[okfn-discuss] Lucy and Jonathan: question re new Working Group pgs
Kaitlyn (Kat) Braybrooke
kat.braybrooke at okfn.org
Mon Jun 13 12:59:17 BST 2011
Cool, thanks guys. I agree re: much of that data being erroneous. The
shorter, the better with webpages, I always think ;)
Will moderate the EU Open Data Group page to reflect this and perhaps we can
use it as a model for other groups. I'm happy to change all the existing
Working Group pages. Would be great to get that 'Working Group' link off the
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On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 3:55 PM, Jonathan Gray <jonathan.gray at okfn.org>wrote:
> Posted a list here, based on recent conversations:
> Kat: suggest we continue to work on this, and use it as the basis for
> work on WGs after OKCon! ;-)
> On Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 1:45 PM, Rufus Pollock <rufus.pollock at okfn.org>
> > On 10 June 2011 11:59, Lucy Chambers <lucy.chambers at okfn.org> wrote:
> >> Hi Kat,
> >> Good work - I really like the layout, I think you've got most of the
> >> key features in there!
> > Yes great work. Key question: does okfn.org/groups/ page need all the
> > info about the group or just brief overview with pointer to WG's main
> > page elsewhere (e.g. http://science.okfn.org/) for science working
> > group.
> > I think the latter. This would mean we only need something short and
> > list of all members etc can stay on groups main site or wiki page.
> > [...]
> >> A couple of things we may consider:
> >> How can we condense this info so that it is as terse as possible? It
> >> would be great if we could get the key info compressed into a
> >> screen-sized page so that everything is displayed without people
> >> having to scroll down. For some groups this will be easier than others
> >> and your job may be to think a bit wider than this page to whether
> >> each group needs a specific blog etc. where much of the info can be
> >> displayed...
> > Exactly. Most info can go on groups main site.
> >> 1. PROJECTS: Perhaps links to the projects (if they exist) with a 1/2
> >> line summary of the project. I'm not much help in this particular
> >> instance but maybe people on the list can point you to any specific
> >> project group pages.
> > +1
> >> 2. PEOPLE: Some groups have full lists of members on their blog (e.g.
> >> http://science.okfn.org/members/) - and we can just link to that for
> >> shortness.
> > I'd never list the people. Either on group page or should work via the
> > group members tab. Definitely do *not* want to list everyone.
> > [...]
> > Rufus
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> Jonathan Gray
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