end/line week 10

1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 We are approaching to the end of the semester, so – as it is logical – we are starting to think about the requirements we have to complete for the class. This class, being a kind of unicum, will allow us – for this semester – not only to work together for all the semester, but to present our work on May 17th. We are all pretty excited about this opportunity, and we are working to make end/line better.

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 During the last week, I spent some time reviewing the first feedback we received: it was very useful, because through these we could imagine and understand how other people – not involved at all until now in this idea – perceive our app and understand its purposes.

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 But we still have more than 20 potential beta testers, so I started to work on them too. We indeed decided to split them up in three different groups, and to give all of them a week to test end/line and to release their feedback. We consider this as the most reasonable way to avoid the management of an excessive amount of data.

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 These feedback will be fundamental to develop the last version of end/line, which we will present on May 17th,

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