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FamilySearch Wiki                            Easy Access Series



First responsibility: Contributor CommunityPriority one: Support existing volunteersAlways work to improve the WikiGuidelines for: behavior, content, style, editing, & organizationAccess "Team Activities" through a second hub pageVolunteer to "Build a better Wiki"Consensus strives toward the truthWiki history and objectivesSupport holds it all together     (click here to go to the Wiki Home Page)HubWikiSupport1.jpg




The "Easy Access Series" of articles provides a focused approach (a hub)
to find a number of wiki pages related to a specific topic.




This page provides access to a knowledge base that is pertinent to the Wiki Support group and includes background information about the wiki and the support function designed to maintain the wiki and help its communities.


Also provided are the links to volunteer opportunities available to all of the Research Wiki readers and references to how this wiki is to be governed by the community in conjunction with the wiki's current policies and guidelines.

Finally, access to another hub (The Support Team) provides information that pertains to the actual responsibilities of the support personnel.



Build a Better Wiki

Whether you like to be at the head of the parade twirling the baton or prefer to remain in the background building the floats,
all volunteers are welcome

A full listing can be found by clicking here






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Have comments or fixes to report
Use Feedback. the talk page or submit form
Your voice is important to us




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Wiki Communities

Options for Volunteers
Use the submit form, if preferred

Add content: big or small
Create a new article
Improve an article’s content/style
Suggest a new article
Expand an article
Translate an article
Update/add links to articles

Take part in 'Wiki'Care
Help with Wiki Support
Create a “Help” article
Mark a stub article
Categorize articles/photos
Become a moderator
Patrol the Wiki
Add your input to meeting discussions
Join the Welcoming committee
Assist with training
Become a mentor

Get involved in Team Projects
Adopt a page
Select an active project
Suggest/build a project
Watch for “barn raising” projects

Whether you like to be at the head of the parade twirling the baton or prefer to remain in the background building the floats,
all volunteers are welcome
A full listing can be found by clicking here




Becoming an editor

Options for Volunteers
Use the submit form, if preferred

Add content: big or small
Create a new article
Improve an article’s content/style
Suggest a new article
Expand an article
Translate an article
Update/add links to articles

Take part in 'Wiki'Care
Help with Wiki Support
Create a “Help” article
Mark a stub article
Categorize articles/photos
Become a moderator
Patrol the Wiki
Add your input to meeting discussions
Join the Welcoming committee
Assist with training
Become a mentor

Get involved in Team Projects
Adopt a page
Select an active project
Suggest/build a project
Watch for “barn raising” projects

Whether you like to be at the head of the parade twirling the baton or prefer to remain in the background building the floats,
all volunteers are welcome
A full listing can be found by clicking here














this is a proposed table that could be added to the initial "submit" page. This is just speculation at this point as the forms do not currently exist.



A variety of forms are available to assist you (click image)

These forms are intended for use by those who do not
have editing access or have limited editing experience.

Project forms should also have direct access from the project itself.

  
Fix minor issues
  
Improve an article
  
Need help fast
  
Help with projects
Use this form to submit "fix it" information about

1. broken links
2. misspellings
3. typos
4. grammar
5. confusing statements.
Use this form to add content, citations, or updates related to a specific article

This information may be added to the talk page.
Use this area to access the Wiki Support Team for issues requiring immediate attention.

Code of conduct violations
Use this area to access forms for adding content information to various projects.

Country projects
State projects
County projects
Specialty projects



Question: Should these links be "external" as to force a new tab window (side by side)?


Possible checklist of "Code of Conduct" violations (for support group form)

  • Offensive language or Images
  • Corrupt links (viruses, immoral sites, commercial sites, etc)
  • Neutrality issue
  • False or misleading information
  • Personal information displayed
  • Vandalism (Damaged article or pages)
  • Copyright infringement
  • Libelous statements



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Have comments or fixes to report
Use the "talk" page or "submit" form
Your voice is important to us



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Have comments or fixes to report
Use the "talk" page or "submit" form
Your voice is important to us


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Note: Currently, all the bullet links are active except for "The Support Team" which is under construction (currently goes to “Beginners First Step” as a temporary set point). The center image links to the Wiki Home Page (Main_Page). The “HubSupportTeam” template can be found in User:Lindachappell/Sandbox.

