On Sun, 2009-05-03 at 19:52 +0100, Bastien Nocera wrote: > On Sun, 2009-05-03 at 10:12 -0700, Adam Williamson wrote: > > > > The problem is that it seems Bastien didn't think too hard about what > > use cases the design would need to cover, in terms of actual uses of > > actual hardware. Note that this is not the same as attacking the > > interface design per se. The design is fine for the use cases it > > covers. > > The problem is it doesn't cover all of the use cases it needs to. > > The use cases were there for people to read for *1 frickin' year*. It > went through Fesco's approval. You would have thought *someone* *anyone* > would have seen that use cases were missing. You keep falling back on the feature page. Sorry, it's kind of hard to test something that doesn't exist. I don't understand why you seem to be having so much trouble understanding that. > You didn't, I didn't, people tried to close the door after the horse had > bolted. Wide testing isn't going to happen until at least the release of Beta. That's why it's called Beta. This "Oh, you didn't complain a year ago you're too late" thing is a cop-out.
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