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  1. Great start Rick!

    alain_desilets
    Comment posted by alain_desilets
    On Tue 01 of Apr, 2008 14:09 GMT
    Looks pretty good.

    Here are some comments. BTW: I would like to be able to reference specific parts of the video by time or frame, but I don't see that information when I view the video (I seem to be using something called Wink to view it).

    The sequence showing how the Admin activates multilingual features is good for tutorial purposes, but might be left out of the short "flashy demo" video. As Seb pointed out, 2 mins seems to be the average attention span of the zap generration ;-).

    In the sequence where a translator creates a French page, the name of the page should be "Bienvenue" and not "Welcome, fr".

    I think the sequence that shows how you can Quick edit a German page, and then later on associate it with the English version is again good for a complete tutorial video. But I think we should leave out of the demo video. I think it will be a very un-common scenario.

    That's it for now. I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of the video.

    PS: I will answer your questions above by putting my answers inlined with the wiki page.

    Alain
    1. Re: Great start Rick!

      ricks99
      Comment posted by ricks99
      On Tue 01 of Apr, 2008 16:41 GMT
      > Looks pretty good.
      >
      > Here are some comments. BTW: I would like to be able to reference specific parts of the video by time or frame, but I don't see that information when I view the video (I seem to be using something called Wink to view it).
      >

      You can reference the time index, it is showing in a standard Flash player.

      > The sequence showing how the Admin activates multilingual features is good for tutorial purposes, but might be left out of the short "flashy demo" video. As Seb pointed out, 2 mins seems to be the average attention span of the zap generration ;-).
      >
      > In the sequence where a translator creates a French page, the name of the page should be "Bienvenue" and not "Welcome, fr".
      >

      Yes, I wanted to show that Tiki can handle any sort of naming convention.

      > I think the sequence that shows how you can Quick edit a German page, and then later on associate it with the English version is again good for a complete tutorial video. But I think we should leave out of the demo video. I think it will be a very un-common scenario.
      >

      OK. I'll redo it, based entirely on the tracker outline.

      > That's it for now. I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of the video.
      >
      > PS: I will answer your questions above by putting my answers inlined with the wiki page.
      >
      > Alain

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