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Introduce new members
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Updates and follow up
- Maintenance report - Sandra
- Evaluation of goals set from previous meetings:
- Blogs to follow, etc. - Lee ( Mailto: )
- Patrolling - Recent Changes
- Look at more than the Talk pages - Sandra saw a lot of information boxes being added, as well as large edits. English and Scottish pages are being worked on quite a bit. Many needed categorization.
- Looking at recent changes can help us see how we can work with the priorities below.
- We can see who is making a lot of contributions
- We can help new users create talk pages
- Watch for contributors with a lot of edits and then give them some kind of award as they cross certain thresholds
- Welcoming/helping new volunteers
- Usability of the Wiki for researchers - maintenance
- Supporting existing volunteers
- Recruiting volunteers
- Supporting International Wikis
- Family History Center Locator - Site links being changed to the wiki
Improve the Wiki
- Nav bar intro's
- Uploading and documenting images
Priority items for this meeting:
- Goal for this item:
- Steps to achieve this goal:
- Assignments and dates of completion:
- Evaluation date:
- Volunteer project - we have had 9 people respond to our volunteer form. We will need missionary help to give these people some basic editing training when they respond with times that are good for them. They vary in their experience with the Wiki.
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