Joseph M. Cychosz @ on
General comments on Links in Member Bio's
I am using Jerry Woodall’s bio as an example: http://nanohub.org/members/45455
I think this is what we want to see. I am assuming the purpose of these links is to find fellow colleagues interested in the same things.
I should see a set of users that meet the following criteria.
1. have this listed as an interest (i.e, nanoelectronics) 2. or have mentioned it their own bios 3. or have published a resource that either has a matching tag or makes mention in the title or descriptive text (abstract)
I think the ideal presentation would be that that we see when we do a search. That is the user’s name, and expandable summary of contributions. The ideal situation would be to see the summary only the resources that have a match with the “linked” name (e.i., GaAs, etc.)