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Re: usability lab on DevConf in Brno



On Thu, 2012-12-13 at 16:33 -0500, Chris Lumens wrote:
> > The most important information I received is that we will be able to
> > get only 1.5 hours of the lab time. Is it enough time? It might be
> > enough if we test several people in parallel. 4 people in parallel, 30
> > minutes each, that's 12 people tested. It is achievable? I never
> > performed such lab testing.
> 
> We'll be able to get an awful lot more testing done if we have people
> test the DVD instead of the netinst.  True this will cut down on the
> testing we give the source spoke, but it's probably worth it to crank
> through more people doing more other stuff.  We can always come back and
> test netinst when we are less constrained for time.
> 
> > We also have to prepare some abstract so that our session can go into
> > the selection process and can be announced properly. The abstract
> > should contain:
> 
> Is there a template?
> 
> > * session name
> 
> anaconda usability test
> 
> > * names of the people leading it
> 
> I think I can be there to help, but ideally I shouldn't lead it for two
> reasons:
> 
> (1) I know too much about how things are supposed to work, and probably
> don't want to watch.
> 
> (2) It seems to me that a native Czech speaker would be a better leader.
> That way we eliminate any possible translation problems.
I believe all Czech members of the team can be mentioned as leading such
lab as we will all probably be there.

-- 
Vratislav Podzimek

Anaconda Rider | Red Hat, Inc. | Brno - Czech Republic


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