How to organize the reorderer family on the wiki?
jonathan.hung at utoronto.ca
Thu Sep 11 13:16:08 UTC 2008
I agree that we should group pages together that belong in a family.
However, I'm cool on the idea of adding yet another layer on top of existing
One idea would be to show the relationships in a hierarchy on the Components
index page (http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Components). At the
same time, make it clear on a component child page that it belongs to a
larger family of components. This could be reinforced through a side panel
again indicating the hierarchy / relationships with components.
PS. I've noticed my name is being typoed in the email address line. There is
no "o" in my name, a's all the way! :)
Jonathan Hung / jonathan.hung at utoronto.ca
University of Toronto - ATRC
Tel: (416) 946-3002
On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 11:07 AM, Jess Mitchell <jess at jessmitchell.com>wrote:
> Good point Daphne and thanks for bringing this up!
> My feeling is that we really need to take on the burden of making sense of
> these families and parents for folks. And I can imagine that one page that
> introduces the components (like Erin's landing page for components) that
> also demarcates the differences among family member and their relationship
> would be a good start to getting these three together.
> Does any of what I just typed make sense?!
> Jess Mitchell
> Boston, MA, USA
> Project Manager / Fluid Project
> jess at jessmitchell.com
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> jabber: jessmitchell at gmail.com
> On Sep 9, 2008, at 8:44 PM, Daphne Ogle wrote:
> As a follow up to the previous email about naming the reorderer family...
> What comes next is how it should be organized on the wiki. Inline edit
> currently has the whole family in one design space:
> but the reorder family is split and the parent and each child has their own
> design space:
> There are definitely benefits to both (In the meantime, I'm going to just
> create some child pages in the lightbox space so I can move forward).
> It seems like the children should at least be connected but perhaps having
> them all in one space is overload?
> Daphne Ogle
> Senior Interaction Designer
> University of California, Berkeley
> Educational Technology Services
> daphne at media.berkeley.edu
> cell (510)847-0308
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