Impressions from LinuxWorld
jimw at bugopolis.com
Mon Jan 27 23:31:48 UTC 2003
Well, I guess 'powerful' like gdb. ;-)
I think the main point of confusion for someone looking at it the first
time is that that the horizontal bars seem to indicate three sorts of
definable datasets but only the first two have associated search
buttons. But that isn't really the way it works. So the question is why
are there two Search buttons. (I imagine for convenience if scrolled
down the page.) Since the advanced query appears to be a superset of the
possibilities in the above two section someone using it doesn't need the
other fields and maybe it could be tabbed into an advanced query form
similar to the top level organization of some search engines.
But really, I need to fiddle with it more and see what it "feels" like
with the modification I described.
Gervase Markham wrote:
>> Besides the usual suspects ("What's up with the query page?"
> As in "how come it's changed so much from the default in Bugopolis?"
> or "How come it's so complicated/powerful?"
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