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Talk:Solutions in the Round

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Is a rewrite in the past tense needed now?

The time for WUSS in 2014 has passed. So should this article be rewritten in the past tense? Also is this going to be an ongoing activity at WUSS? If so it should be rewritten to identify the suggested ideas and the topics already dealt with. - Cameron (talk) 14:39, 30 December 2014 (CST)

I happen to like the concept

I like the concept, both as a user group session and its presence on the wiki. I.e., a list of problems and the various ways one might solve each problem. I would hope it begins to be used by more groups than just WUSS.

My one concern is that I didn't notice anything in the presentation description regarding whether each presenter had web access during the presentation. I know that whenever I confront a programming problem, the first thing I do is a web search. That is fairly quick, might make it less stressful for presenters, and would also convey some quite useful information to the audience (namely how people (whether novices or experts) go about finding solutions to problems)--Art T 09:51, 11 January 2015 (CST)

Internet was not actually available, it was more of a free exchange of ideas. But it is a good point that part of the problem solving process is the research. --Art Carpenter (talk) 17:01, 11 January 2015 (CST)

Revised the page

Hello- I'm co-coordinating SITR at WUSS 2016 with Hunter Glanz. I revised this page by changing several sentenences and updated information. We look forward to making this section a success!