Re: Fwd: Re: Removing 2.3 Technique

I don't believe the rationale has lost favor and we could add that back
into the Techniques document discussion of site maps.

At 08:01 PM 2/24/99 , Al Gilman wrote:
>At one point the tail end of the Techniques contained a paragraph
>suggesting that the site guide be made especially accessible, with the
>reasoning roughly as below.
>I went back to the document to cite it and found it gone.  
>Was this because the idea lost favor, or is it an artifact of shortening up
>the whole work?
>>Resent-Date: Wed, 24 Feb 1999 20:29:46 -0500 (EST)
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>>Date: Wed, 24 Feb 1999 20:32:08 -0500
>>To: Jan Richards <>,
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>>From: Al Gilman <>
>>Subject: Re: Removing 2.3 Technique
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>>At 07:59 PM 2/24/99 -0500, Jan Richards wrote:
>>>In 2.3 the following technique should be removed:
>>>Produce text representations for site maps generated by the authoring
>>>Producing text site maps seems to be no more or less important than any
>>>other inserted information.
>>The site guide is the safety net behind the navigation and orientation
>>information spread through the site.  This could lead one to feel it is
>>more important than your average chunk of content.  If you're lost; this is
>>where you go to get found.

Received on Sunday, 14 March 1999 13:37:00 UTC