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A few notes:
- How are we going to split up VCE and HSC?
- I'll create a separate front page for the VCE. Just stick with the HSC for now. - JK
- It is possible to spearate it with the groups like "HSC:maths" "VCE:maths" - JM
- Why are uploads enabled?
- Good question. I'll look into that. - JK
- Sorry Typo "Why aren't uploads enabled?" it would be useful to upload pictures. - JM
- Image uploads now enabled. - JK
- Why don't maths equations work?
- They should now. - JK
- What are the biggest problems facing new users? How do we overcome them?
- A 'how to edit' (wiki notation) and a style guide would be nice... Although the 'style guide' would really be 'look at another page in the same section, copy-paste the editing, and delete the information in the article and keep the structure' :P - Malkin86 15:09, 3 February 2006 (EST)
- Are there any scripts implemented that automatically go through and mark spelling and stubs etc? -JM
- Possibly. See Special:Maintenance. Might need a list of common misspellings (perhaps from Wikipedia). - JK
- Is it possible to have a special page that lists the stub pages? -jm1234567890 10-9-2005
- This might do what you want: Special:Shortpages - Lazarus 17-09-05
- But also for long pages that are no longer stubs and should have the tag removed... -jm1234567890 19-9-2005
- This doesn't seem easy to do (dynamically anyway). - Lazarus 05:27, 11 November 2005 (CST)
- It can be done easily enough by adding a Category:Stubs to the Template:Stub. Changing the template should change all the pages with the template to be in the stubs category. - Malkin86 15:09, 3 February 2006 (EST)
- I've tried this... unfortunately it doesn't seem to work that way. (Take a look.) Lazarus 03:41, 7 February 2006 (EST)
- What's this business about some wiki creators signing their names on the bottom of articles?--Pwaryuex 00:43, 3 February 2006 (EST)
- You can easily throw a timestamp at the bottom of an article. It's probably there to recognise that it's an user's original work. I put one at the bottom of a study guide I posted. Can be found here. I think they're kinda appropriate for users who submit guides/essays/etc. as they provide both some recognition and accountability (for the end user) against plagiarism. --nwatts 14:09, 3 February 2006 (EST)
- I disagree with signing your name at the bottom though - what happens when someone comes a long and edits it (which they will, it's a wiki). And it looks messy. WW
- I agree with karen, a wiki article is the work of many so its innapropriate to credit it to one person and if we credit every single person than it'll get ridiculous. Perhaps it would be best if a user wants to make a notation as to the work sources if they wish to maintain original credit? I think the actual wikipedia does this. --kami
- Fine! You bunch of selfless do-gooders! --nwatts 03:02, 4 February 2006 (EST)
- Evan's right -- if the user wants to cite his own work, he can do so in a set of links down the bottom, which link to a few good sources. --Pwaryuex 14:03, 5 February 2006 (EST)