WTSP Mails and Letters (B3-News2019)  

Q&A on World WTSP Catalogs:  (1) Jul., Aug.  2019       

Editor:  Toru Nakagawa (WTSP Project Leader)

Posted:  Aug. 25, 2019

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Editor's Note (Toru Nakagawa,  Aug. 23, 2019)

This page is going to record Q&A communications between the readers and the WTSP project  on the World WTSP Catalogs and on the WTSP project itself. 

See also the pages of (B3) WTSP News 2019   and  Letters from Readers
Latest communication is shown at the bottom.

 

Jul. 14, 2019

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Update of "TRIZ Home Page in Japan"

Jul. 18, 2019 Michael Orloff <==> TN Q: Forms for Manuscripts of WTSP Catalogs 
A: Process and Forms for preparing the WTSP Catalog manuscripts
Jul. 19, 2019 Michael Orloff <==> TN Q: Table of Sites   
A: Table of Recommended TRIZ-related sites
Jul. 19, 2019 Michael Orloff <==> TN C:  Table of Selected Sites (in a combined format)   
A:  OK, Go ahead.
C:  Have sent the Table to the site owners
Jul. 22, 2019 Michael Orloff <==> TN Q: A List of Sites in Japan written in English ?   
A: No.  Just sort the Table in respect to the Language.

Jul. 25, 2019

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Update of "TRIZ Home Page in Japan"

Aug. 4, 2019

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Update of "TRIZ Home Page in Japan"

Aug. 7, 2019 Shireen Al-Jaouni <==> TN Q:  Sites in the Middle East ?   
A:  Results of Preliminary Search:  55 sites in the Arabic language
Aug. 21, 2019 Tim Schweitzer <==> TN Q:  Login account to the WTSP Bitrix24 platform   
A:  Current situation of the WTSP Bitrix24 Platform
Q:  Invitation to Login account
A:  (Become a Member, and then) Open the platform account with a special URL
     
     

 

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HP Update Jul. 14

M. Orloff Q1

M. Orloff Q2

M. Orloff Q3

M. Orloff Q4

HP Update Jul. 25

HP Update Aug. 4

S. Al-Jaouni

T. Schweitzer


 

 

  "TRIZ Home Page in Japan" Updated (Jul. 14, 2019)

Updated: Short Summary of WTSP Practice Guide:
World WTSP Catalogs (Japan Part): WTSP Catalog of TRIZ-related Sites in Japan for the people in the whole world (Toru Nakagawa) (Jul. 14, 2019))

 


 

 Q: Michael Orloff (Germany) ==> Toru Nakagawa     Jul. 18, 2019     Q: Forms for Manuscripts of WTSP Catalogs

Dear Toru, I have several questions to continue my work. Thanks for the answers in advance. Michael

Dear Toru, Yesterday I tried to understand the practical actions and have got some troubles.

First questions:

Next question:   Should I send the letters of invitation to the authors (owners) of web-sites to ask them to send me (or to you) the manuscript with their web-site description?

Last question: are these two forms the main tables for WTSP now?


 

 A: Michael Orloff (Germany) <== Toru Nakagawa     Jul. 18, 2019    A: Process and Forms for preparing the WTSP Catalog manuscripts

Dear Michael, Thank you, Michael, for your valuable questions.

There are many issues, I noticed, which are related to
      (a) working process and forms,
      (b) instruction documents,
      (c) details of formats,
      (d) inconsistency/incompleteness in my examples, and
      (e) more delicate issues we have to consider.

I started to write answers to all your questions, but I decided to answer you quickly to guide you effectively.

(1) You (and Russian WTSP Team) are at the initial stage of listing up recommendable Web sites.
Thus you should fill in the Form of 'Recommended Sites'   .

Fill in it at the level you can do quickly with the information you already have.
And send the list quickly to Nikolay, Simon, Valery, and me.

(2) Then we should send the Form to many TRIZ experts who speak and work in Russian language, and ask them to add any recommendable web sites in the same Form.

Michael, could you please send this email from you with the senders names of Michael, Nikolay, Simon, Valery, and (CC: Toru). We need to get the approval of these 4 persons. If we cannot get quick replies from them, we should put their names just in CC (assuming no objections from them). We should send the email to Russian-speaking key persons and ask them again to join WTSP.

(3) Then we should send emails to all the site owners in the site list to introduce their own site by filling the Site Description Form:

This form has the column of Evaluation. So the owner is asked to evaluate his/her own site in the World view.
Site Code is the unique number given to the site in the List of Sites.

