Hi all, I know that what I'm about to ask is less than ideal on so many levels, but please don't offer me a lecture as I have no control over the circumstances.
A past client has been asked to put together of list of questions that a non-technical panel could use to evaluate applicants for a position that involves the creation and maintenance of structured FrameMaker documents. Obviously, they have to have a reasonably quantifiably correct answer for a non-technical panel be have any hope of making an assessment, so does anyone have any suggestions for questions? I'd happily repost what I send him if anything comes of it. This is the approach that they will take, so there's no point in telling me that the panel's not fit to make the decision - I know that already. All I'm trying to do is to make sure that they don't get suckered by someone who's going to try to learn on the job. Any suggestions for questions are welcome. Please mail me directly as well as the list, as I'm on the digest and the answers were really needed yesterday, of course... ;-) Thanks for any assistance, Marcus Carr