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Suppose we identify a Question to begin with, and make up a name which reflects it. Here, the question is how do we ask a question so that many discussants can include their concerns and views? IBIS was Horst Rittel's answer decades ago. The Issue Based Information System had to make its own hypertext system for display and update. We already have this TWiki and the source is available.

So let me begin again:

Question: How do we ask a question so that many discussants can include their concerns and views?

(Alternate Question) (Idea) (Note)

-- Idea: Let each Question, Idea, and Supporting or Opposing argument be followed by a list of buttons which add related material.

-- [HIDE] (Specialized Idea) (Support) (Oppose) (Note)

-- -- Specialized Idea: Let one button make the others show or hide.

-- -- [HIDE] (Specialized Idea) (Support) (Oppose) (Note)

[HIDE the (Extend) buttons]

More briefly

Question: How do we ask a question so that many discussants can include their concerns and views?

-- Idea: Let each Question, Idea, and Supporting or Opposing argument be followed by a list of buttons which add related material.

-- -- Specialized Idea: Let one button make the others show or hide.

[SHOW the (Extend) buttons]

-- DickKarpinski - 14 Sep 2000

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