UI module owner
gerv at mozilla.org
Mon Jul 10 09:59:12 UTC 2006
David Miller wrote:
> And we have two major types of organizations that we target, which have
> distinct usage patterns. (corporate environment vs public projects)
This is an important point. How do we deal with this?
a) have a persona which is a developer for a corporation who also works
on free software in his spare time;
b) argue that the requirements are pretty similar in one or all areas,
and so we don't need separate personas
c) have parallel sets of personas for closed vs open development
I think there are some differences. For example, the manager-type
persona isn't a big feature of open projects and, when he is, the
requirements are generally the same as for closed projects.
So perhaps it's just for developers that there's a difference, and the
difference is that developers of open projects tend to use multiple
Bugzilla installations, whereas developers of closed projects will
usually just use one, or multiple extremely similar ones.
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