Friday Nov 13, 2009

New jcp.org enhncements available

The JCP program office is excited to announce an upgrade to the recently launched jcp.org web site. After the community's web home was completely overhauled and released in June 2009, work continued behind the scenes to add to, enhance, and fix its functionality and usefulness. Members of the PMO serve as the project team to define and complete the work.

The JCP program user community has been helpful in offering feedback on the web site. Many of the new features and bug fixes were originally suggested or identified by users. Some of those implementations will be immediately obvious. For example, all of the wikis and boards now include a way for users to give their quick opinion of the content by awarding each item with a rating, by selecting a certain number of stars. In addition, all of the public discussion boards and wikis include RSS buttons to enable a user to subscribe to updates of that content. Due to security settings and requirements of browsers, this RSS feed feature works only if SSL is enabled. For example, the RSS feature does work with the Firefox browser.

Check it out and send us feedback.  If you haven't registered for jcp.org, go here--it's easy, free, and enables you to participate more fully on jcp.org.


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