Re: Re WIT

miked@CERF.NET (Michael A. Dolan)
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 1994 03:02:49 +0200
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Subject: Re: Re WIT
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At 09:32 PM 6/13/94 +0200, Dan Hinckley wrote:

>Does anyone think it a good idea to come up with a requirements 


>Here goes .. In my voluminous spare time IF no one else is 
>already working on such a project, I will volunteer to compile a list of 
>requirements, so our implementation ideas can be considered in context.

Here's a few (probably not so easy) ones:

        1. Offline composition - unless I missed something, it appears
        that one must be connected semi-live to the various WIT forms
        in order to have a meaningful session.  Of course one could
        cut and paste, but...

        2. Some sort of heirarchical organization - this seems designed
        in, but it might require some human intervention to keep it

        3. An email interface - no matter how its designed there will be
        those that can't/won't/don't use it for various reasons.  Maybe
        a script could be written to handle inbound email, HTML-ize it,
        and stuff it into the right place ?  This might also solve other
        silly requirements such as (1) above.

Michael A. Dolan - 
TerraByte Technology (619) 445-9070