Fluid 0.1 Release Delay
barbara.glover at utoronto.ca
Mon Oct 29 18:52:50 UTC 2007
I agree with Daphne that this is a good step in ensuring our users'
needs are being seriously considered and valued in the project. This
really indicates Fluid is very committed to User Centered Design
On 26-Oct-07, at 8:27 PM, Daphne Ogle wrote:
> Although it is disappointing (and well...a hard thing to do) to
> delay the release, I think this is just another indication of how
> committed Fluid is to building quality software and components --
> from the user experience and technical perspective. It's also
> worth noting that this discussion and decision was very
> collaborative. We are lucky to work with such great team members.
> Thanks for that everyone!
> On Oct 26, 2007, at 7:39 AM, Colin Clark wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> We have decided to delay the Fluid 0.1 release by a few weeks. During
>> our QA and review process, we came across a couple of blocker bugs
>> related to recent drag and drop changes in the Reorderer. These
>> are resolvable, but will take some time to fix.
>> The UX team has been amazingly helpful with identifying and refining
>> solutions for this. While the delay is disappointing, it shows our
>> commitment to quality; we will not ship code with issues that the UX
>> team consider problematic.
>> At the heart of the issue is some missing affordances (or
>> moments") during mouse-based interactions. This was a regression
>> by recent necessary code changes. The latest design spec for the
>> behaviour is available on our wiki at:
>> More details about the issues are available in the Fluid issues
>> Many of us will be attending the upcoming JA-SIG Unconference in two
>> weeks. To accommodate this priority, I'd like to set the new release
>> date for November 21st, giving us time to fix these issues and
>> perform a
>> full QA cycle.
>> I apologize for the inconvenience that this delay may cause, and
>> appreciate your patience. Let me know if you have any questions or
>> Colin Clark
>> Technical Lead, Fluid Project
>> Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto
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>> fluid-work at fluidproject.org
> Daphne Ogle
> Senior Interaction Designer
> University of California, Berkeley
> Educational Technology Services
> daphne at media.berkeley.edu
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