jb at mozilla.com
Tue Mar 27 08:31:35 UTC 2012
All of the below suggestions are great. I might add a few twists here
- Make Opensearch twitter aware
- Improve search :
- Unify filter & search
- merge email & IM (possibly attachment) results and make them
- Filelink: support FTP/S, WebDAV
- Web app in Thunderbird: See WebApp Tabs for a _great_ inspiration
- Leverage WebRTC to handle audio/video calls through VoIP, (Skype ?),
On 23/03/2012 19:24, Blake Winton wrote:
> Hey TB-Planners,
> Now that all the big features are landed, and we have some time to
> breathe again, I've been thinking a little bit about what we want to
> do on Thunderbird's front-end over the next couple of releases.
> Here's the list, in the order I think they should be (highest priority
> to lowest priority):
> * Papercuts! (Fix the easy little things that are making
> Thunderbird worse to use.)
> o Things like the tab you go to after closing the current tab
> (bug 508776).
> o Maybe some UX Priorities
> * Clean up the landed features.
> o Have an easier way to add and remove OpenSearch providers.
> * Compose in a tab.
> o Also address book in a tab.
> * Attachment tab.
> * Social Search.
> o Extend OpenSearch to social networks.
> o Also
> * Thunderbird Button.
> o I think that we might want to skip a UI-refresh and go
> straight to the Australis Menu Button instead, but there's
> still work to be done here figuring out what functions to make
> available on the toolbar, and on this button.
> * Address Book.
> o re-design as a web-app, possibly targeting Mobile first...
> o This seems important and useful, but it's also a very large
> task, and I think I'ld like the front-end team to work on some
> smaller stuff for a little while.
> * Perspectives!
> o Could include a Facebook-ish Timeline view.
> o This is even more important for the future, but it's also a
> very large task which I think will take a long time to pay
> off, so it falls in the same bucket as the Address Book for me.
> I would like people to respond with suggestions on things I've missed,
> as well as what they would change about the order, and reasons why.
> I plan on presenting the list, and the feedback, at the Product
> Council meeting next Thursday.
> Blake Winton Thunderbird User Experience Lead
> bwinton at mozilla.com
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