FamilySearch Wiki:WikiProject Copy Research Guidance and Help Content into the Wiki
The FamilySearch Research Help content was reviewed for possible inclusion in FamilySearch Research Wiki. This article documents the decisions that were made. The task to move content from FamilySearch Research Help to FamilySearch Research Wiki is now in the beginning stages of a wiki barn raising. The content that needs moving to the Wiki is divided by locality where possible:
The remaining content was not specific to a single locality:
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| Reference Documents on FamilySearch
||Wiki Article||Sign up||% Done|
|Organizing Your Genealogy Using Computers||No, per WA June 2010|| Outdated now
|Organizing Your Paper Files Using Binders||https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Organizing_Your_Files?action=purge||Not same, but good|| |
| Research Outlines on FamilySearch
||Wiki Portal||Sign up||% Done|
|Jewish Genealogy||Jewish Family History||Diltsgd|| 100%|
|Preparing a Family History||Preparing a Family History||N/A||100%|
The glossary in the Wiki was originally obtained from SourceGuide. The glossary on FamilySearch.org contains more content than what was obtained from SourceGuide. The glossary on FamilySearch.org contains a lot of translations from foreign languages to English. It is possible that the foreign language words in the FamilySearch glossary are repeated in the Word Lists. Further analysis is needed to know for sure. When working on this project the two glossaries need to be compared and additional terms added to the Wiki.
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