[Theforum] Re: Sub-categories

Elfur Logadottir elfur at elfur.is
Sun Dec 16 08:45:16 CST 2001

From: "rudy" <r937 at interlog.com>

| >> We need to identify articles by target audience i.e.,
| >> Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced/Expert
| >
| > no, i say we consider skipping that because it sets an
| > expectation that we can't control because level is *purely*
| > subjective for each person... i'm going to *strongly* resist this
| > because as a user, it's let me down nearly every time...
| +1, i'm against this "skill level" classification too, for the same
| i'm not against multidimensional cross-slicing-and-dicing by different
| criteria, but i completely agree with aardvark's analysis, we're not
| to be able to plunk every article *correctly* into a
| Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced/Expert
| hierarchy

but the distinction between beginner and the rest is still valid, me
thinks. so divide them in two: beginner / advanced. that way, us beginners
can start with the correct ones :)

*the beginning one*

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