DONE done DONE done DONE done DONE

Note: the best page to link to the image bullet will be determined and then a table of related links will be made and attached to the bottom of that linked article.  Will also add a "highlight box" to the article to give the option of jumping to the related links.  May even play with an "article summary" table,





Contents

What is Wiki Support

This page is done

FamilySearch Wiki:Wiki Support/Foundation  Image map link


Support Role

This page is done (the three links at bottom did do not fit with this page - check for other locations)

FamilySearch Wiki:Wiki Support/Responsibilities and Projects  Image map link

FamilySearch Wiki:Contributor assistance
FamilySearch Wiki:Third opinion
FamilySearch Wiki:Mediation Committee


Wiki Policies

This section is done.  Have moved the highlight box and table to the article.  Note: The article has apparently been translated, does this addition create a problem?

Use the “Policy Links” at the end of the Contents Box to access specific policies.

 

Research Wiki Policy links
Type Links Description start
Article (not a policy)
Policies
List with descriptions
1
Article (not a policy)
Policies/Proposed enhancements
Ongoing development of policies
2
Article (not a policy)
Policies/Noticeboard
A notification listing (not fully developed)
3
General Policy
Conditions of Use
Terms of agreement for the use of this Wiki
4
General Policy
Privacy Policy
FamilySearch.org privacy policy
5
General Policy
Editing
Use "talk" pages and templates if necessary
6
General Policy
Bots provisions
Prior consent is required for use
7
General Policy
Policy Changes or Additions
Steps for proposal of new policies
8
Article standards Policy
Neutral point of view
Flag questionable neutrality with templates
9
Article standards Policy
Verifiable
Mark statements that require citations
10
Article standards Policy
Page or article naming
Avoid ambiguous words and phrases
11
Article standards Policy
Purpose and Appropriate Topics
What this Research Wiki is not
12
Article standards Policy
Deletion Process
Controversial pages should be flagged
13
Article standards Policy
The Un-Portal Page
Portal pages are no longer approved for use
14
Behavioral Policy
Civility and Polite Discourse
Unacceptable behavior should be reported
15
Behavioral Policy
Avoid Edit Wars
Don't fight over competing viewpoints
16
Behavioral Policy
No personal attacks
Personal attacks damage the community
17
Behavioral Policy
Avoid legal threats
Administrators will respond to violations
18
Behavioral Policy
Ownership of articles
Relinquish ownership when an article is done
19
Behavioral Policy
Vandalism
Report spam, blanking, and other modifications
20
Behavioral Policy
Attack pages
Warnings and discipline could result
21
Legal Policy
Copyrights
Written permission is required for copyright materials
22
Legal Policy
Image use
Must be appropriate and subject to Creative Commons
23
Legal Policy
Libel
Immediately report to administrators
24
Legal Policy
Creative Commons image use
Standardized way to grant copyright permission
25
Enforcement Policy
Blocking and Banning
Failure to comply to policy or conditions of use
26
Enforcement Policy
Arbitration
Handle disputes involving user conduct
27
Enforcement Policy
Dispute resolution
Seek help, mediation steps, arbitration
28
Enforcement Policy
Mediation
Can be requested for disputes over article content
29
Enforcement Policy
Formal Mediation Policy
Formal agreement for parties to accept
30
Enforcement Policy
Mediation Committee
Resolves good faith disputes about content
31
Editing Policy
Linking
Do not display full URL if at all possible
32
Editing Policy
Sandbox policy
Sandbox has fewer rules and policies
33
Organizational Policy
New Common Taxonomy
Consistent approach to help navigate topics
34
Category
Category:Policy proposals
Pages that propose a new policy
35
Category
Category:FamilySearch Wiki policy
Category list of policy pages
36
Template
Template:Policies and guidelines
Template for "Polices and guideline"
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Guiding Principles

This page is done and highlight box and table have been transfered to the Guiding Principles article

Use the “Guideline Links” at the end of the Contents Box to access a table listing specific guidelines and related articles.


