[jitsi-dev] Flow to new features


#1

Hi

My name is Claudio and I contribute through issues and translation ways.

How i already work in some other open source projects, I know the time that
we need to participate in deep way, but if we haven't this time? Do we
can't to participate? I speak it because I proposed a new feature in the
issue at github, like many other people that use the jitsi[-meet] but
haven't interesting or time to write here.

In this way, all them contributions are closed and the project lost this
suggestions.

Could be a better way if this channel have a better filter and flow,
including to use the marks to establish new releases. I see it in roundcube
project.

Is my contribution in this list.

Tanks in advance,
Claudio Ferreira


#2

Hi,

I've answered you and closed the issue on github. This is a decision
we have made long time ago and is written in the README of the
projects: "
Discuss
Please use the Jitsi dev mailing list to discuss feature requests
before opening an issue on Github."
We prefer this way to avoid opening issues without a reason. We prefer
first discussing this and identify whether its a real problem or
whether this is a valuable feature for the community.
As what I understood you were requesting the number of participants in
a conference. This feature is already implemented and present in meet,
check out the screenshot.

Regards
damencho

···

On Wed, Jul 20, 2016 at 9:33 AM, Claudio Ferreia Filho <filhocf@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi

My name is Claudio and I contribute through issues and translation ways.

How i already work in some other open source projects, I know the time that
we need to participate in deep way, but if we haven't this time? Do we can't
to participate? I speak it because I proposed a new feature in the issue at
github, like many other people that use the jitsi[-meet] but haven't
interesting or time to write here.

In this way, all them contributions are closed and the project lost this
suggestions.

Could be a better way if this channel have a better filter and flow,
including to use the marks to establish new releases. I see it in roundcube
project.

Is my contribution in this list.

Tanks in advance,
Claudio Ferreira

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#3

Hi

Damencho, isn't a problem the issue's close, but the way to collect
suggestions.

Thank you by this update. Is important to understand the timeline. In other
hand, you (and all team) can see this question as a moment to rethink about
the way to get suggestions from users that aren't developers. I have this
culture, the use of discussion lists, but the final user haven't it, less
yet about to find a channel to contribute.

Some minutes more, I will present a talk about piwik through a internal
instance of jitsi-meet, in other way that the "official" tool of company,
that is with webex. It haven't support to linux and works bad in a win VM.
Anyway, the training manager said that in that tool have this numbers, how
many users are in a presentation, online survey, and other things. I
believe that is interesting have this feature in the jitsi too, but
definitively, she never could subscribe in this list (or any other) to
discuss about programming or features.

Different that you replied in the issue[1], you can see how many users are
in there moment, but you haven't idea if at final was 10 or 100 users that
saw your presentation or conference, always with a max of 10 users.
[1] https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/issues/738

Anyway, I suggested to see the roundcube. Is only one example, but where
they got issues, ranks them, and put in a backlog or milestone. Is a good
thing to planning a project in the time.

Again: my intent is ask about the way to capture there demands and put in a
list, in a more easy way, that to subscribe in a list and try to explain
for a minor number of people. I think that in github is more "democratic"
(or open/easy) that here.

Is only my suggestion.

Thanks in advance,
Claudio Ferreira

···

2016-07-20 13:32 GMT-03:00 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>:

Hi,

I've answered you and closed the issue on github. This is a decision
we have made long time ago and is written in the README of the
projects: "
Discuss
Please use the Jitsi dev mailing list to discuss feature requests
before opening an issue on Github."
We prefer this way to avoid opening issues without a reason. We prefer
first discussing this and identify whether its a real problem or
whether this is a valuable feature for the community.
As what I understood you were requesting the number of participants in
a conference. This feature is already implemented and present in meet,
check out the screenshot.

