[HOT] Fwd: Re: Fwd: step by step recipe for iD bug reporting (was: Problems saving in ID)
heatherleson at gmail.com
Sun May 24 10:31:14 UTC 2015
Keeping a low barrier for bug reporting is very much a community
development item. This community help could come from this mailing list or
working groups or a new community support group? I dream of HOT have a paid
Community Manager who can help on these items and essential growth needs.
In the meantime, thanks for summarizing it. I hope that within the working
groups we can aim to help.
As someone who has worked in Tech for years as a 'human bridge', there are
two really needs:
1. Technical folks need the clear input.
Here is a wiki page that myself and others created at Ushahidi on how to
file a bug - https://wiki.ushahidi.com/display/WIKI/Report+a+bug
2. Community and New learners need lightweight ways to learn and be heard.
Help in the Task Manager, A community helper network to support and augment
what already exists in OSM and HOT.
Truly, this conversation while unresolved, gives me hope. We all
collectively want to help people on their digital onramp to learning OSM
and supporting HOT activations. And, we want to see learning journeys
inform technical tools with feedback loops to improve all the processes.
heatherleson at gmail.com
On Sun, May 24, 2015 at 1:18 PM, Michael <ohrosm at gmail.com> wrote:
> ok, so we have the following requests articulated in this thread:
> From a user perspective I understand the following:
> - HOT users should be able to enter issues for the standard tools involved
> (eg. iD, JOSM, Tasking Manager)
> - There should not be another login required than the OSM user
> - The hurdle for entering an issue should be as low as possible
> In addition to this there also has been this one:
> - Encourage users to look for a similar issue before reporting a new one
> At first this to me this sums up to something "It would be great to have a
> highly user-friendly single issue tracking system integrated in OSM/HOT
> tools". The problem with this is that the developer of the tools likely
> have a different view on things. Also we should keep in mind that iD or
> JOSM are no specific HOT tools.
> In general the better approach could be to add an intermediate layer above
> the actual issue management. But this requires people doing the
> "translation" and this effort can be significant. Here I fully support
> Russ' suggestion to use help.openstreetmap.org - this is already an
> established tool for this purpose and the closest thing of a central and
> integrated platform. Frankly speaking I keep forgetting to look there
> HOT mailing list
> HOT at openstreetmap.org
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