[Foundation-l] Wikimedia IdeaTorrent?
Brian.Mingus at colorado.edu
Wed Jan 28 22:47:13 UTC 2009
ideas transcend bugzilla. Bugzilla is a place to report bugs. Sure you can
file feature requests there, but its not a friendly place for the
cultivation and discussion of new ideas on any conceivable topic relating to
On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 3:30 PM, Platonides <Platonides at gmail.com> wrote:
> Erik Moeller wrote:
> > If you haven't seen it yet, Ubuntu is running an interesting
> > brainstorming software called IdeaTorrent to think collectively about
> > common problems and solutions:
> > http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/
> > The software:
> > http://www.ideatorrent.org/
> > I wonder - would people consider it useful to set up something like
> > brainstorm.wikimedia.org using this software, or would it be too
> > duplicative of BugZilla and listservs? The benefit of IdeaTorrent is
> > that it's very straightforward for non-technical users to contribute
> > ideas and solutions. And, of course, it could be used for
> > non-technical problems as well.
> Seems like bugzilla, but with a separated "solutions" section, where
> proposed solutions can get votes.
> I don't think it should be added, but moving bugzilla to brainstorm
> could be considered.
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