Regards
damencho

On Wed, Jul 20, 2016 at 9:33 AM, Claudio Ferreia Filho > <filhocf@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi
>
> My name is Claudio and I contribute through issues and translation ways.
>
> How i already work in some other open source projects, I know the time
that
> we need to participate in deep way, but if we haven't this time? Do we
can't
> to participate? I speak it because I proposed a new feature in the issue
at
> github, like many other people that use the jitsi[-meet] but haven't
> interesting or time to write here.
>
> In this way, all them contributions are closed and the project lost this
> suggestions.
>
> Could be a better way if this channel have a better filter and flow,
> including to use the marks to establish new releases. I see it in
roundcube
> project.
>
> Is my contribution in this list.
>
> Tanks in advance,
> Claudio Ferreira
>
> _______________________________________________
> dev mailing list
> dev@jitsi.org
> Unsubscribe instructions and other list options:
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#4

Hi again,

I see your point, but we do not have the resources to manage all
these. And as the mailinglist is the one we used and is the one to
reach more people, it is still the main way for communicating.
For statistics we use callstats, there you can see different stats
about quality, events (like when someone muted) and you can see the
list of the participants(unique).

Regards
damencho

···

On Wed, Jul 20, 2016 at 11:53 AM, Claudio Ferreia Filho <filhocf@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi

Damencho, isn't a problem the issue's close, but the way to collect
suggestions.

Thank you by this update. Is important to understand the timeline. In other
hand, you (and all team) can see this question as a moment to rethink about
the way to get suggestions from users that aren't developers. I have this
culture, the use of discussion lists, but the final user haven't it, less
yet about to find a channel to contribute.

Some minutes more, I will present a talk about piwik through a internal
instance of jitsi-meet, in other way that the "official" tool of company,
that is with webex. It haven't support to linux and works bad in a win VM.
Anyway, the training manager said that in that tool have this numbers, how
many users are in a presentation, online survey, and other things. I believe
that is interesting have this feature in the jitsi too, but definitively,
she never could subscribe in this list (or any other) to discuss about
programming or features.

Different that you replied in the issue[1], you can see how many users are
in there moment, but you haven't idea if at final was 10 or 100 users that
saw your presentation or conference, always with a max of 10 users.
[1] https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/issues/738

Anyway, I suggested to see the roundcube. Is only one example, but where
they got issues, ranks them, and put in a backlog or milestone. Is a good
thing to planning a project in the time.

Again: my intent is ask about the way to capture there demands and put in a
list, in a more easy way, that to subscribe in a list and try to explain for
a minor number of people. I think that in github is more "democratic" (or
open/easy) that here.

Is only my suggestion.

Thanks in advance,
Claudio Ferreira

2016-07-20 13:32 GMT-03:00 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>:

Hi,

I've answered you and closed the issue on github. This is a decision
we have made long time ago and is written in the README of the
projects: "
Discuss
Please use the Jitsi dev mailing list to discuss feature requests
before opening an issue on Github."
We prefer this way to avoid opening issues without a reason. We prefer
first discussing this and identify whether its a real problem or
whether this is a valuable feature for the community.
As what I understood you were requesting the number of participants in
a conference. This feature is already implemented and present in meet,
check out the screenshot.

Regards
damencho

On Wed, Jul 20, 2016 at 9:33 AM, Claudio Ferreia Filho >> <filhocf@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi
>
> My name is Claudio and I contribute through issues and translation ways.
>
> How i already work in some other open source projects, I know the time
> that
> we need to participate in deep way, but if we haven't this time? Do we
> can't
> to participate? I speak it because I proposed a new feature in the issue
> at
> github, like many other people that use the jitsi[-meet] but haven't
> interesting or time to write here.
>
> In this way, all them contributions are closed and the project lost this
> suggestions.
>
> Could be a better way if this channel have a better filter and flow,
> including to use the marks to establish new releases. I see it in
> roundcube
> project.
>
> Is my contribution in this list.
>
> Tanks in advance,
> Claudio Ferreira
>
> _______________________________________________
> dev mailing list
> dev@jitsi.org
> Unsubscribe instructions and other list options:
> http://lists.jitsi.org/mailman/listinfo/dev

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