I agree with Mel. I like to get the form filled out as quickly as possible
and move on. I like the idea and hope we can find a place to use it I just
don't think FAS is a good one.
On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 8:49 PM, Justin O'Brien <three(a)threethirty.us>wrote:
On Fri, 2010-02-26 at 19:12 -0600, Ian Weller wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 02:06:09PM -0500, Mel Chua wrote:
> > I wonder what opportunities we might have to quickly try this out with
> > Fedora. fedora-tour immediately comes to mind, but that's not going to
> > be ready for prime-time for a bit - so how about FAS?
> > (https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/user/new
> For web forms like this, I'd say this harms usability because... well,
> it's kind of selfish, really. When I fill out a form with contact
> information (oh hello, FAS), I don't really feel like reading, I just
> want to get my information in the system in a hurry. I'm assuming it's
> not just me.
> I love the idea for the group introduction bit, but I would strongly
> recommend not applying this concept to FAS. It's more confusion than
> what it's worth.
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I had an idea of working it all into one page that would start off with
FAS, subscribe you to the mailinglist, post your intro and then drop you
off at the wiki to so that you could create a userpage.
Would it be less of an issue for you if this became a one stop joining
How about a link to do it the old way at the top?
Just trying to keep the ball rolling I dont think we need to decide
where it stops yet :)
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