[Design] [Cosmo] Planning for 0.7
sheila at osafoundation.org
Thu Mar 29 07:42:42 PST 2007
I was going to ask about the same thing? What exactly do we mean by
"no support for triaging recurring events". If would be helpful to
list out the workflows we are talking about.
+ Do the occurrences display consistent with what user's would see in
the Desktop dashboard ie: correct sections?
+ What happens if you change the triage status for one of these
occurrences in Cosmo? Can you do this?
On Mar 29, 2007, at 6:21 AM, Andre Mueninghoff wrote:
> There is an item in the "out" list about support for recurring events
> for triage and such. I'm not sure what this is, but I just wanted to
> offer that for me, at least, coherent, consistent, data-preserving
> support for recurring items, is a high priority. Which may mean
> with regards to this item, of course. Also, on my list, table view is
> P1.5 ad compared to P3 on the out of preview list.
> FWIW, Thanks, Andre
> On Wed, 28 Mar 2007 22:28:39 -0700, "Priscilla Chung"
> <priscilla at osafoundation.org> said:
>> After the Cosmo meeting tomorrow, the Cosmo/PPD team will begin to
>> review the features slated for 0.7. These features will include the
>> (minimum work for) dashboard, OSAF Admin (P1) feature requests and
>> any (minimum work for and/or show stopper) dogfood feedback.
>> Our goal tomorrow is to SWAG and tease out the work for:
>> + Front end dashboard features. All (P1) dashboard features are
>> logged into bugzilla for review: http://tinyurl.com/2xvsjk (search
>> keyword 'dashboard')
>> + Dogfood feedback slated for 0.7 to review: http://tinyurl.com/
>> 24dkaj (keyword 'dogfood')
>> + There is also a small list of code related deliverables for re-
>> branding to review (not complete, keyword 'rebranding'): http://
>> tinyurl.com/2z8tet , master list of code related deliverables:
>> All the features are currently documented (from a high level) on the
>> Cosmo planning wiki page (linked from Cosmo 0.7 page): http://
>> All items on the original list which were a lower priority have been
>> moved to (note: not all features on the 'out for preview' list have
>> been filed as bugs yet):
>> If you feel that you'd like to nominate a feature on this 'out for
>> preview' list, please send me any requests at your earliest
>> convenience. I will send out a 'last call' before we finalize on the
>> Cosmo preview features.
>> Thanks, -Priscilla
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