wiki:structure

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Wiki Hierarchy

In order to organize the Support wiki, the following structure has been suggested:

faq
teams/support
teams/support/projects
teams/support/meetings
teams/internationalization
teams/internationalization/projects
teams/staff
teams/staff/projects
teams/staff/meetings
membership/
membership/leadership-committee
membership/leadership-committee/meetings
membership/annual-meeting
membership/annual-meeting/2011/priorities
membership/annual-meeting/2012/priorities
membership/projects

Determine Language

With this structure, when creating a new page the following is important to consider:

  • Determine language of new page
* English it will be noted by default page-name
* Spanish will be noted by added .Es after page-name, i.e. page-name.Es

Read more about translating pages here?.

Creating a New Page

  • Determine where the page should be created based on above hierarchy and create the new page by:
* Creating the link you want for the new page:
https://support.mayfirst.org/wiki/category/sub-category-if-needed/year-if-needed/new-page-name

or

* Creating a page within another wiki page by:
[wiki:/category/sub-category-if-needed/year-if-needed/new-page-name]

Pages Content Includes

While adding or editing a page, include the following:

  • Translation Macro, by adding the following to all pages, if there is a translation for the page, it will automatically a link between language pages:
[[TranslatedPages]]
  • Tags for dynamic contact organization. Tags allows the dynamic generation of pages across the wiki. By using tags that link to the wiki structure hierarchy, we will be able to display/share pages across different sections of the wiki. The following is suggested for tag usage:
* Language: i.e. lang-es, lang-en
* Hierarchy main page: i.e. support, membership, faq
* Specific page content: i.e. agenda, minutes, project-name
* Year, if applicable: i.e. 2012, 2013