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Re: FAQ, Walkthroughs and requests.

From: Alexandre Rafalovitch <alex@access.com.au>
Date: Wed, 12 Jun 1996 15:28:18 +1000
Message-Id: <v02140b00ade40284b441@[203.18.229.116]>
To: www-jigsaw@w3.org
> > The last addition, I would like would be Requests section. Preferably
> > automatic with Good/Bad counter on how many people looked at it and if any
> > reply were generated.  I know, it is a big thing to ask :-{ , or is it not?
>
>I am not sure I understand this one, do you mean something like [I
>can't remember the nbame of this java resource that displays java code
>to solve common problems ;-)]

What I mean is something like this.

You see a page. It has several proposal in a form (It would be good to have
Jigsaw do Bla) or (It would be create if somebody created
Filter/Resource/Bla to do Bla).
There is a link next to the description that leads to more complete
description with examples, if author of proposal has any. Also there is
count of how many people voted for it/against it.
There is a way to add a vote for/against and maybe area for comments on why
for/against. If there is a large number of 'for' votes on some particular
request, somebody might start discussing how to implement it or would it
require redesign, decrease performance and some such.

After a while there would be a nice list of things to do and interesting
introduction to power of Jigsaw for beginers. I would like to do such thing
myself, but I do not have exposable web space (I am behind the firewall).
If somebody could borrow me some space on Jigsaw server, I could design
such form on my local machine and then copy it across to visible machine.

Does anybody think my idea is any good or it would never work as expected ?


    Alex.

alex@access.com.au
Received on Wednesday, 12 June 1996 01:30:22 GMT

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