New wiki space

Colin Clark colin.clark at
Fri May 25 23:52:04 UTC 2007

Hi Herb,

Thanks so much for adding this area to the wiki. Can you think of some 
examples of content that you've seen on the list in the past few months 
that would be appropriate in this new section? I'd be happy to help add 
content that you think makes sense here.

You also suggested at the Fluid launch meeting back in April that a 
glossary of acronyms and technical terms might be a good idea for the 
project. It sounds like this resources area might be an appropriate 
place to start it.


Herb Wideman wrote:
> Hello all,
> We've added a new section to the wiki for the collection of any 
> documents or links you feel might be helpful to the Fluid community in 
> whole or part. We'd like to build up a (semi-)permanent knowledge 
> repository that can serve as a source for two types of information: 
> specialized task-related knowledge that has direct relevance for Fluid 
> work beyond one specific element or component of the project; and 
> introductory/overview materials that can promote a cross-disciplinary 
> transfer of knowledge among community members that might make our 
> collective work more productive (for example, helping those with less 
> technical backgrounds better understand the processes and tools involved 
> in designing and building Fluid components so they have a better sense 
> of what is feasible in user interface design).
> We'd like you to take a look at any resources you have on hand and 
> contribute what you can (including links previously sent out to the 
> mailing lists) to the new repository at:
> Thanks!
> Herb Wideman
> Senior Researcher
> Institute for Research on Learning Technologies
> York University
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Colin Clark
Technical Lead, Fluid Project
Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto

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