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Technical Documentation License Agreement (Standard) READ THIS! This is a legal agreement between Microsoft Corporation (“Microsoft”) and the recipient of these materials, whether an individual or an entity (“You”). BY ACCESSING, USING OR PROVIDING FEEDBACK ON THE ATTACHED MATERIALS (“Materials”), YOU AGREE TO THESE TERMS. 1.You may review these Materials only (a) as a reference to assist You in planning and designing Your product, service or technology (“Product”) to interface with a Microsoft Product as described in these Materials; and (b) to provide feedback on these Materials to Microsoft. All other rights are retained by Microsoft; this agreement does not give You rights under any Microsoft patents. You may not (i) duplicate any part of these Materials, (ii) remove this agreement or any notices from these Materials, or (iii) give any part of these Materials, or assign or otherwise provide Your rights under this agreement, to anyone else. 2.These Materials may contain preliminary information or inaccuracies, and may not correctly represent any associated Microsoft Product as commercially released. All Materials are provided entirely “AS IS.” To the extent permitted by law, MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, DISCLAIMS ALL EXPRESS, IMPLIED AND STATUTORY WARRANTIES, AND ASSUMES NO LIABILITY TO YOU FOR ANY DAMAGES OF ANY TYPE IN CONNECTION WITH THESE MATERIALS OR ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN THEM. 3.If You are an entity and (a) merge into another entity or (b) a controlling ownership interest in You changes, Your right to use these Materials automatically terminates and You must destroy them. 4.You have no obligation to give Microsoft any suggestions, comments or other feedback (“Feedback”) relating to these Materials. However, any Feedback you voluntarily provide may be used in Microsoft Products and related specifications or other documentation (collectively, “Microsoft Offerings”) which in turn may be relied upon by other third parties to develop their own Products. Accordingly, if You do give Microsoft Feedback on any version of these Materials or the Microsoft Offerings to which they apply, You agree: (a) Microsoft may freely use, reproduce, license, distribute, and otherwise commercialize Your Feedback in any Microsoft Offering; (b) You also grant third parties, without charge, only those patent rights necessary to enable other Products to use or interface with any specific parts of a Microsoft Product that incorporate Your Feedback; and (c) You will not give Microsoft any Feedback (i) that You have reason to believe is subject to any patent, copyright or other intellectual property claim or right of any third party; or (ii) subject to license terms which seek to require any Microsoft Offering incorporating or derived from such Feedback, or other Microsoft intellectual property, to be licensed to or otherwise shared with any third party. 5.Microsoft has no obligation to maintain confidentiality of any Microsoft Offering. 6.This agreement is governed by the laws of the State of Washington. Any dispute involving it must be brought in the federal or state superior courts located in King County, Washington, and You waive any defenses allowing the dispute to be litigated elsewhere. If there is litigation, the losing party must pay the other party’s reasonable attorneys’ fees, costs and other expenses. If any part of this agreement is unenforceable, it will be considered modified to the extent necessary to make it enforceable, and the remainder shall continue in effect. This agreement is the entire agreement between You and Microsoft concerning these Materials; it may be changed only by a written document signed by both You and Microsoft. LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 2
Contents Key Objective Current Feature List Minimum Requirements Current Limitations Using LogoPoint Timeline Future Plans Action Items 3 LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation
Key Objective Innovative workflow management tool Helps in creation, organization and management of Hardware Logo requirements Partners can review and contribute feedback to all Logo requirements and policies in one location Helps partners focus on better product design by providing intuitive query based access to the Logo requirements LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation4
Current Feature List From the LogoPoint Dashboard users can: Review Logo Requirements Provide feedback on Logo requirements View Feedback Exporting to Excel: Any requirements or feedback list can be exported to Excel. Users can view requirements in a number of ways: From the Dashboard on the home page From the Search Requirements page From any Feedback List LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 5
Current Feature List Continued Users can Search on various fields: Period – Year the requirement goes into effect (Effective Date) OS – Client or Server Group – Logical groupings of requirements such as ‘Audio Devices’ Form Factor – Description of type of system such as ‘Desktop’ Attributes – Specific properties within each Group such as ‘Audio-Fidelity’ Requirement ID – ID that uniquely identifies a Logo requirement LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 6
Minimum Requirements Operating system: Microsoft Windows XP or later Internet Browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or later Winqual User Account It’s recommended that you have administrative privileges on the machine you are using to access Winqual LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 7
Current Limitations Bulk upload of feedback not yet supported Expect to introduce as a feature later Available only in English Will plan on localization based on Winqual schedule Limited export functionality Export to Excel is available Export to Word or PDF document is not yet available LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 8
Using LogoPoint Download and review the LogoPoint training videoLogoPoint training If the Winqual or LogoPoint site is unavailable in the future, please notify Winqual Support Winqual@microsoft.com The following slides provide guidance on using LogoPoint and providing feedback with the tool LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 9
Winqual Login LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 10 Login to Winqual using Member Sign In.
