[Baypiggies] Meeting summaries and links

Aahz aahz at pythoncraft.com
Mon Apr 17 20:10:21 CEST 2006

On Mon, Apr 17, 2006, Marilyn Davis wrote:
> In our case, with multiple speakers, do I collect everyone's text
> and put it on a web page?  Or does each speaker put their info on a
> web page and give me their url and I put links to those urls on a
> web page and give that url to the group site?  I guess the later is
> better so that people can post their slides and keep control of their
> info.  That would be the Cascading Stanford Model?  And it is the
> object-oriented model since everyone keeps their own data, surely a
> better experience for everyone and a better product.

If you look at the history of BayPIGgies meetings, when we're doing a
good job, the BayPIGgies page contains a reasonable summary that links
to the presenters' longer pages.  What changes do you think should be
made to this and why?
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