[UbuntuWomen] Wiki reshuffle -- Calling all wiki gnomes.
ilavenil at gmail.com
Sun Jan 10 02:49:19 GMT 2010
I went to the page, but I'm really new to this, so couldn't make out
anything. Is there a web page that gives the instructions on exactly how to
be a wiki gnome?
On Sat, Jan 9, 2010 at 4:41 PM, Melissa Draper <melissa at meldraweb.com>wrote:
> We agreed on the new wiki structure (as described below in the quoted
> section of this email) at the meeting yesterday, so I stole a few
> moments at work and shuffled things around. That said, it is entirely
> possible that I have missed pages. In fact, I know I will have.
> Hence, this is a call out to prospective wiki gnomes who are looking for
> a way to contribute to the Ubuntu Women project.
> A wiki gnome helps to keep wikis up to date and tidy. They do not need
> to know anything technical, they really just need to know how to cut and
> paste in their web browser.
> Of course, experienced wiki gnomes have learned by practice, so we're
> quite happy for you to practice your way up to being experienced by
> helping us tidy our wiki :)
> If you find pages in the wiki that are lacking the pretty top menu, then
> please add the following line to the very top of the page:
> If the page you're adding the menu to (or even another you pass in your
> travels) has enough text that some headings need scrolling to be seen,
> then you can make the page extra awesome by adding the following 1 line
> right after the UWMenuHeader line -- be careful to take out any breaks
> in the line that your email client might have put in:
> ||<tablestyle="float:right; font-size: 0.9em; width:40%;
> background:#F1F1ED; margin: 0 0 1em 1em;"
> If you find pages that you know need fixing or updating but you don't
> think you can do it all on your own, please add it to the table on
> http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/WeShouldFix so that other contributors have
> somewhere to go if they would like to help out.
> If you also speak a language other than English, then we could really
> use your help with translating our wiki. On the front page of
> http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org, there are some links in the middle that
> can become a new /Home for these languages. For example, for French it
> would link off to http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/Fr. If your language is
> not there, please feel free to put a link in a similar format (that is,
> using the 2-letter representation for your language).
> If you have any trouble or think you've broken something, feel free to
> email me, or this mailing list, or the IRC channel for help. Almost all
> of us have broken wiki pages before, so we will be really nice about
> it :)
> Happy wiki-ing! :)
> On Sat, 2010-01-02 at 18:20 +1100, Melissa Draper wrote:
> > Greetings,
> > I'm working on an possible overhaul of the wiki to make things more
> > findable than the big long tl;dr list we have now.
> > If anyone would like to help, I'm poking mainly at
> > http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/NewHome which would act as a starting
> > point. The menu is http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/UWMenuHeader and is
> > included in pages with "<<Include(UWMenuHeader)>>". I've *not* put the
> > header on existing pages yet to avoid confusion.
> > http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/Knowledgebase is new, and has the
> > "Resources" and "Guidelines" sections from the front page, with
> > redundant bits snipped out.
> > http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/Projects is new, and has the "Projects" and
> > "Outreach" sections from the front page, with some shuffling.
> > http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/Contacts is new, and has the contact
> > details for specific people within the team, such as irc, mailing list
> > and forums operators/administrators/moderators. Please put your contact
> > info here if it's appropriate to do so.
> > The rest should be linked directly from the menu. If I've missed
> > anything, then let me know or alternatively feel free to muck in and
> > improve on what I've done.
> Melissa Draper
> w: http://meldraweb.com & http://geekosophical.net
> p: +61 4 0472 2736
> Ubuntu-Women mailing list
> Ubuntu-Women at lists.ubuntu.com
It is morally as bad not to care whether a thing is true or not, so long as
it makes you feel good, as it is not to care how you got your money as long
as you have got it.
-Edwin Way Teale
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Ubuntu-Women