[CRISP-TEAM] NRO CRISP website improvements

Izumi Okutani izumi at nic.ad.jp
Fri Jan 9 12:25:01 CET 2015

Nurani & CRISP Team,

I have put this on the agenda for the coming call.

I agree with your reasoning in needing to address and the need to revise
the points you listed.

Regarding A separate, clearly visible "Latest draft" link,
I recall this was discussed and observed general agreement in a past
call as well.

My comments inline and perhaps German can also help us confirm whether
they (all or partially) can be accomodated, with the resource it requires.

On 2015/01/09 18:33, Nurani Nimpuno wrote:
> Hi,
> I am reluctant to add more work ot the NRO secretariat (sorry German!), but I was wondering if we could make some improvements to the NRO CRISP webpage?
> o "How to provide input"
>    Maybe there needs to be a clear header called "How to provide
>    input". At the moment, it is not clear to "newcomers", how and
>    where they can comment.
>    (We have now listed pointers to the ianxfer-list, but it might
>    not be clear that this is *the place* to send your input.)

I agreed.

> o Clear timeline and current deadline on the page
>    Currently the timeline is listed in a PDF with the title
>    the page, I think it's important that they immediately can
>    see what the timelines are.
>    Can we add a clear "deadline for input to 2nd draft" to
>    the page?

I agree. This can probably also move to where the latest document can be

> o A separate, clearly visible "Latest draft" link
>    If we want input to this draft, maybe there needs to be a
>    clear link that stands out on the page in addition to the
>    one in the list at the bottom of the page.

Indeed. In addition to the draft, all the latest documents. i.e., latest
issues list and timeline.

> o CRISP Charter -> less prominent
>    This is important, but I'm not sure if it needs to be almost
>    at the top of the page. Maybe it should be moved down or
>    shifted to a separate page?
> o CRISP Team members  -> less prominent
>    Again, important, but maybe that should be shifted to under
>    the information that is directly relevant to those who want
>    to participate in the process?

I agree both the above information can go lower in the page, or a
seperate page.

> I realise that these might sound like rather detailed comments. But I think it is important that we
> a) Make it as easy as possible for people to find the right information and provide their input
> b) Leave a clear public archive of the process that show that we have done our job properly and in a transparent manner.
> I am getting a few questions from members in the community about how, what, when and where, which indicates to me that maybe it's not all clear to everyone.
> Happy to hear your thoughts on this!

Thank you for raising this.  As mentioned I agree with your reasoning,
especially from the fact you are getting questions.


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