Multimedia:Licensing tutorial/Kick-off meeting
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Goals for the meeting
- Review and agree on project information, time line, responsibilities, etc. (to be prepared by me in advance).
- Review where and how the tutorial will be inserted into the interface.
- Review the main topics to be covered by the tutorial: is it possible / desirable to include all of them?
- Review and acknowledge general requirements (such as the need to address a globally diverse audience)
- Answer other questions not listed here (to be prepared in advance by anyone who has questions).
- Everyone: Hold kick-off meeting: agree on general overview, answer each other's questions
- Michael: delivers Phase 1 draft designs (Oct. 13th)
- Guillaume: shares Phase 1 designs with key stakeholders privately and seeks feedback, including from Jay & David (Oct. 18th)
- Guillaume: selects a Phase 1 design (Oct. 18th)
- Michael: delivers Phase 2 proposed set of pictures (Oct. 22nd)
- Guillaume: shares Phase 2 designs with key stakeholders privately and seeks feedback, including from Jay & David (Oct. 26th)
- Michael: delivers Phase 3 (final) set of pictures (Oct. 29th)
- Meeting Nov. 1st / 2nd
Check-in once a week by phone if required
Roles and Responsibilities
(by order of expected required involvement)
|Guillaume Paumier||Product manager, WMF||Overall execution of the Licensing tutorial project|
|Michael Bartalos||Illustrator||Creation of the artwork|
|David Peters||Design director||Design advice and feedback throughout the project|
|Neil Kandalgaonkar||Software developer, WMF||Integration of the artwork in the interface|
|Alolita Sharma||Engineering programs manager, WMF||Oversight of the Multimedia usability project|
|Jay Walsh||Head of communications, WMF||Overall advice and feedback throughout the project|
Software and artwork integration
- Including easy way to display a translation depending on the user's interface language (include language code in the filename?)
For a longer version of this section, including rationales, see Multimedia:Licensing tutorial#Requirements.
The tutorial must be:
- easily translatable ( w:en:Free software Unicode fonts )
- from an international, cross-cultural standpoint
- fun, enticing, not too boring
- colors? full color, monochrome etc?
- black and white until the final version