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[] What is a Mini-Deck? :: Action Required (re: Ganymede Release Review Slides)


I spoke with Bjorn moments ago, and here's what we need to do to condense the Ganymede Release Review Slide Deck into a Mini-Deck:

(2008-05-16 11:34:43) Nick: is there a document describing what needs to be in a "mini-deck" vs. a "release review slide deck?"

(2008-05-16 11:35:12) Bjorn: Mini-deck: one or two (or three slides) highlight how great your project is (2008-05-16 11:35:43) Bjorn: The idea is that with 30 projects, we'll make one "summary of the release" deck with 1 or 2 slides per project. Not "archive quality" but more advertisement.

(2008-05-16 11:36:13) Nick: like, 3 bullets per slide, max 6-9 bullets for each of the Modeling projects?

(2008-05-16 11:37:23) Bjorn: Format: look at the "one minute slides" from last year:

(2008-05-16 11:37:50) Nick: are we treating Modeling as one project or as 6 (EMF, EMFT, M2M, M2T, MDT, GMF) ?

(2008-05-16 11:38:21) Bjorn: One or Many: for the mini deck it's your choice: for the big decks, they are separate projects.

(2008-05-16 11:56:55) Nick: are these minideck slides to be attached to the decks submitted on June 4? or should they be held separately?

(2008-05-16 11:57:08) Bjorn: one file is fine, two files is also fine

(2008-05-16 11:57:56) Nick: and if merged, would the minideck + "supporting slides / appendix" idea work, in that all the longer stuff would just be at the back in case people actually read that far?

(2008-05-16 11:58:09) Bjorn: exactly


So we have the choice of either 1-2 (or three) slides for all of Modeling in Ganymede (6 projects combined) or one set of 1-2 slides for each project in Modeling in Ganymede (2-12 slides total).

Project Leads: which, um, *model*, do people prefer?


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