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WPD and the account management

From: Renoir B. <renoirb@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2013 15:23:38 -0400
Message-ID: <CAEWz3DDMpr-sF7KAmvFC0O7J-owiNUFJV55m4Uh084VnNfCOHQ@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-webplatform@w3.org
Hello people

I had this question in mind regarding the features to support and what is
to come.

I think a good feature to add to begin with could be to simplify the sign
up process and the other applications.

Here are a few high-level feature I am suggesting for my first coding
sprint:

Proposed initial backlog:
1.  As a person, I want to subscribe so I can be known as a user
2.  As a user, I want to start contributing by declaring my intention
3.  As a user, I'd like to know which pages I should start with
4.  As a coordinator, I want to know who said would work tonight
5.  As a user, I want to say on which document I am working on
6.  As a user, I want to tell when I am done working on a document
7.  As a coordinator, I want to give a list of documents that needs to be
worked on
8.  As a system, I want to make sure a user has access to whatever he has
access to

All of this could be made during a short sprint.

I would create an API end point and a very basic dashboard and a way to
allow users to not have to sign on/create account on other systems.

Estimated time: to analyze

I could make this sprint after I spent some time working on the Piwik
standalone instance.

It could be a first step for the CMS and be useful right now.

Opinions?

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Renoir Boulanger
Software & Frontend developer
https://renoirboulanger.com/#is
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