EOWG: TR: Business case draft


And forwarding the attachment also.

- Judy

>Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2001 11:44:56 -0500 (EST)
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>Excuse me,
>Here is the attachment.
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>De : Jean-Marie D'Amour [mailto:jmdamour@inlb.qc.ca]
>Envoyé : 31 mars, 2001 11:42
>Objet : Business case draft
>Hello William and others,
>I worked on the document and integrate many things added to the change log
>- careful about placement of items. for instance, architecture (in 2nd list)
>might belong in first list also. change transfer rate cost. number of pages,
>dynamic vs. static. variations in user agent support. all could go either
>way. what about creating new list, cost or benefit categories, or other
>considerations (cost or benefits)
>separate out the implementation material from the beginning and move it to
>another part of resource suite
>consider adding some brief elaboration to each item
>- add a brief introduction to cost item list and benefit item list --
>NOTE -- now we want to collapse these
>clarification: new method of providing services will lower cost of providing
>services (for government)
>- add "liability" back in.
>- mention "investment" in intro.
>- collapse cost & benefit items into cost considerations.
>- try to reduce the number of items, for instance, group the training items
>in one category, however preserve the detail as an inline explanation.
>- mention short-term and long-term.
>- remove reference to "corporate" but clarify that it is organizational
>In the "Considerations for cost and benefit" I suggest 4 supercategories (in
>my poor english wording). I think a grouping like this will help to
>understand content.
>I wait for feedback.
>I think I'm not the good person for the brief explanation of each item, but
>i can help and comment.
>Jean-Marie D'Amour
>Camo pour personnes handicapées
>Montréal (Québec) Canada
Judy Brewer    jbrewer@w3.org    +1.617.258.9741    http://www.w3.org/WAI
Director, Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) International Program Office
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
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