RE: [BackpackGearTest] Re: Andy's Platy Review... where will it go?
- And it may get changed....after the Winter Market. I agree that breaking
the files down by manufacturer, after item, makes sense..particularly as
we now have enough reports to do it. The site is up...as of 2436 MST.
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From: Andy Mytys [mailto:amytys@...]
Sent: Saturday, November 02, 2002 10:19 PM
Subject: [BackpackGearTest] Re: Andy's Platy Review... where will it go?
--- In BackpackGearTest@y..., "Chief Moderator"
> I doubt seriously we'll re-design the structure for one report.I would expect a redesign based on one report. I was just
commenting how busy things are getting, irrespective of my report,
and that organizing by manufacturer might not be a bad idea.
Your goal is growth, right. Think how things would look in sleeping
bags, for example, if there was a review for even 5 of the bags from
WM, Marmot, REI, SD, TNF, Mountain Hardware, etc. Just one years
worth of bags is pretty bad. Now keep your reports over model
years, and you start to see what a mess the user has to go through
to find what they're looking for.
It's a pain in the rear to change things right now, but it will not
BTW - as I type this the BGT.org site is DOWN - Cannot find server
or DNS Error. 11/3/2002l 12:18am EST.
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