Follow up from today's meeting

Gary Thompson gary at unicon.net
Wed Oct 24 16:24:58 UTC 2007


10 or 11 PDT works for me.

Gary

Barbara Glover wrote:
> Hi Daphne
> I'd suggest 10 or 11 PST.  That's 1PM/2PM EST.
>
> cheers
> Barbara
> On 24-Oct-07, at 8:31 AM, Moore, Kathleen E wrote:
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>> Right now all of these times work for me, but I may need to schedule 
>> another meeting Friday as well, so they may not all stay open.
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>> Kathy
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>> Kathleen Moore
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>> Web Manager, Information Technology Services
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>> Boston University School of Management
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>> kemoore at bu.edu <mailto:kemoore at bu.edu>
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>> 617-353-2685
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>> *From:* Daphne Ogle [mailto:daphne at media.berkeley.edu]
>> *Sent:* Tuesday, October 23, 2007 11:13 PM
>> *To:* Allison Bloodworth; Eli Cochran; Barbara Glover; Shaw-Han Liem; 
>> Colin Clark; Moore, Kathleen E; Gary Thompson; Paul Zablosky; erin yu
>> *Cc:* fluid-work at fluidproject.org <mailto:fluid-work at fluidproject.org>
>> *Subject:* Follow up from today's meeting
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>> Hi all,
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>> We decided today that we wanted to meet again Friday to continue with 
>> our UX planning activities.  Let me know what times work for you all 
>> on Friday:
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>> - 9:00 am PDT / 12:00 EDT
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>> - 10:00 am PDT / 1:00 PDT
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>> - 11:00 am PDT / 2:00 EDT
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>> - 12:00 pm PDT / 3:00 EDT
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>> I'm in all day working meetings tomorrow but will try to tally up 
>> everyone's availability and send it out by Thursday morning PDT.
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>> *Action items in prep for Friday's meeting:*
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>> 1)  Project coordinators to post project plans for each project area 
>> on the wiki (where should these go?  can someone put theirs up as a 
>> model and share with the group?)
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>> 2)  Granularity for the project plans:  Phases for global 
>> prioritization; within each phase are more granular activities that 
>> will be prioritized within the working group when the work is 
>> happening.  
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>>             -Phases are meant to be chunks of work that need to be 
>> prioritized together.  For example, in user research a phase might be 
>> competitive analysis another contextual inquiries & modeling.  So 
>> splitting up the activities within a phase would not be an efficient 
>> way to work.  Each phase can be worked on separately, perhaps put 
>> away while we focus on another project and then picked up again to 
>> continue on to the next phase.  Although we didn't talk about this 
>> today -- it would be good if each phase has deliverables identified 
>> -- to the team, community, another project team, whatever makes sense.
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>> 3) Create story cards for the phases that we'll use for the global 
>> planning game on Friday.  I missed this today -- did we decide on an 
>> application to use?  Allison (or anyone else that's looked at the 
>> options), can you recommend one for us to start using?
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>> Did I miss anything?
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>> Daphne Ogle
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>> Senior Interaction Designer
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>> University of California, Berkeley
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>> Educational Technology Services
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>> daphne at media.berkeley.edu <mailto:daphne at media.berkeley.edu>
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>> cell (510)847-0308
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