Your Docs Project BarCamp session FUDConF11

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== Talk about this ==
 
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* Other ways to contribute
 
* Other ways to contribute
 
* CMS needs
 
* CMS needs
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== Notes from session (raw) ==
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From [[User:Ianweller/FUDConF11 State of the Wiki presentation]].
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Conversion from MoinMoin caused even bigger problems in the content, but one worth solving.
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Instead of Some/Nested/Page/Name, use [[Special:Categories]].
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Categories can contain sub-cats, pages, media (with auto gallery creation).
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We are reorg'ing content so all page names are flat.
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Page names are natural language.
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Every page has a category, and probably a sub-category.
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Trees of categories.
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Search needs to get rid of CamelCase.
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Page naming automatically redirects to the new page.
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Natural language supports [[L10n]].  Nesting structure-naming is not translation friendly, where [[What a nice page name]] is translation friendly.
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For top-level categories, we want (around) three nodes.

Revision as of 15:43, 10 January 2009

Talk about this

  • State of Docs is really wiki + upcoming CMS
    • Docbook, Publican, and fedorahosted.org are all the geeky side
  • State of the wiki
  • Other ways to contribute
  • CMS needs

Notes from session (raw)

From User:Ianweller/FUDConF11 State of the Wiki presentation.

Conversion from MoinMoin caused even bigger problems in the content, but one worth solving.

Instead of Some/Nested/Page/Name, use Special:Categories.

Categories can contain sub-cats, pages, media (with auto gallery creation).

We are reorg'ing content so all page names are flat.

Page names are natural language.

Every page has a category, and probably a sub-category.

Trees of categories.

Search needs to get rid of CamelCase.

Page naming automatically redirects to the new page.

Natural language supports L10n. Nesting structure-naming is not translation friendly, where What a nice page name is translation friendly.

For top-level categories, we want (around) three nodes.