Continue readingStarting from the conceptual reassertion requirement validated in the previous blog entry, my objective for the "Externet+ / Lightweight" stages remains - at master-franchisor level - to integrate the inventory of all shortcomings that flaw our starter configurations - on both sides of a globally unbalanced sheet of consumption and production accounts - into a catalogue of master-franchise-enabled service level guarantees to be provided at the Externet+ level.
Continue readingIn order to enable each and everyone - at their own pace and level - to step back and reconsider the big picture of what remains to be accomplished, I suggest we start with a conceptual reassertion of the initial mission statement (1, 2, 3) to be translated:
- into sub-objectives,
- into action plans,
- into resources and means:
- both quantitatively intelligible,
- and qualitatively measurable.
Continue readingHow to measure a qualitative return on experience pertaining to conceptual capitalization, while at the same time maintaining a sustainable dynamic of change within continuity, when the principle of the conceptual separation of concerns with a view to the securement of added value requires to resort to app-based web design tools which come short of an automated journaling feature at end user level, knowing that such a feature could compromise the very principle that is supposed to keep authors self-sustained? This entirely remastered v3.0/2020 of the present changeblog (1) brings a full (graphic) bundle (06/10 ) of answers to precisely that type of questions pertaining to the "conceptualization of global systemics underlying web design".
Continue readingIn these times of intermission debriefings of all sorts, it is my pleasure to offer you - as a musical interlude - a video-enabled retro-prospective of the NetPlusUltra®-sustained squaring of the conceptual problem-solving cycle covering the entire development period 2000 to 2019 (1).
Continue readingThe time has come to reconsider the problem solving cycle from the perspective of the web statistics available for the period of reference 2013-2018 (my publication phase 2/3), on the grounds of the raw statistics logged by OVH’s web servers for interpretation by the Urchin-v6-enabled analytics tool included in the provider’s shared web hosting plans. Let us start with a brief historical introduction, for the sake of gaining a better insight into the underlying issues (1, 2):
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