abetts added a comment.
In D15240#319850 <https://phabricator.kde.org/D15240#319850>, @ngraham wrote: > This strikes me as likely to cause intense frustration. Consider the following dramatized dialogue between a user and the computer: > > User: "Neat, I just set up this KDE plasma thing. Let's start seeing what cool stuff it can do!" > Computer: "Hey hey hey first what kind of KWallet do you want to create? Technical jargon thingy 1, or technical jargon thingy 2? Huh? Huh? What'll it be O noble user!?" > User: "Okay, I have no idea, let me cancel out of this stupid thing..." > Computer: "Don't worry I created a thing anyway and chose technical jargon thingy 1 for you!" > > Speaking personally, this sort of experience would make me want to put my fist through the screen. > > It might be worth stepping back and asking more higher-level questions like: > "Why are users cancelling the wizard? Is it too technically intimidating?" > "Should we even have a wizard at all? Maybe should we create a wallet automatically by default and let advanced users change its settings or delete it if they don't like it?" I can see this argument as very valuable. I have also been a little startled by setting this up when you first start using Plasma or create your first password. I have not seen this in other systems. I know also we care for security and transparency. Maybe we should reconsider the wizard and use a more automated approach. Thoughts? REPOSITORY R311 KWallet REVISION DETAIL https://phabricator.kde.org/D15240 To: McPain, #frameworks, ngraham Cc: ngraham, abetts, kde-frameworks-devel, michaelh, bruns