jwhelan0112 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 30 16:04:46 UTC 2015
these from a security point of view.
On 30 August 2015 at 11:43, Jarmo Kivekäs <jarmo.kivekas at guttula.com> wrote:
> Currently there are tooltips in place that are displayed when you hover
> the cursor over the button. They give a pretty clear idea on what the
> buttons do:
> - "Lock this task to tell other that you are currently working on it"
> - "Stop working on this task and unlock it. You may resume work on it
> again later."
> - "Mark this task as done if you have completed all items in the
> I think we should settle for "Start mapping" and "Stop mapping" for the
> button labels.
> -- Jarmo
> On 30.08.2015 15:18, Martin Dittus wrote:
> > A further consideration: the terms should express a sense of _why_ we’re
> asking people to press these buttons. The technical “check in/out” hints at
> this, although it is likely not universally understood, and might not
> easily translate.
> > Do we explain our coordination workflow anywhere? If we have some
> confidence that people have seen that explanation before they are asked to
> “start”, then button labelling will become more straightforward. There’s
> less burden on the button to explain a fundamental workflow in 2-3 words.
> > It could be as simple as adding a sentence above the buttons.
> > Although 2-3 words that label the button *and* explain the process at
> the same time would of course be the most elegant option :)
> > m.
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