I am very happy that I got the promise of Nat that we can
borrow the Eyetracker of the SUSE usability team for openSUSE
activities and projects. That is really amazing.
An eyetracker is a really expensive machine which records
the eye movement of test persons when they work with software
which is to examine. That technology gives an unique view on
how people work with user interface of the test program by
measuring where people look and how long.
Please come up with ideas how we can make use of that, ie.
upstream workshops where we analyse programs or collaboration
with other usability groups.
We now also need a little team of people who know how to
work with the machine, such as an openSUSE Usability Group.
Please come up with ideas,
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