[technology taskforce] Presentation from TTF meeting on 24 June 2013 on how At-Large Content is organised

Gordon Chillcott gordontc at look.ca
Tue Jul 2 14:39:55 UTC 2013

I think the approach is reasonable, but I'm unsure about the questions
that are being asked here.

After a bit of thought (it's right after a long weekend for me <=) ), I
realized that the question that concerns me the most is "describe hos
the content is organized using these tools".

Perhaps the question should be something along the lines of: "what sorts
of content does each tool (tend to) produce?".  This is along the lines
of the observations that Lance and I have made over the last couple of
sessions (please correct me if I'm wrong here, Lance).

This is a first, very quick, swing at this.   I hope it helps.  My
bigger hope, though, is that it generates some discussion here.


On Tue, 2013-07-02 at 09:59 -0400, Dev Anand Teelucksingh wrote:
> I've uploaded the PDF that was shown on the TTF call last week.
> https://community.icann.org/display/atlarge/Ideas+for+improving+the+organisation+of+At-Large+content
> This is what I have in mind on how to implement the TTF project on
> improving the organisation of At-Large content
> * list the tools used by At-Large to generate/organise/distribute content
> * for At-Large Working Groups
> - What tools are used for At-Large Working Groups
> - describe how the content is organised using these tools
> - note issues regarding At-Large Working Group Content
> - develop recommendations to alleviate issues noted
> And then repeat for RALO content and ALAC content.
> Any thoughts on this approach? If there is agreement on this approach,
> then we can continue to edit the document in this style. Perhaps
> persons can be penholders for the different sections
> The document is in a Google Document and I can share an editable link
> with persons willing to work on this.
> Dev Anand
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