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Requirements Analysis

Subject: RE: SharePoint Camp 2011 - Requirements Analysis Queries
Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2011 10:39:43 -0400

Hello Rajesh (and fellow design team members),

I reviewed your Requirements Analysis Queries spreadsheet and have some thoughts on a couple of items:

Target Audience

At our last meeting, Bill said that results from a previous event survey showed participants were:
  • 50% new to the technology
  • 20% have some knowledge of the technology
  • 30% have some knowledge but want to learn more
I think these numbers are more useful than an age demographic.   

Action Item:
Question for Bill: Does this continue to be our target audience or do event organizers want to try changing the appeal group? 

Agenda vs Sessions

Bill says 3 distinct tracks are planned for the event:
  • IT Pro (includes sys admin)
  • Development
  • Business side

Action Items:
We need to determine how we are going to exploit these tracks to make the event more appealing to specific groups.
We should finalize the track names and get a one paragraph description of what each track is about.

I think that the difference between the Agenda and Sessions sections is:
  • Agenda is a high level overview schedule of the event.  This is usually a static page that does not change.  See the Agenda page at the MS SharePoint conference web site:
  • Sessions is a list of all presentations sortable by title, topic or track.  This needs to be dynamic as presentations are added, removed or changed.  Clicking on a session title should take you to a details page that has the presentation date, time and location as well as the speaker name and a description of what the presentation is about. See the Sessions page at the MS SharePoint conference web site:


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