Research Wiki Guidelines and miscellaneous links
Type Links Description start
General (Article)
Guiding_Principles
Free, Verifiable, Neutral, Spam free, Code of Conduct, and Be BOLD
1
General (Article)
Consensus
Defined as: first, general agreement, and second, group solidarity of belief
2
General (Article)
Manual of Style
A set of standards for the design and writing of wiki articles
3
General (Article)
Transforming a Style Idea to a Manual of Style Guideline
Procedure to try to transform your idea into a site-wide guideline
4
Behavioral guideline
Assume good faith
Be civil and follow dispute resolution processes, rather than attacking contributors or edit warring with them
5
Behavioral guideline
Etiquette Guidelines
Principles of etiquette or "Wikiquette", on how to work with others on the Wiki
6
Behavioral guideline
Be kind to newcomers
Most newcomers are not familiar with the policies or guiding principles so respectfully instruct them
7
Behavioral guideline
Digital Coups
Don’t try to win an edit war by bringing in allies or by enlisting friends to create the illusion of support.
8
Behavioral (Article)
Tips to avoid disputes
To prevent an edit war, both contributors should use civilized discussion
9
Behavioral (Article)
Talk to each other
The negotiation process will remain transparent by recording the entire conversation on the article "talk" page
10
Behavioral (Article)
Contributor assistance
Contributor assistance can be sought by listing a dispute through an edit to this site
11
Behavioral (Article)
Mediation Requests
If you are experiencing an editing conflict, you can submit the issue here so that it will be mediated
12
Content guideline
Proper Content
Just because you can publish something widely doesn’t mean you should if it is not relevant
13
Content guideline
Proven techniques
When sharing research information avoid unproven techniques. If you have not tried it then do not share it
14
Content guideline
Source Citation Formats
The first contributor to add a reference to an article sets the style for that article.
15
Content guideline
Link, don’t copy
It is far better to add a brief quote or summary and then link to the public domain source material
16
Content guideline
Biographies
Biographies of individuals, whether living or deceased, are not allowed (except as an short example)
17
Content guideline
Syllabuses
An article that covers a syllabus should remain as given, a new article can be created with the latest information
18
Content (Article)
Accuracy and collaboration
Wiki content authoring isn’t about command and control; it’s about the merit of ideas. We are smarter than me
19
Organizational (Proposal)
Categorization
Proposal: The categories used should reflect where users are most likely to look if they can't remember the article name
20
Organizational guideline
Category deletion
Categories that do not follow naming conventions can be immediately renamed and deleted after moving articles
21
Organizational guideline
Disambiguation
Process of resolving conflicts when a single term can be associated with more than one topic
22
Editing guideline
Signatures
Talk pages should be signed to aid discussions: articles should not be signed because they are shared work
23
Editing guideline
User ID
It is best to choose a neutral, non-controversial name. No obscene or profane names are allowed.
24
Editing guideline
Talk page guidelines
A space for editors to discuss improvements to articles and other pages using courtesy and consideration
25
Editing guideline
Three-revert rule
Do not revert any page or any part of a page more than 3 times in 24 hours or involvement by an administrator may result
26
Editing guideline
User page
Your user page is not a personal website and should only be used for Wiki related content
27
Style Guideline
Article or page size
Article size should be determined by readability and organization (100K byte maximum per Wikipedia)
28
Style Guideline
Naming conventions
Best practices in naming articles, categories, images, files, and templates for this Wiki.
29
Style (Proposal)
Naming Conventions for Geographic Names
Proposed policy provides that article names should be chosen for the general reader, not for specialists
30
Category
Category:Style guidelines
Category listing
31
Template
Template:Policies and guidelines
Template of policies and guidelines
32






 





Guideline Proposals:


Articles:






The Support Center

Link to sub-hub page (sandboxHubSupportTeam1.jpg






Volunteers wanted


A link to a table listing of numerous
Opportunities for Volunteers
can be found in the Table of Contents.


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FamilySearch Wiki:Help wanted on the Wiki  Image map link


FamilySearch Wiki:Things you can do
FamilySearch Wiki:Wiki Support/Things to do
Help:Volunteer to help
Help:Wiki care and support
Help:Wiki trainers
Help:Moderators
FamilySearch Wiki:Contributor Support Committee
FamilySearch Wiki:Maintenance and Patrolling Committee
FamilySearch Wiki:Maintaining the Help Content Committee
Live Research Assistance:Interested in Volunteering?

