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Talk:MiB Beta: Observations for developers and for the Nokia MiB dev team

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Hamishwillee - A few observations

Hi UberschallSamsara

My 2 bits on this ....

Firstly, thanks for contributing. I think your observations section is excellent - a well thought out list of actions for Nokia and users.

I don't think however that this article works "as a whole" - ie the observations sections and other sections work together to make a sensible document. Also if you remove the observations, can the top section "stand alone" - I doubt it.

For the first section I'm also not sure that the "reference an expert style" and quote works quite so well on wiki - most of this could be captured in about a 10th the words and since time is money, that's a lot of space. The links are good though, and I like your key points that "MiB is a toolkit where the guide is as or more important that the toolkit", and "the DTM is a tool to make the first steps of your marketing effort easier, not the "end result".

Good luck!



hamishwillee 07:19, 5 April 2013 (EEST)

Hamishwillee - PS

Cat video's are OK, but right now I think screaming goat parodies are the big thing :-)

hamishwillee 07:26, 5 April 2013 (EEST)

UberschallSamsara - Response to Hamish

Hamish, agree w/your points. Good writing comes down to good editing, and this was basically a first draft, written on deadline day.

Regardless, hope the observations section helps the dev team even if it doesn't win anything (but if it wins something that's ok too. ;) )

UberschallSamsara 17:02, 5 April 2013 (EEST)


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