thoughts from the discussion
- no two dialogs on first run
- put button in toolbar to do setup?
- stage litmus workflow to make it easier to use simpler layout
- notification or first run page - no two dialogs on startup
- main toolbar for the icon?
- tab UI is dependent on firefox
- Q tab icon is stretched
- Q tab panel should be simplified maybe display the feeds elsewhere
- use notification panel for upcoming events
- might allow users to change the build type and platform through settings
- create/update account needs to actually allow you to update the account properly - currently just gives you the big window for creating account
- replace bz tab with just a link to open the bug in a new tab instead of the cross-load that it does now
- putting a front end on bz is not really worthwhile unless you do everything or something very small.
- chatzilla is good, but not well utilized
- need to figure out a coherent compatibility story with the bundled chatzilla
- maybe use the chatzilla button as a means to launch the chatzilla instance when you have a question. Like a big "I have a question button" that will launch you into chatzilla on the qa channel
- Get rid of help panel and replace it with a web page
- think abotu alternate means to present the information - tabs maybe, or some other idea on how to present the information groupboxes etc
- Thought from Jmaher: I didn't want to edit the wiki, but I thought we should add: - make a single unified login for bugzilla,qmo,litmus for new users
- clint's interpretation: The thought here is that when you're a new user we'll create the bugzilla and litmus account for you so that you don't have to go to all these separate websites and do it yourself. It's a good idea. I'll put it on the list.
big things to do
- making notifications work
- allow helping people to write mochitests, but a call out to a location where they can learn how to write tests would be good to use
- leak testing in add-ons. Try to make it easier for extension authors and users to discover leaks in extensions
- Tomcat did a page on that
- we should put an entry point into the application to direct people to that.
- the qmo tab (the q tab) was meant to be this kind of a portal anyway.
- one idea on the callout - a tiny section on the QMO tab would be to have a lead into a different task, and once they choose the item they get taken to the relevant page, not quite a wizard but something similar - a gentle lead in.
- Fix P1's
- Start on Redesign (clint will add these thigns to bugs)
- PROFIT! :-)