New Poll Up
Tuesday January 19th, 1999
There's a new poll online...
We had an interesting response to the last poll. A full 35% said that they would resolve to learn C++ this year so they can understand the source code. More intriguing, however, was the fact that 19% responded saying that they'd rather "sit back and watch everyone else participate".
If any of you reading this are in that 19%, we're curious to know what could be done to make you interested in participating in Mozilla development.
#4 Re:New Poll Up
by Rob Cherny <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tuesday January 19th, 1999 3:00 PM
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I couldn't agree more, JD. Stability and the user friendly aspect should really be looked at. There are a lot of contributions which your general end user can make in these areas. They're closest to thinking like the average joe (please don't anyone take that the wrong way - I just mean sometimes the most obvious things can be overlooked).
I think there should be established a straight forward and easy (and relatively well advertised) way established for the end users who don't code can comment on the usability factors. That'd be great. Get everyone involved. It almost takes marketing. A lot of people just don't know how to get involved.
I'm not going to say how I voted. :)
For that matter, why not get them more involved in the requests for features? That's a biggy too.