Talk:Process

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I think 'User' should be described as both 'finding issues' and 'suggesting improvements' for Moodle, even if the detail of how things are implemented are left for the Product Owner. Just thinking that a good chunk of the things I add to the Tracker are suggestions for improvement rather than 'issues' as such and that we should promote this idea as a general rule - maybe :)

I agree with Mark. Bug tracker should be used for actual bugs. Discussion about future roadmaps, enhcnements and improvements is a separate matter, and in actual fact it is hard to engage in this. I don't have an answer at the moment. Maybe a place to discuss, and notification of when discussions have heated up (like specs are being prepared and a new roadmap developed for a component) ie owners manage the discussion, but there is a clear place to go to engage, some indication of timelines etc. --Derek Chirnside 19:39, 25 November 2010 (UTC)

Well, "issues" there was meant to cover "bugs" and "suggestions", as the tracker does both. I'll make it more explicit though.