For filling this Site Description Form, we should send the information of "Multiple Sets of Indexing Schemes"
'Roles of site' is one of such indexing schemes. In our World WTSP Catalogs we are going to arrange many sites by classifying with this categorization.

In my examples I have some inconsistency.
I should use (a2) (b1) etc. in place of a2-, b1- etc.
The (a)(d) (a)(b) etc. in the site description example are the old forms, I should replace them with new codes.

(4) The site descriptions in my example were written by myself. Such description is appropriate in the cases when we can't ask the site owners or when we write for ourselves without positive replies from the site owners.

The arrangement and forms of description of individual sites are not the matter.
Some of them may be written in the standard form, some others in relaxed form, or even missing.
They are just referred to see the sites.

(5) The Flat Table is important for making the Indexes (or Table of Contents) of the whole Catalogs.

Using the information gathered in (4), we should make this Flat Table at the final stage.

The sites in the Catalogs are sorted/rearranged in various ways.
Site code is kept for each site and has the hyperlinks to jump to read the individual site description.

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I think I have answered to almost all your questions.

The biggest question is to find the Country/Region Editor for Russian speaking people. We should have multiple Country/Region Editors.

Best wishes, Toru

 


 

 Q: Michael Orloff (Germany) ==> Toru Nakagawa     Jul. 19, 2019     Q: Table of Sites

Dear Toru, check please beginning of the table 1. Is it OK?
And it would be better to correct something from the very beginning because this all is a very big work :((
Michael

 

 A: Michael Orloff (Germany) <== Toru Nakagawa     Jul. 19, 2019      A: Table of Recommended TRIZ-related sites

Dear Michael, Thank you for your working for the Russian sites.

I think you are trying to do the work of the 3rd stage even though you are at the first stage.

I copied initial part of your data into the Form for the first stage. See the Excel file.

The data to be shown here at this stage may be simpler.
The items not shown in this table are to be described by the site owners. You should ask them to fill in the Site description Form.

Best wishes, Toru


 

 Q: Michael Orloff (Germany) ==> Toru Nakagawa     Jul. 19, 2019    C:  Table of Selected Sites (in a combined format)

Dear Toru, I have a doubt to do such work in the future twice or more with filling of 1-st stage of table, 2-nd, 3-rd etc.

I propose to combine now two column for "Owner" and "E-mail" in one more full table if it will be possible to find and ask each owner through the contacts at the web-sites to send us their right e-address.
Look please at my new version of the Table 1.
I plan to send immediately to each web-site next line e.g.

02

OTSM by Nikolai Khomenko

https://otsm-triz.org

Owner:

?

Email:

 ?

By

Ru, En

a, c

Public

The site is dedicated to the work of the Master of TRIZ, the author of the General Theory of Strong Thinking (OTSM) Nikolai Nikolaevich Khomenko (1954-2011). The works from the archive of Nikolai Khomenko (articles, presentations, audio and video materials) in Russian and English are published here.

 

Michael Orloff, 17 July, 2019

and to ask them to fill in the table the columns of "Owner" and "E-mail" and to fill the manuscript about their web-site to participate in WTSP similar to my own manuscript as an example.
And to do it as soon as possible for one week maybe.
Best to you, Michael

 A: Michael Orloff (Germany) <== Toru Nakagawa     Jul. 19, 2019      A:  OK, Go ahead.

Dear Michael, I understand your points.
Please go ahead as you think best for your situations.
Thanks. Toru

 Michael Orloff (Germany) ==> Toru Nakagawa     Jul. 20, 2019      C:  Have sent the Table to the site owners

Dear Toru, today early morning I realized full mailing to all the web-sites from my list.
First answers is coming already.
Best to you, Michael


 

 Q: Michael Orloff (Germany) ==> Toru Nakagawa     Jul. 22, 2019      Q: A List of Sites in Japan written in English ?

Dear Toru, do you have such table (below) as for Japanese web-sites but for all the English sites?

Best to you, Michael

 A: Michael Orloff (Germany) <== Toru Nakagawa     Jul. 22, 2019      A: No.  Just sort the Table in respect to the Language.