LogoPoint Home LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 11 Navigate to the LogoPoint Home page.
LogoPoint Dashboard LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 12 This area allows you to navigate LogoPoint and will have additional content in future releases. Winqual Help is being updated to include a section for LogoPoint Help. Message center for LogoPoint. If necessary additional announcements will be post here. The ‘Requirements’ section includes results for all requirements that are approved for external release. The ‘Legend’ is dynamic and can be modified with the internal facing tool to expose new form factors. The ‘Feedback’ section allows you to view Feedback submitted by your organization and the Feedback that you provided.
Requirement Summary LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 13 To view requirements for a given technology area such as Graphics Devices, first navigate to a that row. Next navigate to the column that includes the logo level and Form Factor. Select the intersection to view applicable requirements.
Feedback Summary LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 14 ‘Logo Team Review’ column indicates Feedback that has been submitted by your company and is currently pending Logo team review. ‘Requirement Owner Review’ column indicates Feedback that has been submitted by your company and is currently pending review by the owner of the requirement. ‘Closed’ column indicates Feedback that has been reviewed and closed by both you and Microsoft. ‘Pending Partner’ column indicates Feedback that has been submitted by your company, has been reviewed by Microsoft and is currently pending additional comments by the submitter of the Feedback.
Search Requirements LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 15 ‘Feedback’ column indicates if Feedback has been submitted for this requirement. ‘Requirement ID’ allows you to easily locate and open requirements for review. ‘Title’ column shows the first 50 characters of the requirement title. ‘Form Factor’ column indicates which logo category and form factors that the requirement applies to. ‘Group’ column indicates which major group that the requirement applies to. ‘Publish On’ column indicates the date and time that the requirement was approved for external release. Results Filter allows you to search Feedback using one or multiple fields.
View Requirements LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 16 ‘Requirement’ is based on the requirement format that was used in the WLP. This section is referred to as the header. ‘Details’ section includes information on how to meet the requirement. ‘Other Details’ is a new section which has been added to identify Process Architecture that the requirement applies to and Attributes that will be used to query requirements with. Select ‘ View Feedback’ to see your companies feedback on this requirement.Select ‘Create Feedback’ to go directly to the Feedback form.
View Feedback LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 17 ‘Feedback ID’ is an integer value used to uniquely ID feedback items. ‘Feedback’ column includes the first 50 characters from a feedback entry. ‘Response’ column includes first 50 characters from Microsoft responses. ‘Status’ column indicates where the Feedback is at in the feedback process. ‘Submitted By’ column indicates who the user is that submitted the Feedback. ‘Requirement ID’ column indicates which requirement or policy that the Feedback was submitted against. Results Filter allows you to search Feedback using one or multiple fields.
Create Feedback LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 18 Click ‘Submit’ to insert feedback. Add e-mail addresses that you would like automated notifications to be sent to regarding this feedback entry. When creating feedback on requirements or policies, select the ID from the dropdown. Add your feedback to this text field. It will be reviewed when submitted. ‘Feedback Type’ is a placeholder field that will be used to categorize feedback.
Update Feedback LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 19 While Feedback Status is set to Logo Team Review new Feedback cannot be added. This message indicates that feedback was submitted successfully.
Timeline Release LogoPoint V1.0 Now – March 2007 Review Summary of Feedback from V1.0 release May 2007 Release LogoPoint V2.0 Q3 Calendar Year 2007 Release LogoPoint V2.1 Q4 Calendar Year 2007 This schedule is provided for your reference and includes the milestones that will be used to build the feature set for the next releases of LogoPoint. 20 LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation
Future Plans Future Features: LogoPoint Help Documentation Ability to parse feedback Generate Documentation from LogoPoint LogoPoint is the default communication tool for: Logo Policies Logo Requirements Contingency requests email@example.com@microsoft.com will be retired shortly LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 21
Call to Action This is your chance to have an impact on the next release of LogoPoint which will be used for all partner collaboration efforts regarding the Logo program moving forward. Use LogoPoint for all your Logo related collaboration with Microsoft No more emails to firstname.lastname@example.org, which will be retired email@example.com Set aside at least 1-2 hours to become familiar with the tool: Navigate requirements Use the search functionality Provide feedback: What is useful? What is not useful? What additional features or functionality would be helpful? How can LogoPoint be extended to benefit you to meet your business needs? LogoPoint Introduction - Microsoft Corporation 22