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Subject: Re: [emergency-cap] Powerpoint slide for CAP Workshop


In addition to changing paths/expiration, I would add variations in timing and amounts/intensity of weather elements across the alert area.


On 7/29/2016 2:46 PM, David Askov wrote:

Hi Rex,


I think your second bullet somewhat touches on it, but I’d recommend we say something specifically about severity zones. The tsunami example I sent had two info blocks for different ranges of coastal amplitude. Although the responseType was the same for both, the severity and instruction differed.


Sorry I missed the meeting today. It’s at 7am in Hawaii, and I forgot to set a reminder for last night.


Thanks, David


DAVID ASKOV | PACIFIC DISASTER CENTER 808.891.7937 | daskov@pdc.org


From: emergency-cap@lists.oasis-open.org [mailto:emergency-cap@lists.oasis-open.org] On Behalf Of rexbroo
Sent: Friday, July 29, 2016 07:41
To: emergency-cap@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: [emergency-cap] Powerpoint slide for CAP Workshop


Hi Everyone,

Here are the bullet points so far for the slide to use to gaining feedback on the issue of multile info blocks in CAP in the CAP Workshop.

  • What are the uses of Multiple Info Blocks?
    • Multiple languages,
    • Multiple Geographic areas (such as changing paths/expiration of severe storms per area—tornadoes; Protective Action Recommendation per geozone for toxic/hazardous releases—shelter in place v. evacuation--where speed of alerting is imperative)
    • please replace this bullet with more multiple info block usages


Rex Brooks
Starbourne Communications Design
Email: rexb@starbourne.com
1361 Addison St. Apt. A
Berkeley, CA 94702
Phone: 510-898-0670 

fn:Mike Gerber
org:National Weather Service;Office of Dissemination
title:Program Analyst

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