This section will allow users to easily coordinate activities based on shared views (as opposed to direct personal contacts). Activity on areas like the discussion boards is needed to provide the data required to establish these connections (therefore this area won't be developed until nearly last). Grassroots movements will be supercharged once this section is active.
Clicking here opens a form to create a new topic.
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Magnifying Glass Icon [View]
This is a hover link. While your mouse is over this link, you will be able to see (at least some of) the information contained in the "Open" link. When the open link contains a great deal of information, rehovering over this link and moving away will close the "Open" section - preventing the need to scroll all the way to the top or bottom of that section.
Open Book Icon [Open]
Clicking here opens a section that contains replies (or other information) that relate to this post.
Suggestions are a specialty reply. They are specifically geared towards improving a post: The post submitter may edit his post to reflect suggestions. The other option is crowdsourced editing of a post (votes affect how the original post is displayed - with a note to indicate that it has been crowdedited & a link to the original post.
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A dispute is a negative observation about a post. Generally, a dispute will challenge some portion of a post and offer a "corrected" view: The post submitter may edit his post to reflect disputes. The other option is crowdsourced editing of a post (votes affect how the original post is displayed - with a note to indicate that it has been crowdedited & a link to the original post
(click to open)
DMAIC - Engineering Improvement Process (basic)
This template provides areas for the first three sections of the DMAIC engineering process.
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Posted by: iDrafted on 03-10-2012
This is a test forum for a standard discussion template. iDrafted is designed to optimize productive discussions:
-Specific areas are provided for each discussion phase (click on the name to open/close the area).
-Areas focus the discussion (the post should relate to both topic and area)
-Within each area, different reply types are provided to refine focus.
-Reply: general comments
-Suggest: ideas on improvement
-Dispute: demands for clarification and/or correction
This approach means that one group may focus solely one one area of the project or one aspect (like suggestions or disputes) with ease.
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