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== Member Questions ==
 
== Member Questions ==

Revision as of 21:55, 26 April 2013

Universal Questions

  1. How would you describe yourself? Check all that apply.
    • Web designer
    • Web application developer
    • Web user experience/information architect/content strategist
    • Web project manager
    • Other: Please specify (text field)
  2. Do you work for a W3C Member organization? (yes/no)
  3. Do you participate in W3C activities? (yes/no)
    1. If no -> #Public Questions
    2. If yes, What is your role at W3C?

Public Questions

  1. How often do you visit the W3C home page (w3.org)? (radio)
    • More than once daily
    • Once daily
    • Weekly
    • Monthly
    • A few times a year
    • I have never visited the W3C home page
    • Other: Please specify (text field)
  2. Why do you visit the W3C site? Check all that apply. Kelly: Are some of these duplicates?
    • HTML elements and attributes
    • CSS properties and values
    • Accessibility Guidelines
    • How to participate in W3C
    • How to become a W3C Member
    • List of W3C Members
    • How to get a W3C account
    • See current groups and what they are working on
    • Find other W3C Technical Reports
    • Learn where a document is on the standards track
    • Learn how well a technology is supported in browsers and other software
    • Overview of current W3C work relevant to a given industry (e.g,. automotive, digital publishing)
    • Working Group News
    • Information about browser support for specification features
    • W3C validator
    • Test suites
    • Tutorials
    • Other: Please specify (text field)
  3. Please rank the importance of the following information found on the W3C site from 1 to 10 The most important information will be #1. (numeric rank) Kelly: Should we only ask them to rank the ones they've checked in the previous question?
    • HTML elements and attributes
    • CSS properties and values
    • Accessibility Guidelines
    • How to participate in W3C
    • How to become a W3C Member
    • List of W3C Members
    • How to get a W3C account
    • See current groups and what they are working on
    • Find other W3C Technical Reports
    • Learn where a document is on the standards track
    • Learn how well a technology is supported in browsers and other software
    • Overview of current W3C work relevant to a given industry (e.g,. automotive, digital publishing)
    • Working Group News
    • Information about browser support for specification features
    • W3C validator
    • Test suites
    • Tutorials
    • Other: Please specify (text field)
  4. Have you used the W3C site map? (yes/no)
  5. What information have you had difficulty finding? (text field)
  6. Do you find the “current status” feature on the Technical Report pages useful? (yes/no)
  7. Are the Technical Report “spec groups” useful? (yes/no) Kelly: Do “spec groups” refer to organizational structure or working groups?
  8. Do you find the descriptions within the Technical Reports useful? (yes/no)
    1. If no -> How could they be improved? (text field)
  9. Please rank the following: (defined scale: poor -- excellent)
    • Usefulness of Search function
    • Ease of navigation
    • Organization of information
    • Value of content to you
  10. What do you most value from w3.org? (text field)
  11. What do you most dislike about w3.org? (text field)
  12. What features or improvements would you most like to see in the future? (text field)

Kelly: This is as far as I got today. I’ll continue working over the weekend as I have time.

Member Questions

General

  • What are the most frequent actions you take on the Member Web site?
    • What is the click sequence you use to accomplish those today?
  • What information have you sought and have not easily found?
  • Are there any actions you have wanted to do but not tried because you knew or just thought the service was unavailable?
  • Have you used the W3C site map?
  • What would you recommend we simplify?
    • Easier manage list of W3C participants affiliated with the organization (e.g., quick way to tell sysreq someone is no longer affiliated)
  • Is there any trend data that would be useful to you?
    • E.g., evolution of participants in a given Working Group over time
    • E.g., view of changes in group sizes across all groups

Member home page

  • Did you know there is a Member home page?
  • Do you use the existing Member home page?
    • @@Let's find out if non AC Reps use the member home page
  • What would be on your ideal Member home page?
    • What are the main actions you would want to do on a home page?
  • Rate the importance of this information on the Member home page:
    • Calendar of upcoming events
    • Current AC Reviews
    • Recent publications
    • Recently created groups (to join)
  • Should the Member home page be a dashboard, with some information or links specific to you, such as:
    • Identity (name, affiliation)
    • Finding who from your organization is in which groups?
  • If you need to find a relevant person from your organization for some purpose, what are the frequent queries you have?)
  • What administrative tools do you commonly use?
  • Would it be useful for all people in your organization to have a space on w3.org to exchange information among yourselves?
  • How important is a mobile version of the Member site?

There's a lot of information useful to Members on the public site (e.g., spec status). How important is rapid access to it from the Member site? (As opposed to just from the W3C home page).


Chair Questions

Home pages

  • participation
  • specs and other resources
  • meetings (schedule, minutes, agenda, attendance); past and future
  • charter
  • join/leave
  • tests
  • issue tracking
  • communications (lists)

Inside/Outside

  • Would it be useful to have a public page for visitors AND a WG operations page?

Specifications

  • Reformatting priorities
  • TR page
    • Links to editors drafts and links to stable TR drafts

Tests

Guide book

  • See modern guide project

Others

  • Any other needs?