Dear Michael, I don't have.
We should sort the files of this table with respect to the Language column. You can have sites of "jp, en" easily.
Best wishes, Toru

 


 

  "TRIZ Home Page in Japan" Updated (Jul. 25, 2019)

Updated:  WTSP Mails and Letters: Jun. 2019 
Updated:  (A6-A) Current Working Manuscripts of WTSP Catalogs 
Short Summary of WTSP Practice Guide (Toru Nakagawa)
Survey (3C) of TRIZ-related Sites in a wider scope with the keywords: Innovation (Process OR Strategy OR ...)  (Toru Nakagawa) 

 


 

  "TRIZ Home Page in Japan" Updated (Aug. 4, 2019) ;  Abstracts in Japanese pages (Aug. 8, 2019)

WTSP Working Material: Flat Table of TRIZ sites Written in Russian Language in the world (Michael Orloff)
World WTSP Catalogs: Source Documents of the World WTSP Catalogs (Toru Nakagawa)
World WTSP Catalogs: World WTSP Catalogs Top Page (Toru Nakagawa)
World WTSP Catalogs: World TRIZ Basic Index (Toru Nakagawa)


 

 Q: Shireen Al - Jaouni (Palestine) ==> Toru Nakagawa   Aug. 7, 2019    Q:  Sites in the Middle East ?

Dear Sir;   First of all, I would like to express my sincere appreciation to the effort for preparing and organizing this informative World WTSP Catalog to form a platform for networking, exchange of lessons learnt and best practices of TRIZ.

I checked the catalog but I don't find the sites located in the Middle East especially Palestine.  I do appreciate it if you provide me the links if I missed them.

Your continuous supporting and cooperation will be highly appreciated;
Together ! Connected !!
Best Regards;     Shireen Al - Jaouni, MSc., PMP

A: Shireen Al - Jaouni (Palestine) <== Toru Nakagawa    Aug. 7, 2019     A:  Results of Preliminary Search:  55 sites in the Arabic language

Dear Shireen, Thank you for your warm message.

Please check the early page of Preliminary Internet Searches for each country/region, at .
I am not sure whether your people speak Arabic language, but 55 sites are detected in a search and its output is documented fully in a .docx file .

Best wishes, Toru

 


 

 Q: Tim Schweitzer (USA) ==> Toru Nakagawa   Aug. 21, 2019     Q:  Login account to the WTSP Bitrix24 platform

Do I need an account set up to login to this site? I do not have a bitrix24 account.    trizsites.bitrix24.com
Thanks, Tim

A: Tim Schweitzer <== Toru Nakagawa    Aug. 22, 2019        A:  Current situation of the WTSP Bitrix24 Platform

Dear Tim,     Yes, please set up your account to login to the trizsites.birix24.com site.
Your account set up will be accepted automatically. You can use the site freely in a way as I wrote in my Web site.

However, for these several months I do not have time to keep the documents in this site up-to-date.
For a time being probably till November, I will post and update all the new information in my Web site.
Best wishes, Toru

 Q: Tim Schweitzer (USA) ==> Toru Nakagawa   Aug. 23, 2019       Q:  Invitation to Login account

Toru,    I think I need an invitation to login. It won't let me create an account.

This is what they wrote to me:

Hi Tim! Yes, you need to be invited first and then create Bitrix24.Network account.
All instructions should be in the invitation email.

A: Tim Schweitzer <== Toru Nakagawa    Aug. 23, 2019        A:  (Become a Member, and then) Open the platform account with a special URL

Dear Tim,   The instructions for creating an account is written in the page :

(A2) Organization of WTSP (World TRIZ Sites Project)
Joining as a Member

(2) (If you like,) Please access to our Bitrix24 platform and open your User Account for yourself.

We use the Bitrix24 groupware system in Cloud, which is publicly accessible with URL: https://www.bitrix24.com/
Since we work in its Standard Cloud Plan, unlimited number of users can join without any fee, and up to 100 GB of storage is available in Cloud, i.e. you may access it from any of your device and at any location.
It has user-friendly GUI, instructions and help information, a very rich series of instruction videos, efficient technical support with online chat, etc.

For opening your User Account at our platform, please access with a specific URL:  https://trizsites.bitrix24.com/?secret=i3D0UmhU

Input your profile for the Bitrix24 System; then you are accepted as a User of Bitrix24 System and specifically belong to our WTSP Project, which is treated as 'TRIZSites.bitrix24.com' department.
Your joining will be announced (inside the platform) to all the Members, automatically.

--- Maybe I should add this note in the '(A3) Platform' page.

Hope you find the Bitrix24 platform useful for cooperative work in our WTSP project.
Best wishes, Toru

 

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HP Update Jul. 14

M. Orloff Q1

M. Orloff Q2

M. Orloff Q3

M. Orloff Q4

HP Update Jul. 25

HP Update Aug. 4

S. Al-Jaouni

T. Schweitzer

 

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