Process review is something that should be done pre-production to prevent any nasty surprises once you get there. It involves looking at the prototype analytically to determine whether the methods used to put it together are the best way to do it. A clue that a process (such as sewing in a zipper) has a problem is if the application process is not uniformly applied in identical units across runs and respective of time and place (the same pattern should sew the same regardless of where and when it is sewn). Process review in the case of this business would mean critiquing a zipper install -for example- to see how nicely or poorly it came out. I’ll be using exactly the latter example once I’m acclimated to this new blogging environment.
Today’s topic of process review: MT (Movable Type) Install means that the weblog system needs to be tested by users. At this time I’m not concerned about the skin of it but the operability and features available to the user. So feel free to process review this. If you navigate a bit, you’ll see the comments from the first blog haven’t been imported yet, all in due time. In spite of the difficulty of installing MT, I know it was a good investment of money and time. And they do say the pangs of childbirth fade with time; but I’m still dealing with after-contractions ;). Your input is appreciated.