- We cant to stay relevant
- We want to be useful
- We want to make things simple for our customers
- Is YaST relevant yet? Why?
- Nowadays, what is YaST most useful for?
- Could users adopt another (better) alternative easily?
- As installer, what can we do better?
- Where do our users think we suck the most?
- Do we want to continue being an installer only used for (open)SUSE products? Or can we evolve to something more generic? (e.g., salt integration)
- As admin tool, what modules are really useful? What modules deserve being improved? What modules should be deprecated?
- Create what customers really need
Current status and future
- Are we able to address what our customers need?
- Do we have any stopper? (e.g., few developers, old/bad tools, old code, etc)
- Do we require to add more people with specific skills to the team?
- What do you miss the most?
- What do you think we are doing well today?
- Get use-cases
- Get feedback
- Do we have use cases?
- Who (and how) gives us use cases?
- What can we do to have good use cases?
- Do we always need use cases from customers/users? Or can we define them?
- How do we know whether our users are fine with our solutions?
- How do we get user's feedback?
- What currently is our main feedback stream?
- Are blog post useful at the end?
- How can we get more feedback?
- Implemented what customers really need
- How do we know whether we have done something really useful?
- How can we request user's opinions?
- How would you measure our success in a kind of realistic way?
- Is the amount of received bugs an indicator of our success?
- Having feedback
- Having use cases