Statistics about the current wish situation (100113)
it took me some 100 mins to extract the rating and no-of-voters from all the detail screens
(others have the ability to export wish-data into an excel format)
But here is a first little statistic:
|rating 100113||voters 100113||rate*voters|
As we see, only some 7 out of 950 members vote this makes less than 1% !!!
Should we really base our selection to such a micro-minority of the registered members
which wishes makes it to the Top10 and get viewed/fulfilled, ..
Assume there are 10 registered employees of a softwarehouse
rating all “their” wishes to “10”
and all “foreign” wishes to “1”
what about minorities or softwarehouses with only 5 registered emplyees?
Would it not be better that CPWR takes on responsibility and:
– publish a manifest what uniface should be. Like:
– – a first-class editor with a larger context (not on a single database field, but the whole sourcecode of a component)
– – a creator of worldwide usable applications (so complete RTL support is mandatory, not a wish)
– – a tool which is expandable to the code-writers needs, including self-defined auto-completes or help-informations
– – a “message driven” development platform wher code-writers can activate:
– – – compile of DTDs
– – – open editor for object x.y.z
– – – option to return the sourcecode of an object (component) AFTER precompiler has done its work.
– provides a clear, transparent description of a process how CPWR rates these wishes
– have an open dialog with the users/members about these topics:
– – may be on the forum, may be by phone
More to come,