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== Desktop Notification for Missed Alerts ==
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Revision as of 18:34, 12 December 2008


See bug #475978

UI Components

Setroubleshoot-ui-components diagram1.png

Quick UI Review


Summary of Suggestions

  • Use shorter, more human-readable dates for the date column up-top. "2 days ago", "1 week ago", etc. Specific time stamps can be displayed in the details pane.
  • Do not display the host column if the system is only configured for one host.
  • Swap the summary and date columns so summary appears right after the quiet button.
  • Rename window title "Security Alert Browser"
  • Remove lower bar with 'audit listener' '12/12' and connection toggle unless there's a really good rationale for it being there.
  • Get rid of short description. It's just an ellipsed form of the long description anyway.
  • Hide the debug information by default. Only show it if explicitly asked for. By default it appears quite intimidating.

Mockup Ideas

Desktop Alerting Tool for Non-Critical Alerts

Alert Details Window

When you click for more details about an alert, you could get a dialog like this that is focused on the alert that just occurred. (To see other alerts, you could go to the browser via a right-click on the setroubleshoot panel icon or through the regular application menu path)


Setroubleshoot-ui alert-unexpanded mock1.png

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Setroubleshoot-ui alert-expanded mock1.png

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Bug Report Window

Setroubleshoot-ui bugreport mock1.png

File:Setroubleshoot-ui bugreport mock1.svg

Desktop Notification for Missed Alerts

Setroubleshoot-ui missed-alerts-notification mock1.png

File:Setroubleshoot-ui missed-alerts-notification mock1.svg