[Scribus] Usability needs attention -- time for a feature moratorium?
Tue Jan 29 16:50:30 CET 2008
Steve Herrick wrote:
> On Jan 29, 2008 7:47 AM, Louis Desjardins
> <louis_desjardins at mardigrafe.com> wrote:
>>>> I strongly agree.
>>>> There seems to be a tremendous enthousiasm to develop
>>>> very precise high profile features
>>>> while basic usability is ... missing.
>>> I strongly disagree :-)
>>> Seriously, user needs are very different, so every user has a different
>>> priority of necessary features. I have already produced a book
> This is not an argument that usability is everything it needs to be.
> Just because you can do it doesn't mean it's easy.
> I've had lots of ideas about usability, most of which were just too
> far-fetched. At this point, I like the idea of submitting bug reports
> for the interface. Now that I'm getting back into using Scribus
> regularly, I'll probably submit some myself.
Agreed. I just felt the above statement "basic usability is ... missing"
too harsh and sort of unjust.
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