[drupal-devel] Fwd: OpenUsability Project Approved

Bèr Kessels berdrupal at tiscali.be
Mon Sep 19 16:37:18 UTC 2005


I hope we can form a usability team soon, nothing official, just a bunch of 
people evaluating and coding drupal, to improve usability, as opposed to 
adding features, optimisation, cutting edge technology etc.

My first action was to register at openusability.org, to see if we can attract 
some more interested people and to to find out how well that sites tools may 
aid us.


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Subject: OpenUsability Project Approved
Date: maandag 19 september 2005 18:15
From: noreply at openusability.org
To: ber at webschuur.com

Your project registration for OpenUsability has been approved.

Project Full Name:  Drupal

Please keep in mind that this site is still under construction.
If you find a bug, miss some functionality or would like to discuss usability
 issues, please use the forums at
 http://www.openusability.org/forum/?group_id=6 .

If you visit your own project page in OpenUsability while logged in, you will
 find additional menu functions on a tab labeled 'Admin'.

We highly suggest that you now visit OpenUsability and create a public
 description for your project. This can be done by visiting your project page
 while logged in, and selecting the 'Admin' tab (or by visiting
 http://www.openusability.org/project/admin/?group_id=139 after login).

Your project will also not appear in the Project Tree (Trove Software Map,
 primary list of projects hosted on OpenUsability which offers great
 flexibility in browsing and search) until you categorize it in the project
 administration screens after login:

By default, a newly registered project is looking for a usability expert to
 support it. If you want to refine your project's open jobs, you can add and
 edit them in the 'Admin' tab after login:

So that people can find your project, you should create a public description
 now and categorize your project in the Trove Map.

Enjoy the system, and please tell others about OpenUsability.
Let us know if there is anything we can do to help you.

-- the OpenUsability crew

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