:
> Hi all,
> We're having our monthly meeting this Saturday, December 3rd at 16:00 UTC.
> This meeting is a little before the 0.2.0 release but we'll still be mostly
> talking about the next release.
> Preliminary Agenda (in progress):
> We plan to create a plugin system. Do we want to create that soon or push it
> off until things settle a bit more? (Willkg 08:54, 10 November 2011 (EST))
> Feature Ideas: What should we do about the wiki page? Keep it and have it as
> a monthly topic for "what next"? Convert everything to long waiting bugs?
> Possibility of an SQL Database Backend? 'executive summary' (well, you
> should read the long docs): "We could move to sql. It's probably replacing
> one type of pain by another type of pain, but those are somewhat comparable.
> Leaving the main question: Do we want to occupy our main devs for some long
> time with this task and loose momentum?"
> Schendje's activities proposal
> Add or embellish agenda items here:
> See you Saturday,
> Deb
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