Come up with a plan how to encourage and perform constant user testing in Drupal. The BoF continues on what has been said in the Session "User Testing in Drupal".
- User testing is tedious, what can we do to make it more fun?
- The main problem is that in a test, you question your own work. This is unpleasant, because you might find out it has issues. Or is this no issue?
- One needs testing persons. How can one make it easy for them so they may participate in testing Drupal again? Who are the people we need for that?
- Generally two ways of testing can be done: completely remote, or with you directly watching the Tester. Which one is better?
- There is also the "big solution" (formal Studies like in Minnesota and Baltimore. We also need those. What role do they play, and what role play smaller ones?
- How can we utilize existing Infrastructure to minimize redundant work? Maybe the DROP program can be used and extended? Do the issue queues help?
Usability Testing Suite
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