Category:Wiki Maintenance participants
FamilySearch Wiki:WikiProjects Seeking Contributors
FamilySearch Wiki:WikiProject
FamilySearch Wiki:WikiProjects Seeking Contributors/Inactive
FamilySearch Wiki:WikiProject U.S. counties
Category:Roles in the FamilySearch Wiki (check links)
FamilySearch Wiki:Userboxes




Community governs

This section is complete as the highlight box and the table have been moved to the article.


The "Wikipedia Links" have been put into table format and
can be found near the end of the article or by clicking here.
Please add comments and descriptions after you read an article.












FamilySearch Wiki:How Community Governs Wikipedia  Image map link
(DONE: article needs revamp and finish links, will put the Wikipedia links + descriptions in a collapsable table)


These links are for reference and will not be added at this time (they are already present at various locations)
Category:Governance Team members
FamilySearch Wiki:Oversight
FamilySearch Wiki:Bureaucrats
FamilySearch Wiki:Moderator
FamilySearch Wiki:Reviewer
FamilySearch Wiki:Contributor assistance (how to list a dispute)
FamilySearch Wiki:Dispute resolution
FamilySearch Wiki:Administrators
FamilySearch Wiki:Maintenance Templates
FamilySearch Wiki:Community Meetings
FamilySearch Wiki:Contact us
FamilySearch Wiki:Cleanup (see links below)
Category:Deletion Requests

Category:ASAP Deletion Requests
Category:Neutrality disputes
Category:Outdated articles
Category:Outdated articles
Category:Copyright problems
Category:Ambiguous page title
Category:Ambiguous page title
Category:Articles needing citations
Category:All articles with unsourced statements
Category:Articles with dead external links

Category:All Articles with dead external links
Help:Assigning permissions
FamilySearch Wiki:Known Issues


About the Wiki

FamilySearch Wiki:Introduction  Image map link

The following links have bee added to the "Related Articles" section of the page above.
FamilySearch Wiki:About Us
FamilySearch Wiki:History of content organization, browsing, and categories
Help:Tour (Welcome to the Research Wiki)
Help:Contributor Help
Help:Keys to success using the Wiki










Volunteer to help

Submit Wiki Content Offer suggestions (Get Satisfaction) Notify Wiki department of Problems Help write page Help maintain page Get Involved


The Community Center

Category:Wiki community Moderators Adopters Community Council


Things to do

Category:Wiki community FamilySearch Wiki:Things you can do FamilySearch Wiki:Help wanted on the Wiki FamilySearch Wiki:Maintenance team work FamilySearch Wiki:Page Enhancement Committee - not current FamilySearch Wiki:Maintenance and Patrolling Committee - not current FamilySearch Wiki:WikiProjects Seeking Contributors Category: Volunteer (being updated)



The Support Center

Team Members (Google Doc - needs permission) Meetings Chart and links to Support work Team Member Assignments (Google Doc - needs permission)

FamilySearch Wiki:Wiki Support/To Do as Scheduled (Subheading)

About The Wiki






Take part in Wiki care

Help:Wiki care and support



This is the information I noted when going through the initial page (from the sidebar). You may want to add your specific list (Wiki Support Team, Schedules, Patrolling, Assignments, Team Task, How to, Volunteer, Fine Print) as a sub-hub off the main hub page in something like “Wiki Care”. This is just my casual observation (in other words I don’t know what I’m talking about) since I did not read everything in its entirety. I agree that there is some redundancy here and there and someday “they” could make a “project” out of updating and organizing this section (but they will probably leave that up to you).


