On Jul 10, 2007, at 10:49 AM, Kake L Pugh wrote:
On Mon 09 Jul 2007, Chris Prather
So I have a talk this Thursday to the MPLS.pm
group about OpenGuides.
Since I haven't given a public talk in years, I was wondering if
anyone would care to comment on my slides.
Slide 2: "A Open Source Project" should be "An Open Source Project";
"metadtata" should be "metadata"; "an geodata application"
"a geodata application" (also see comment on slide 3). It would also
be more consistent to have the first point start "A Collection".
Finally, why all the capital letters?
Long forgotten germanic roots? Where I always want to capitalize a
Slide 3: I'd put a comma after
"OpenGuides", and take the brackets
away from "Geodata". Also "a geodata application" is a bit of an
phrase; how about "a geographically-aware application", or "a geoaware
Slide 4: "seperated" should be
"separated"; and why is "Metadata"
Can you actually do the "all restaurants open at noon" search?
I can't perform the search yet, but I hope to have something that
works before Thursday.
Slide 5: Why are "Long", "Lat",
and "Searching" capitalised?
Slide 6: I'd change "first US guide" to
"first US OpenGuide" (or do we
prefer "Open Guide"?)
I went with Open Guide because I remember hex's Branding guidelines
at one point said "OpenGuides" or "The Open Guide to"
Slide 7: Either take the leading "The" away
from the first point, or
add one to the second point.
Slide 8: Earle is spelt "Earle", not
Fixed with my apologies to Earle I knew it I just didn't write it.
I'll have this re-published to the URL above in a second. Thank you
so much for everything.