On 09/02/2014 10:35 AM, Liam Wyatt wrote:
> The key here in my opinion is:
> - clear communication about what state constitutes "success" (e.g. "When
> 80% of people who have opted in have STAYED opted-in")
> - clear communication about the progress towards that state (e.g. Showing
> the "success" factor in the little statistics on the "beta features" tab,
> and showing how close we are to that.)
> - only moving to the next stage when that state has been reached, (not a
> fixed schedule but "it is ready when it is ready, not before")
> - making it easy to try, and withdraw from, new things, always starting
> with opt-in before making it opt-out.

This sounds sane indeed.  +1 from me, at the very least.  Note how VE
did pretty much the opposite of that, and that was a disaster (the
rollout, not VE itself).

-- Marc

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