[OT] - Requesting Comments for Process Definition and Presentation
ilias at lazaridis.com
Sat Jan 7 15:04:17 CET 2006
Xavier Morel wrote:
> Ilias Lazaridis wrote:
>> b) to retrieve feedback subjecting the Process Definition itself
>> (content of diagramms, clarity, terminology etc.)
> You are merely some kind of strange troll. You've built something that
[...] - (off topic comments)
note to readers: most of the comments are answered within those sections:
>>> I can't see anything at this site what would make sense to me.
>> you mean, you don't understand _anything_?
> No, he means that your website just doesn't make sense.
I have understood this. that's why I wrote:
"And it seems I've many work to do. "
> There is no
> purpose, no consistency, no way to understand what the website is
> supposed to hold, no way to find *informations* (and your colorful
> graphs with an informative level of somewhere below 0 do not count as
> information BTW).
=> missing purpose and consistency
=> missing way to understand main scope of website.
=> missing way to find informations
=> graphs have no information value
> I'll add that the color/style schemes are awfully misleading (why the
> hell are random words in bold-ocre, please go read a few books on
=> avoid bold-ocre
> interfaces and websites creation because you obviously don't have a clue
> there, Steve Krug's "Don't Make Me Think" would be a much required
=> Book suggestion "Steve Krug's - Don't Make Me Think"
I operate based on public available resources.
> start), that the various categories are unclear, fuzzy and *never
> explained anywhere*
=> categories are unclear & fuzzy
=> missing explanations for categories
> and that you claiming that you can *review websites*
> (for a fee on top of that) is insulting to people with actual skills in
> the field.
from the inital message:
I would like to ask for feedback on the Process Definition and Presentation.
Essentially this is exactly what I've myself specialized to do.
But I cannot apply the process to my own system.
Thank you for your feedback.
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