1. What is Wiki Support (foundation)
    a. Vision
    b. Contributors Community
                1. Talk pages
                2. GetSatisfaction
                3. Meetings
                        i.  Support meetings
                        ii. Contributors meetings
                        iii. Tech meetings
                4. Yammer
    c. Help Content
                1. Researchers
                2. Contributors
                3. Maintenance
    d. Policies and Guidelines (several links each)
    e. Governance (Wikipedia)
    f. Disputes
    g. Patrolling and Maintenance (several links)
    h. International wikis

2. Current Support Work (Support Role?)
     a. Meetings
     b. Patrolling
                1. Review GS, Salesforce, Submit Wiki Content
                2. New pages
                3. Categories
                4. Talk pages
                5. Recent changes
     c. Schedule (talbe)
     d. Assigned projects
     e. Best practices
     f. Things to do
                1. Specific
                2. General
                3. Future

3. Volunteers
     a. Trainers
     b. Wiki care
     c. Contributors
     d. Moderators

4. Responsibilities
     a. Support volunteers
     b. Welcome/help volunteers
     c. Support international wikis
     d. Role management
     e. Template maintenance
     f. Help (content/ tours, demos, overviews)

5. Administration
     a. Transparency
     b. Wikipedia/Mediawiki documentation
     c. Template management
     d. Special pages/Magic Words

6. Team Members

















From the perspective of a "novice's point of view"

A hub should not be a page where you can get to "everywhere" in the wiki, it should be a set of directions (road signs) showing you how to get there (leading you there).

Notes about the characteristics of a good hub page

For a “hub” page, you want the user to come in, notice one or two things of interest right away (at the top), pick the link they want, and then go. You do not want to much clutter for the novice (too many choices will get them lost) while the experts know what they want and want to get there fast (using the sidebar or by progressing onto the next page via the hub bullets). A hub should provide quick navigation for those familiar with the wiki as well as a limited number of concise directions for the novice.

Basic page layout: Top row of headliner boxes (two or three, two for 640px and add another for larger display). These could highlight current, next, and future projects that want contributors to help (advertising space). A simple, straight forward sidebar for Wiki Projects is good for quick access to previously accessed pages. A simple bullet hub to redirect the experienced user to where they want to be while as the same time, providing guided direction for the novice. Include a "Quick HELP Links" table near the end (out of sight and not a distraction) for those that are "lost".

Page color schemes: Use minimal dark colors (use for sidebar headers), pick one basic color selection (for example: blue, green, brown, or yellow) with other colors being shades of the main color. Reds are for Alert, Accent, or Warning, use only once or twice per page or as border colors (minimal border widths). Too many colors (outside the photos or images) creates chaos and will drive a novice away. If multiple main colors are desired make sure they do not clash. Avoid colors that will draw the eye away from the content. White letters need to be BOLD and at least 15px in size for dark backgrounds and 20 to 25px for lighter backgrounds to be readable.

Misc. Notes
No tabs or picture boxes to select, just a simple "select a bullet" approach. After all, bullets are just round tabs. This approach is not limited to the minimal spacing available within the tabs and also limits the "wordy" aspects of too much information. Concise statements (or one/two word "directions") so quick decisions by the user can be made.

Also note that since this would be a wiki template (the image map adjusts to the image size) it can be sized to fit either the current 640px page or any future page size.

Progress through a series of similar picture hubs to get to page of interest. If (in this case) there are 7 bullets, each with 7 bullets then that is 49 target pages. One level deeper would result in 73 or 343 target pages within 3 mouse clicks. Do not worry how deep the hubs have to go because the user will bookmark their final destination anyway. It is just a mechanism to get them there in the first place or if they lost their bookmark, how to get back there again.

Simple navigation with minimal reading to find your way (go quickly from A -> B -> C -> D)


Hub construction

Construction is simple and efficient. A PowerPoint template could be made available which would provide the option to change a "standardized" square picture (cropped square) to a bullet hub picture.

The text, the number of bullets (four to eight), the size of the bullets and the text, the colors (plus transparency) of the text or bullets, and the image (or multiple images) can easily be modified within a particular PowerPoint template design (after creating a duplicate image to preserve the template).

The image is "Saved As" and then called up for cropping using the windows editor (Paint) for a simple crop of the right side to make a square picture. Save and then done. Ready to upload.

The template design (number of bullets and their size) would be interchangeable with the standardized wiki template containing the image map so very few image maps would have to be made. One for each bullet count and an additional one if the bullet size is changed.

Just copy the code from an existing wiki template (lets say a 7 bullet picture) and save as a new template after changing the image link and the bullet links. Easy (easy?).




Progression display (site map) from “Main page”

 I just started this list so PLEASE ADD INFO to the list below if I missed something.
A WORK IN PROGRESS


“New to genealogy?”

