[Design] [Cosmo][DF][Sum] Using the Account Browser to restore a
lost Chandler repo
twl at osafoundation.org
Thu Apr 12 16:15:40 PDT 2007
What the account browser user may not understand is that they can
give that URL to someone else to give them access. It's not a common
thing in other web apps, and that's why I think it is worth having
some extra explantion. Relying on people to read and understand all
the products and how they fit together is a large assumption.
On Apr 11, 2007, at 12:04 PM, Mimi Yin wrote:
> Hmmm, aren't Chandler Hub and Chandler Server in the web browser?
> If we had a URL that took you to a Google Calendar UI, wouldn't we
> call it Google Calendar? Hopefully the account browser user
> understands that :) since they're using Chandler Hub / Server in
> the browser?
> On Apr 11, 2007, at 11:31 AM, Ted Leung wrote:
>> So if you are doing it by application, then you still need (at
>> least) one to indicate usage via a web browser. Anybody with a
>> web browser, whether they've heard of Chandler * or not, can use
>> the PIM url to get access.
>> On Apr 11, 2007, at 9:43 AM, Mimi Yin wrote:
>>> I can see that. So then I would recommend having it by
>>> application rather than technology, which is also consistent with
>>> the way we do Subscribe in the end-user UI:
>>> + Chandler Desktop
>>> + Chandler Hub
>>> + Cosmo or Chandler Server (whatever we end up calling it)
>>> On Apr 11, 2007, at 9:23 AM, Brian Moseley wrote:
>>>> On 4/11/07, Mimi Yin <mimi at osafoundation.org> wrote:
>>>>> I understand the current ambiguity around what the word Chandler
>>>>> actually means. However, moving forward, all of our marketing
>>>>> material will try to beat into people's brains that Chandler =
>>>>> Desktop + Hub + Server... so that we can avoid exactly this
>>>>> kind of
>>>>> scenario where we end up with a lot of extra copy whenever we
>>>>> need to
>>>>> refer to things that work for the entire Chandler enchilada.
>>>> while "the whole enchilada" is a concept that may work in a large
>>>> sense, when somebody's trying to figure out what's going to happen
>>>> when they click a link or a button, i think we need to be a little
>>>> more explicit.
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