This page is intended to start an outline to help define the direction
and focus of our web development efforts. Don't worry too much about
filtering. We'll start to organize things if they get out of control.
For now feel free to spew stream-of-consciousness.
Highest priority items - the world will fall apart without them.
- An Index
that is alphanumerically organized (A-Z, 1,2,3...) as well as clear
categories with the ability to drill down to specific topics. Look into
Semantic Wiki Engines.
- Updated 'current projects'
- Provide map and contact info for Fremont (both WH and Loft)
- Provide map and clear mailing and shipping addresses for Raitt.
- Article Wizard so that content can be easily linked together
Items which will make life significantly better.
- Improved CARTAH application workflow
- 117/113 wiki (add)
- routing diagrams for each room
- 113 booth recording how-to
- list of available audio software in 113 (DAW, plugins, etc.) and links to manuals.
- Unified calendar view with class schedules to help with planning
Nice To Haves
- Online Fremont Observatory reservation system
- Anonymous feedback form
- Integrate current reservation system with the rest (maybe use Google Cals for all?)
- Integrate [current wiki  ] with site or move it to our main wiki.
- DEvA (Digital Arts Events Archive)
- [2009.08.21] DXARTS has a growing compilation of material
from various concerts, events, etc. We have
begun the process of converting this data
into a structured (as in XML) format, which
could be used directly on the website or
linked to from the website: (http://atlas.dxarts.washington.edu/projects/insular/diva)
- "Current Research" section: how we show the outside
world what's underway here. Photos from the labs and our students in
them! Emphasis on the production-based sites like Fremont, but also
encourage people developing software, sound research, etc. to be
documenting their experiments in an easily digestible way.
- Resource sharing among students, similar to this page: 
but organized in a meaningful way, as in not just grouped under "for
students". Something that's also constantly updated with research
resources, artists' work, local fabrication resources, tutorials,
etc... Perhaps something like a myDelicious page would be more