Community Wiki Support Meeting 10 October 2013Edit This Page

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Purpose of the meeting

Improve the Wiki

  • Forge solutions with other community contributors.
  • Share best practices, ideas, and content.
  • Discuss current issues, community matters, and strategies.
  • Move issues to decision.



Contents

Kudos go to ...

  • Rorie for great work with new missionaries and as Missionary Leader
  • Lee for all the help and effort.
  • Charles for adding sidebars

Priority items for this meeting:

Each member of the team will be assigned a locality on the Wiki to review to access needs and other information:

  •  moderator needed
  • strong contributors if no moderator
  • page needs
  • current adopter
  1. Please choose an area in blue, those not chosen will be assigned.
  2. Add appropriate pages beneath localities in blue in alphabetical order
  3. Begin to review localities and complete spreadsheet

Updates and follow up

  • Needed training:  Namespaces, input about what training is wanted
  • Maintenance Report - Sandra
    Working on FS Wiki external link page.  Preparing for group discussion.
  • Tech updates- Lee

New Helper Function is live on FamilySearch

  • Charles will help with sidebar articles
  • Review articles on categories

Patrolling and Amdocs Review

  • Did you see anything while patrolling this past week that would be interesting to discuss with the team?
      Sandra worked on categories for Spain (20 pages). Make sure there are categories while patrolling and they are not red.  Put the next category up so they will be connected.
  • Wilma is checking sidebars for US.
  • Templates being put on for county pages in England (Somerset, Wiltshire). 

Thank you for working on recent changes and collaborating together. It helps us to

  1. See what is being touched.
  2. Catch potenial attacks

Assignments

  • What did you learn this week that you want to share?
  • What do you need help with?
  • Do you have questions or suggestions regarding others are working on?


Team Member Support Assignments Content Project
Blake Volunteers, Overviews, Graphics
Charles Non-English wiki, FHC Pages Thurston County - FHL Catalog, York County
The Boss

LaVera Welcoming Committee new people, Forum Transfer down Help pages project-slow but steady.
Lee Developing Training - Non-English, Tech Non-English, Tech Training, SF Development
Linda New Volunteer Training New Hampshire, Coos County towns
Mark Volunteers England Articles
Myra
Rick Volunteers
Robin Volunteers, Moderators, Training Lessons for New Volunteers
South Carolina Moderator, contributing to African American Research and Columbia, South Carolina
Rorie New Missionary Training, Special Projects Idaho & Native American Moderator
Sandra Maintenance

Training

Improve the Wiki


  • The following assignments will be placed on the talk page of a new contributor. The pages that these instructions link to will be edited to make sure they are easy for a new contributor to follow and contain information needed.

New Contributor Assignments

  1. Create your user page
  2. Create your sandbox page
  3. Join the Community (meetings, Yammer, Skype)
  4. Talk to another contributor - look at a page you would like to add to. Click the History tab. 
  5. Add a volunteer userbox.
  6. Set your preferences.
  7. Watch your favorite pages (see Tracking changes).

Wiki Project


 

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