constraint: In the context of planning, a requirement that restricts freedom of action. It is always good to know what your constraints are.
course of action: (COA) A sequenced scheme developed to accomplish a mission.
evolution: The process of evolving, developing, or working out in detail, what is implicitly or potentially contained in an idea or principle; the development of a design, argument, et cetera.; 2 A tactical movement. // Unlike phases, which are not ends in themselves, evolutions are independent, self-contained projects.
invoice: a record that tracks time and costs of an evolution of a project in a defined timebox (typically a month).
material: 1. the substance of which a thing is made or composed.
materiel: 1. the aggregate of things used or needed in any business, undertaking, or operation (distinguished from personnel). 2. Things needed for a task, journey, or other purpose.
mission: The project or task, together with the purpose, that clearly indicates the action to be taken and the reason why.
objective: 1. The clearly defined, decisive, and attainable goal toward which every project is directed.
project: (or operation) a collection of projects, evolutions, missions, tasks, or actions that has a common purpose or unifying theme. Projects can have component projects or be part of other projects. Projects are broken into evolutions IOT accomplish the mission.
resource: Anything (physical or virtual) used in mission accomplishment.
standing operating procedure: (SOP) A set of instructions covering features of operations which lend themselves to a definite or standardized procedure without loss of effectiveness. The SOP is applicable unless otherwise stated.
tactical: adjective of, relating to, or constituting an action or strategy, carefully planned to achieve a specific end.
web design specific
block: a standardized element that can be used to create part of a section.
section: a horizontally spanning standardized design element.
section stack: A »section stack« is DeMeyere® terminology for the way an HTML page is built by stacking
<section> elements on top of each other. Each
<section> can be worked on and targeted individually. (header section, nav section, content section, footer section...)
|AAR||After Action Review|
|ARM||asset recovery mission|
|DOG||DeMeyere operational graphic|
|DOM||DeMeyere operational manual|
|EOD||end of day|
|EOM||end of month|
|EOY||end of year|
|FAQ||Frequently (asked or answered) questions|
|FTX||Field Training Exercise|
|IOT||In Order To|
|Portable Data File|
|POC||Point of Contact|
|SOP||Standing Operating Procedure|
|TACSOP||Tactical Standing Operating Procedure|
|TL;DR||Too Long; Didn't Read|