Collaboration with Oracle.

Michael Feldstein michael.feldstein at
Tue Aug 14 20:52:56 UTC 2007

Hello folks,

As you all think about areas where Oracle's participation would be most 
useful, it might be worthwhile to take a look at our Trinidad 
contribution to the the Apache MyFaces project: Given Fluid's interest in 
developing a widget library to help implement some of the patterns 
you're identifying, there might be some ideas of interest in Trinidad 
that George could speak to.

- Michael

George Hackman wrote:
> Hi all,
> Thanks for the intro Jutta.  I look forward to contributing where I 
> can.  A couple of topics, I could talk about further include...
> * UI design patterns and how we use them at Oracle to promote usability 
> and consistency.   This is a big help for us as we have a lot of 
> developers to support with a fairly small UX team.
> * Accessibility and evolving standards.  Accessibility is key to us as 
> we sell lots of software to the goverment.  I could talk about our 
> program and what we are doing here.
> * Usability methods that we use at Oracle (Customer visits 
> (ethnography),  usability testing (remote and local) etc.).  You are 
> probably familiar with most of these, but I could call out what we do 
> differently or uniquely.
> These are just starting points.  I am open to new ideas or topics.
> Thanks,
> George
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