Valid point... and to support what both you and Andre have said, maybe
we need the opportunity to setup landing pages for relevant content more
umn.edu/H1N1 could bring users to a page with important content and
links to other UMN sites for more details.
something like that?
Brian Hayden wrote:
> On Jan 27, 2010, at 2:52 PM, Zachary Johnson wrote:
>> There could be 10 departments who want to promote content about
>> H1N1... if boynton grabs umn.edu/h1n1 first... what are all those
>> other departments to do? boynton.umn.edu/h1n1, medical.umn.edu/h1n1,
>> cla.umn.edu/h1n1 is a nice solution to the problem.
> I'd agree with everything you said except this. Having info spread among
> all these sites is a bug, not a feature, and it's one that afflicts the
> University badly.
> (Obviously this doesn't apply to, say, a site for a study that the SPH
> might do on H1N1--that is rightfully segregated--but for info that is of
> general interest we need less fragmentation and duplication of effort,
> not more.)
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