At GLHN I was approached by one of the Revit Techs on how he could help in the Revit optimization process. This gentlemen has a depth of knowledge of previous projects and content location that is invaluable. As such I suggested he create a spreadsheet that indentified the subject content and its location on the server.
I didn't want to drive this content directly into the new Revit library we were creating without vetting it for appropriate attributes. Specifically we want to:
> make sure it had the proper shared parameters so the new schedules could read its data and populate the
> categorize it based on the Masterformat spec number which drives the structure of our Library so we could
properly locate it within the Revit Library for future retrieval.
> review it for additional informational content.
This filtering and alignment of content going into the Revit Library is an essential quality control process that must continually occur.