[CRISP-TEAM] [NRO secretariat] NRO CRISP website improvements
izumi at nic.ad.jp
Tue Jan 13 03:51:18 CET 2015
Thank you German, for addressing this immediately.
It looks much easier to find the information needed.
As mentioned at the 11th call, I would like to avoid to use the word
"closed" for Description of "crisp at nro.net".
(While the description may perhaps have been there from before)
We try to make our process as transparent as possible and the word
"closed" may cause misunderstanding about this.
- crisp at nro.net
A closed list (with public access to archives) for use by the CRISP team
members throughout the drafting process.
- crisp at nro.net
A read-only mailing list for use by the CRISP team members throughout
the drafting process. Posting is for CRISP Team members only with public
access to archives.
On 2015/01/09 22:50, German Valdez wrote:
> Please take a look to the www.nro.net/crisp-team <http://www.nro.net/crisp-team> page, I think I have addressed your observation here.
> Looking forward for receiving your input
>> On 9 Jan 2015, at 9:25 pm, Izumi Okutani <izumi at nic.ad.jp> wrote:
>> 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:
>>> 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
>>> "CRISP TELECONFERENCE DOCUMENT MATERIAL". If people come to
>>> 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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