[Planning-es] Structuring the SFD Wiki for 2011
jza at openoffice.org
Sat May 14 19:37:22 BST 2011
+1 for county/city/team
On 5/14/11, Leandro Gómez <leo.telsen at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, May 11, 2011 at 4:03 AM, Frederic Muller - SFI <
> fred at softwarefreedomday.org> wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I have started to work on the wiki structure for 2011 and considering
>> the issues we had last year with the American continent we are
>> orientating ourselves towards a different split.
>> We will keep the same sub-structure of Continent/Country/City/Team or
>> sometimes Continent/Region/Country/City/Team . This year we will be
>> stricter on the City/Team as we had some city page hijack in 2010 where
>> some team took the whole page and other teams in the same area had
>> issues being listed. Yes for small areas it lengthen the URL but we need
>> to be fair to all teams.
> IMO Continent/Region is too much. I prefer Country/City/Team.
> But again, it depends on what info/stats we need.
>> We will keep the "URL shortener service" as well (need to be arranged
>> for 2011).
>> The 2011 home page can be found here:
>> No country page has been added yet, and I also need to adapt all the
>> templates which Thilo did last year. Subdivisions chosen is available
>> here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Americas#Terminology - 3rd one from
>> the top.
>> I still have a few questions before I start copying and adapting stuff
>> from 2010:
>> - Is the chosen split ok? The logic is that we have 3 areas. I discarded
>> the 3 other splits because:
>> * Split 1: the one we used last year and which people complained about
>> * Split 2: so few countries in Central America and then there is one
>> more zone called Caribbean making a total of 4 zones
>> * Split 4: it's a 2 zones split, but not matching what one could think
>> of physical continents.
>> - The entry page for South America is currently in Spanish (same as
>> 2010). Does it make sense?
>> - Should we keep the 3rd split which is currently implemented I would
>> suggest to place the 2 countries in green in Middle America but without
>> much background information. What do you guys think?
>> - Maybe someone could resend that email to the planning-es list
>> translated so everyone fully understand what it's all about (and then
>> translate the feedback back too... No hablo español)
>> - Maybe same goes for planning-pt, though I don't think we have a lot of
>> subscribers yet.
>> Thanks and looking forward to constructive feedback.
>> PLEASE DO NOT CREATE TEAM PAGES YET AS STRUCTURE COULD CHANGE!
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