Hub: Getting started
  • Getting started (Basic Wiki Navigation)
  • Genealogy Basics (terminology)
  • Start collecting family info
  • Storing the information (select software)
  • Photographs and Documents (copy and preserve)
  • Learning research principles (wiki + records collections)
  • Things you can try
  • Get others involved


“New to the wiki?”

Hub:What is the Wiki
  • About the Wiki (history, governance, Wiki Support)
  • Setting your preferences (custom versus default)
  • Editing in the Wiki (editor types: wikitext, VisualEditor, rich editor)
  • Advanced navigation (basics + sidebars, hubs, categories, etc)
  • Using the search engine (filters) + searching categories
  • How to use the Wiki Help files (link to Hub:Help content?)
  • User page and playing in a sandbox (+ add sandbox pages & archiving)
  • Watching pages (from menu tab or during edit saves)
  • Using “Talk” pages + (use the "help me" template if stuck)
  • Uploading images (copyrights) + (what to include if uploading images)
  • Categorizing (searching and adding a category to articles)
  • How to report issues (fixes) (using "talk" or "submit")
  • Review the"Known Issues" page before submitting a case for tech
  • Dos and Don’ts Revoew


“Want to help?”

Hub: Volunteers
  • Things you can do
  • Join a team project (Research projects or Support projects)
  • Contribute to the wiki (add content/citations or "fix/submit")
  • Join groups (Meet and Talk - attend committee meetings)
  • Provide input (to area projects, create articles, enhance content)


  • Research projects
  • State projects
  • County projects
  • Barn-Raising projects
  • Adopt a page
  • Specialty projects (nationalities, ethnic groups, Native Americans. etc)
  • FamilySearch digital collections
  • International projects (England, Denmark, Mexico, Sweden, etc)

  • Outside the Wiki
  • Wiki Support projects
  • Fix or submit projects (clean up)
  • Enhance content (upgrade or update)
  • Add new content (articles or sections)
  • Translations (to and from English)
  • Categorizing (articles and photos)
  • Expand Help content
  • Join Wiki Support Team (patrolling, approving images, etc.)

  • How to participate (IS THIS THE SAME AS "THINGS YOU CAN DO"?)

  • Research Groups (join)


  • Meet and Talk (contact)
  • ask questions ( to project leaders, to anyone! )
  • meetings (Community support, Contributors, Technical)
  • Ask for an invitation to Yammer
  • Participate at GetSatisfaction


  • Your input is wanted (provide information)
  • Provide local information for area projects
  • Update articles (links, style, content, images, etc)
  • Create new articles (start new or expand of existing)


From the SIDEBAR

Hub: Wiki Support
  • What is Wiki Support
  • About the Wiki
  • Support Role
  • Community governs
  • Wiki Policies
  • Guiding Principles
  • Volunteers Wanted
  • The Support Center
SubHub:Support Center
  • Team
  • Meetings
  • Maintenance
  • Assignments
  • Projects
  • Reports
  • Training
  • Talk with us (use "submit" form)



Hub: Wiki Community
  • New to genealogy


  • New to the Wiki


  • Contributor help

  • Research help

  • Committees

  • Project Meetings

  • Societies and Libraries



Miscellaneous

Hub: Help content
  • Getting started (navigation)
  • Using search (filters)
  • Searching categories (category, files, templates)
  • Advanced navigation (using Sidebars and Hubs)
  • Special pages

  • Using the wiki editors (wiketext, rich editor, VisualEditor -future)
  • add images
  • add tables
  • add citations
  • copy and paste

  • Editing pages
  • Etiquette (do not edit other user pages - use the talk page)
  • User pages (not the same rules as articles)
  • copying code from other pages
  • copy tables
  • copy parameters
  • internal versus external links
  • image map editor (create)

  • Creating new pages
  • Appropriate content
  • Guidelines and Policies
  • Manual of Style
  • Use template to mark :In-progress (relinquish article when done)

  • categorizing a page
  • Selecting best categories
  • Creating a category or subcategory

  • Learn HTML and wikitext (Lessons 1-7)

  • Reporting abuse
  • Types of abuse (Neutrality, Commercial, Offensive, Immoral)
  • Discuss on Talk page
  • Mark pages/content with templates
  • ASAP Deletion Request





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