Exactly what problem will this solve?

The project monitor page is currently based on a table with search and filter. This rudimentary interface is basically just exposing the data we have, not helping the User to make sense of it.

For whom do we solve that problem?

Especially for power users as most of the problems with this view occur if you have many Repositories and/or Packages in your Project.

What could be done?

We are interested in new ideas. So a mock-up, prototype or even a PR are welcome

Looking for hackers with the skills:

bootstrap ux obs

This project is part of:

Hack Week 19

Activity

  • 3 months ago: mkubecek liked OBS Project Monitor page redesign
  • 4 months ago: Pharaoh_Atem liked OBS Project Monitor page redesign
  • 4 months ago: vpereirabr added keyword "ux" to OBS Project Monitor page redesign
  • 4 months ago: vpereirabr added keyword "obs" to OBS Project Monitor page redesign
  • 4 months ago: vpereirabr added keyword "bootstrap" to OBS Project Monitor page redesign
  • 4 months ago: david_kang liked OBS Project Monitor page redesign
  • 4 months ago: vpereirabr originated OBS Project Monitor page redesign

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