Le 2010-11-21 05:13, Thorsten Wilms a écrit :
Good question. Now that we essentially have 2 groups: [Marketing] and
[Design], do we want an "ideas" section in both? Or would we rather have
on "ideas" section where we can see the whole range of ideas?
On Sun, 2010-11-21 at 03:50 -0500, Marc Paré wrote:
We have been gently reminded that "marketing ideas" should reside on the
"Marekting/ideas wiki pages. For the sake of consistency, could you add
your idea to the http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Marketing/Ideas
Sure, but shouldn't it be below wiki.documentfoundation.org/Design
instead? /Design/Infrastructure, perhaps?
I propose that we keep the "ideas" section, but that we have two
internal sections: one section for "design related ideas" and another
with "marketing-related ideas". This will keep it simple and both teams
will be aware of what project have been suggested for both sides. This
will keep us all tuned in.
I propose the above format as there are still some differing
philosophical views on whether "Design" is the driving force behind
"Marketing" and as such our infrastructure should reflect
Design->Marketing; or that "Marketing" and "Design" rest at the same
level and our infrastructure should reflect two categories of: "Design"
and "Marketing"; or that "Marketing" is the umbrella category by which
"Design" is a subset of that category Marketing->Design.
I vote to keep it simple for now.
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