functional areas of Docs Project
kwade at redhat.com
Thu Jan 1 21:37:37 UTC 2009
Thinking about our various processes, it seems a good idea to put them
in functional areas. A process might be used in one or multiple parts
of the project. For example, a process for requesting access to a
document on fedorahosted.org is used in many functional areas, such as
recruiting, training, writing, editing, and publishing.
How does this list of functional areas look:
* Gather information
* Project manage
... what is missing?
My thought from here is to:
1. Leave each process page in a master
[[Category:Docs Project process]], which happens after wikibot runs
from our docsproject.psv choices.
2. Add each process page to one or more sub-categories, for example
[[Category:Docs Project recruiting process]]. The pattern of "Docs
Project something process" is pretty clean and clear. This avoids
obscuring acronyms, e.g. SOP for 'standard operating procedure'.
We'll want a master page for each functional area, and it links to
each of the other pages used in that process that also happen to be in
the same sub-category. The sub-category page is a nice way to see all
pages in a process.
This is my thinking so far in how to improve our processes, clean-up
the content, and use a MediaWiki-smart approach.
Karsten 'quaid' Wade, Community Gardener
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