[openstack-dev] [Fuel] New Criteria for UX bugs

Jay Pipes jaypipes at gmail.com
Fri Jul 10 12:41:14 UTC 2015

On 07/09/2015 06:14 PM, Andrew Woodward wrote:
> We often have bugs which create really poor User eXperience (UX) but our
> current bug priority criteria prevent nearly all of them from being
> higher than medium (as they nearly always have workarounds). We need to
> identify what should qualify as a critical, or high UX defect so that
> they can receive appropriate attention.
> We discussed what this may look like on the IRC meeting, the general
> idea here is that the complexity of effort to work around the UX issue
> should be related to the priority.
> Critical: requires massive effort to work around, including [un|under]
> documented commands and edits to config files
> High: requires modification of config files, interfaces that users
> aren't expected to use (ie the API when it's _intended_ to work in the
> CLI / UI (exclusive of interfaces that are intended to only be available
> via API) or requires custom node yaml (again except when it should
> exclusively be available)
> Medium: Straight forward commands in the CLI

Above criteria look excellent to me, thanks Andrew!

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