[Project_owners] AMO : Improving the Review/Editorial Process

Michael Vincent van Rantwijk, MultiZilla mv_van_rantwijk at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 15 12:49:03 PDT 2008

Brian King wrote:
> There has been a lot of talk about this in recent threads, so I have a 
> proposal.
> The upcoming Firefox Summit has a few AMO talks on the schedule:
> http://wiki.mozilla.org/Summit2008/Sessions/Schedule
> One of them is titled just AMO: Editorial Process, which I believe will 
> be a banging of heads to come up with ways to improve things. This is 
> one of the high priorities at AMO.
> So what I would like you to do is reply to this post with your ideas on 
> how to improve the process. I will then compile a list and present it at 
> the summit. I might also blog about it. Even if some of the ideas are 
> followed through on, that would be a step in the right direction.
> Put your ideas into 3 separate categories:
> 1) General : What the pain points are for you, and a proposal on how to 
> fix/improve. Let's focus on the review process, but site bugs can be 
> included.
> 2) Feature Requests : Things you would like to see (or removed) on the 
> site.
> 3) Mozdev ties : Ideas on how Mozdev could integrate with AMO.
> Guidelines:
> - Be constructive!
> - Keep each entry short. One liners where possible.
> - Cite bugs if they exist.
> - Do not follow-up on any ideas proposed, especially to knock it down. 
> The exception might be to clarify a broken link or cite a bug. You can 
> open a new thread if you like to start a discussion on a particular 
> feature. Let's work on the assumption that all ideas are good ideas for 
> now.
> Thanks,
> - Brian

Thank you for hijacking my idea :-)

This is all I have to say about it: 


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