Confusion on new observation fields?

I bundled bunch of observation fields to Built Environment project to make it possible to add more detailed information to observation. It's not mandatory to add them. You can still add observation to project without adding them, but even then additional dialog pops up. In the dialog, if you want to add just to the project without observation field, do so, don't click "add" to all observation fields, just for the project at bottom.

Do you think the addition is confusing as some arbitrary values are now added to these fields? Should I leave them out altogether and keep adding observations to project as simple as possible as it was before?

Or should the values be explained better? In that case it would still possible (and preferred) to just not add them unless it's clear how to use them.

Posted on May 29, 2024 03:54 PM by kaupunkilinnut kaupunkilinnut


@pandahead_kaimenah ?

Posted by kaupunkilinnut about 2 months ago

When should "failed" be used in the rewilding section?

Posted by f_s about 2 months ago

@f_s I could still develop some concepts, but I thought it would be selection to use when individual organism dies or gets trapped or injured because of feature in built environment. That of course doesn't directly mean rewilding itself is failed, but could indicate ecological trap.

Posted by kaupunkilinnut about 2 months ago

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