Thread Subject: Communications Task Force Conference Call
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From: Bailey Bruce
Date: Fri, Oct 13 2006 8:45 PM
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> Once the message is finalized, I will move if from the current
> draft document wiki page and link to it from the homepage.
I like this approach!
Please compare these two:
I think the first seems a lot more inviting to a non-committee member.
But how about fixing the date (August) and then making read-only?
Is this the approach we should take with all the other advice we came up
with (as a result of the conference call) but which we decided not to
send to committee members at this time?
I am still torn how to "push" general announcements to non-committee
members. How do we ensure they see Tim's message? Where and how do I
announce that the 508 Update Index page has been updated? Do we ask
subcommittee chairs to post a link to Tim's message in their lists? Do
I post something to all eight subcommittees?
Jared thinks the latter two ideas would be annoying to too many people
who are subscribed to multiple lists. But we do not have a general
announcements list. I like the TEITAC wiki homepage as a welcome and
introduction, so I am ambivalent about posting news items at the top of
it. Plus we have lots of people that will be tracking one or more lists
pretty faithfully, but not the wiki at all. Expecting non-committee
members to bookmark and periodically browse the committee-member-only
archives does not seem fair either.
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