Here's a list of tasks associated with the NAWG website improvement project.
For planned releases, project-related events and other milestones, please see the roadmap article.
Details of the structure of a task can be found by scrolling down.
The website plans navigation menu follows the task list.
(There are also website issues listed).
|Headline:||Competition: "100": go fully online.|
The 100 Word Mini-tales competition has been running since April 2015. So far, the website has been used only for reference and for monitoring of the competition's status. The actual mechanics have been done using email.
We plan to move over to a fully online system, where competitors enter their stories directly on the website, rather than using email attachments.
|Resolution & notes:|
Overview – The starting point for documentation about our plans for the website.
- Document structure
Strategy – Details of our strategy for developing the website.
- Evolution over revolution
- IT and joined-up data
Your input – We want your help. This is your website; we value your ideas and feedback.
- What are we looking for?
- How to send us your ideas.
Schedule – When things are going to happen. Time scales, as far as we are able to estimate them.
Participation – A website where you get to take part, rather than passively absorb information, will be more fun and productive. We have plans to make this happen.
- Members-only areas
Facilities – Plans for the website in terms of functionality, useful tools and other applications.
- Social media integration
- Directory of writing groups
- On-line competitions
- Link magazine
Features – Plans for the behavioural and technical aspects of the site.
- Privacy & security
- People database
Articles & editing
- Temporal content
- Markdown for content
- Automatic TOC generation
- PayPal integration
Content – Plans for what articles, pages and other information to have on the site. Examples: news, information, events, competitions, products and services.
- Revamp "who is NAWG?" area
Presentation – Plans for improvements and additions to the way the site appears, e.g. its layout, styling and navigation.
Management – Plans to improve the operational aspects of the site, i.e. the way it's run and maintained, and the way we respond to communications.
- Operations & procedures
- Who does what?
Some of the above titles are hyperlinks.
Click for more detailed documentation.
More will become links as things evolve.
Each task has a state and a priority. The state represents it's position in the following life cycle:
- Not started.
- In progress.
The priorities are based on the MoSCoW method, and are explained below:
- The task must be completed for, and is critical to, the next release.
- The task should be completed for the next release, if time/resource allows.
- The task could be completed for the next release, if time/resource allows and all should tasks have first been completed.
- The task's priority is unassigned. This might be because it is pending review, or perhaps because it has already been completed.
|Author:||Kevin Machin||Date:||April 30, 2014 2:28 pm|
|Comments:||0 – permitted||Article:||2887 – published|