[p2pu-dev] private and public study groups "under development" (was Re: deleting study groups)
Jessy Kate Schingler
jessy at jessykate.com
Tue May 24 15:44:50 UTC 2011
one thing about the sandbox setting is that any "activities" in my stream
related to that sandbox still show up, so if people look at my profile they
then see the course and, for example, i still have people signing up for the
applied algorithms course.
to me it brings up the question of having private drafts, because i'd like
to be able to work on designing *tentative* courses, where i may just be
exploring, without feeling like others will develop expectations around that
course until i've decided its worth running and/or the audience, design etc.
i suppose one argument is that this is a cultural thing-- if the course says
"under development" then people should appreciate it as such and not develop
expectations. on the other hand, does that lead us towards a world where we
have a huge number of courses under development but little incentive to
follow through? will this lead to a large graveyard of abandoned courses
with a relatively small number actually running? maybe that's fine as long
as we choose our UI carefully?
On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 7:16 PM, Alison Jean Cole <alisonjean.cole at gmail.com
> That's a great idea. I'll use it in the future.
> Will sandbox these courses for now.
> new.p2pu.org/en/alison/ <http://p2pu.org/users/alison>
> On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 4:05 PM, Jessica Ledbetter <
> jessica at jessicaledbetter.com> wrote:
>> If you sandbox them they shouldn't show up, at least, until Zuzel can
>> clean up.
>> We could also use alpha for testing/creating of screencasts. What do
>> you think? The url would be different but functionality should be the
>> same and can do the whole process.
>> On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 5:45 PM, Alison Jean Cole
>> <alisonjean.cole at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hey Dev folks,
>> > I created a flury of test courses (best course ever, fundamentals of
>> > zoology) while making a how-to screencast: http://vimeo.com/24138754.
>> > They're junk and I would like to delete them. There's many, it's kind of
>> > silly.
>> > ALISON
>> > new.p2pu.org/en/alison/
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