michael at openmoko.org
Sat Aug 30 19:11:07 CEST 2008
Ferenc Veres wrote:
> Hi all,
> I made several category changes. I want to make a plan and propose
> solution, but it was so confusing, that I was unable (tried several
> times) to map the current structure. :-/
> I am continuously reading Minh's notes on
> too. So far resist creating another taxonomy. Maybe a bit later! I wanna
> move Information, Openmoko and similar category's content to better
> names. I've just killed "Help" category and created "Wiki Editing"
> instead because 90% of Help was Wiki Editing help, but some OTHER help
> too (e.g. FAQ). Help is another too general name what editors would keep
> on picking.
First of all, thanks for taking on this beast. It is one of the sorryest
parts of our sorry wiki.
I completely agree - the help category is pointless.
> My big question:
> Is there any way to replace
> "Category" link in the category box?
I like the idea but I don't know how to do it.
> Instead this - now useless - language flooded - unorganized - list:
Speaking of languages, is it possible to separate out the other
languages? Is this wise?
> I would really love to point it to:
> This was existing, it had almost the same "top level categories", I am
> just adjusting it a bit, and I feel it really EASY to navigate based on
> this. (Unless you click the huge list sometime. :-) )
> Also easy to peek into other language's category or peek back to English
> category to see if there are more in that language in the current
> category! That's a big thanks to Dolfje for the category languages. I
> expanded it a bit more, because some "/xx" were still in English categories.
> I hope I didn't change anything I should not! :-p
> I also read parts of the Wikipedia categories guide, and I found that
> "Linux Expo 2008" in Community and Community/Event should not be in
> Community, just in the subcategory. So I moved a lot of events this way!
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