Acoustic Measure Problem
tomeu at tomeuvizoso.net
Mon May 12 08:36:08 EDT 2008
On Fri, May 9, 2008 at 5:47 PM, Benjamin M. Schwartz
<bmschwar at fas.harvard.edu> wrote:
> There is a much larger point here, though. I would love to get more
> (any!) feedback from teachers about my code, so I know what's important in
> the field. Until you mentioned this page, I had no idea that it existed.
> ~ I'm sure many other developers feel the same way. It seems that the
> teachers want to give us feedback too, but somehow, the loop is not closing.
> We need to connect this feedback loop. We need a way to get complaints
> back from the field into the hands of developers, like I've suggested in
> #6950. We've talked about translating Trac, but if Trac is too
> complicated, then perhaps we need to set up an RT list:
> inconvenientes at laptop.org. Maybe also a simple webform at
> inconvenientes.laptop.org, for those with web access but no e-mail. Then
> we need to tell the teachers that these things exist, and make them
> understand that we really do want to hear about what they don't like.
> I want to hear complaints about my software, and then I want a way to open
> a dialogue with those who are having problems. This is the first step
> toward improving open systems.
I like your suggestions, two questions:
- What would be done with the info submitted? Could there be an
automatic process or someone would need to manually triage and send to
- How we could get back to the submitter?
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