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Roman Shtylman 11-01-2010 04:55 PM

colibri notifications
 
I dunno if a decision was reached on this at UDS, but I am gonna drag
this back up. I don't think we can wait on upstream here as their
views seem to diverge from ours in this area.

The basic question is, do we, or do we not, enable colibri
notifications by default? Do we have user feedback about this? Should
we do more to make it clear you can enable colibri style
notifications?

cheers,
~Roman

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Scott Kitterman 11-01-2010 05:26 PM

colibri notifications
 
On Monday, November 01, 2010 01:55:43 pm Roman Shtylman wrote:
> I dunno if a decision was reached on this at UDS, but I am gonna drag
> this back up. I don't think we can wait on upstream here as their
> views seem to diverge from ours in this area.
>
> The basic question is, do we, or do we not, enable colibri
> notifications by default? Do we have user feedback about this? Should
> we do more to make it clear you can enable colibri style
> notifications?

Personally, I don't like either one and would like to see evolution towards
something in between. I think if we switch to Collabri by default that will
complicate the discussion with upstream. I am strongly opposed to a
notification system that has no support for actions.

If you could translate "I like Collabri better" into a functional statement of
the things you like about it that are better, then I think that would be a
useful document to have to engage in a discussion with upstream.

Scott K

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