2 Replies Latest reply: Jun 9, 2008 9:30 AM by Bob_Duffy RSS

How should we evolve Open Port?

CommunityAdmin Community Member
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Open Port was created to provide a destination where the technology community could engage with each other and with Intel and industry experts on topics important to the community. But we realize it may not meet the needs of everyone in the community. So we'd like your opinion.

 

How would you like to see Open Port change, if at all?

Should we include content that relates to other topics like hardware or software development?

If you're in IT, are we covering the topics you'd like to see covered?

 

These are just a few questions to get the conversation started. Feel free to chime in with your own observations. We're listening...

  • 1. Re: How should we evolve Open Port?
    Slash Community Member
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    I think Open Port is fine. Any changes could also be nice, but i don't have any ideas on my mind.

  • 2. Re: How should we evolve Open Port?
    Bob_Duffy Community Member
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    Thanks for the feedback.  So if I understand you correctly, you would like to have local language project groups and a list of contacts associated with that project or group. So for example there might be a project group for Green Computing for Brazil.  If you go to that project group you would see a list of people who are contributing to that project.  You could then contact and colloborate with those people via discussions, documents sharing, opinion polls or blog posts.  Let me know if that is close to the idea.

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