[uf-discuss] /wiki/use, was: Press release microformat
tjameswhite at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 19 18:46:29 PST 2006
Mark hit the nail on the head. I know the first time I came to the site
I saw the nice overview sidebar, but when I clicked more... I was
confused by being thrown into the wiki.
> On 1/20/06, Ryan King <ryan at technorati.com> wrote:
> > > But much harder to find, especially for someone new visiting the
> > > (The wiki is not the most user-friendly...)
> > Are you talking about wikis in general, or specifically ours?
This is really my first wiki use...
> > If its ours, and you have ideas for improving our IA/organization,
> > feel free to suggest them (and volunteer :D).
I notice that the wiki/Main_page has been cleaned up and reorganized
recently. That certainly helps a lot. I had just bookmarked the pages I
was interested in because it was hard to simply navigate to them
(bibliographic citation pages specifically). Much easier to find stuff
now. Nicely done.
If I have any great ideas for improvement I'll help implement them.
(Heh, if our network drives are still down tomorrow I may have lots of
time on my hands.)
If there is a template for the mf.org pages, I'm willing to help create
a FAQ or similar page.
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