What Do You Want To See on the Web?
Michael F. Bowman (mfbowman@USSCOUTS.ORG)
Thu, 3 Sep 1998 21:50:28 -0400
As a Scouting Webmaster I know that it is a lot of fun to put together a
good web page or to come up with some nifty stuff to share. Over the
last several years thousands of Scouting webmasters have created
websites adding to the resource pool offering a huge collection of
knowledge. It occurs to me that there may be a gulf between what I as a
webmaster might think ought to go up on a website and what a Scouter
looking for a resource might want to see on the web.
At the U.S. Scouting Service Project we are continuing to add content
and develop resources on the web for Scouting. As we do this, I want to
make sure we don't miss the opportunity to put up content that would be
helpful. As the USSSP webmaster, I am interested in hearing what you
would like to see on the web that is related to Scouting. What kinds of
things would you like to be able to find? What sorts of things could be
on the web that would help you out doing your Scouting job? What sorts
of things would be good to have on the web for your Scouts?
Please e-mail me with your thoughts, suggestions, or even offers of
contributions. I can't guarantee that we'll create a web page for every
suggestions, but your ideas can help to identify areas where new content
development should take place.
Michael F. Bowman --- Professor Beaver NE-CS-41
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