Thread Subject: Re: idea to stimulating on-line dialog
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From: Jim Tobias
Date: Wed, Oct 11 2006 6:55 AM
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one caveat: should they all be together, or distributed by subcommittee? I
worry about putting the same material in multiple places, for the sake of
clarity of navigation and knowing where to comment.
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> What do people think of having a version of 508 Technical
> Standards (subpart B) on the Wiki?
> I am thinking of one article (page) per standard.
> The provision, as is, would be in read only segment at the
> top. People would add comments underneath. To get the
> conversations started, I am thinking three stimulating
> headings like what we tried to use for the panel discussions:
> What's Working? What's Not Working? What's New?
> (Or maybe, the good, the bad, the ugly?) Following that
> would be ideas on what to do with the provision in the
> refresh. If it facilities the subcommittees, we could also
> try the approach for subparts A, C, D.
> I can just try and get started with this free form, or maybe
> Jared could you make a template for this?
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