I use Visio at work for this, but it doesn't seem appropriate for FreeCAD. I'll checkout http://dia-installer.de/Kunda1 wrote:I started a rudimentary flow chart that I'm hoping may help improve the quality of bug reporting (especially for bug triagers).
It's a google drawing. I don't know any flow chart etiquette or techniques so I was hoping that with some help we could spruce this up and then post it somewhere prominent that people can quickly reference.
I think this is where the process breaks down. An average user, let alone a new user doesn't have the knowledge to answer this question. Of course it's a bug, the program doesn't work as I expect, and it's of the highest priority because it's blocking my work. I think the user should post on the forum (new topic or responding to an existing topic) early in the process, prior to creating a ticket on the tracker. As an example I would use DeepSOIC and NormandC as examples. Two people that are most qualified to answer the question "Are you sure it's a bug?" and most likely to triage in the forum before creating a ticket.Kunda1 wrote:Are you sure it's a bug?
Include everything listed at freecadweb.org/wiki/bug_reporting#requirements because we'll ask for it anyway
honestly, charts are not my strong suite, this is why I posted to the UI/UX forum to get some advice. The Google Drawing is editable by everyone and can serve as a wireframe.triplus wrote:I like the idea of having such chart. But i do feel your proposal @Kunda1 lacks a few days of work. I understand you are after more collaboration. But this feels like a project you can do yourself if you put some muscle into it. As for suggestions simplify it and style it a bit better.
I'll try to spend some time on this. If you guys can perfect the process I'll try to document it. 1st hour hasn't been the most productive, but this would be a good tool for me.triplus wrote:a few days of work
Thanks for reading and understanding my post. Trade "lazy" for "can't find it"?Kunda1 wrote:Integrating @ sgrogan's advice
Npsgrogan wrote:Thanks for reading and understanding my post. Trade "lazy" for "can't find it"?Kunda1 wrote:Integrating @ sgrogan's advice