Consumerium talk:Executive summary
This is really really bad. It says nothing specific or concrete. It is full of abstract phrases that mean nothing.
- No. It is very clear terminology for executives and every sentence says something either about how things are in business now or how we hope to change how the business is.
- No, it's bad writing. It's gone.
- Actually I get this feeling about the whole wiki. Following the links from Consumerium:Welcome, newcomers, I'm encountering lots of abstract waffle, but struggling to gain an understanding of what its all about. I would guess that you are trying to attract wiki contributions from people with knowledge of consumer issues over a broad range of product types. I also gather that the project has a wider scope, looking at ways of delivering consumer information e.g. devices in supermarkets. Seems like an interesting idea, but it's really not very clear. Maybe this 'Executive summary' is a page where one would expect the language to be thick with management speak, but I would suggest that some of the other pages need some work. This waffle should be replaced by more specific concrete information. - Nojer2 - 29 Nov 2004
It really must go. Picking good questions of the FAQ is a far better way to go
- No way. This is not going anywhere. --Juxo 08:52, 28 Apr 2004 (EEST)
- Fixing it.