On Thu, 15 Nov 2001, Madhu Menon wrote: > marks from words like "poor" and "excellent"? Exclamation marks are so > often misused... :( ok > >So, before we get sidetracked on to many other issues and ideas here - as > >we're famous for - anyone have final opinions or suggestions? > > lists.evolt.org - > > - Question 2 does not compute. You could rate one list as "excellent" and > another as "poor". This question needs you to "average" out the ratings, > leading to wrong results. ok, i think i know what you're talking about.. and have put a rough lil somthing up there, lemme know what you think > - Question 5 should have a textarea for filling in more than one mailing list. k > Other > > - I wasn't even aware of the directory till a few weeks back. There are > probably others who'll go "huh? what directory?" We need a "not aware of > feature" type of choice > > - ditto for browser archive i guess thats why we're asking(insert the 'what should we be promoting more' thread here) > Demographics > > - No choices for: > > Usability > Information Architecture lumped these together if thats cool(it may not be :) > Content creation > (yes Virginia, people actually do these things :) > > - We need a distinction between "tools" and "skills". "Logo design" is a > skill, "Photoshop" is a tool (though you can be skilled at Photoshop ;) > > - "Font Identification / Selection" should be "typography" > > - The "miscellaneous" section is very vague. There should probably be a > "system administration" section. > > Essentially, I think we need to split the demographics into "Front-end > tools", "Back-end technologies", "Special skills", and perhaps "Job > profile". Without thinking too much of it, these is the IA I can think of. ok. any suggestions on what should go where or what to consolidate? .djc.