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初めての方は[[introduction-ja|Microformatsの手引き]]をご覧ください。
初めての方は[[introduction-ja|Microformatsの手引き]]をご覧ください。
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# ページを編集したり作成したりする前にアカウントを作成してください。( [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Username Wikipedia Username guidelines] も見てください)
# ページを編集したり作成したりする前にアカウントを作成してください。( [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Username Wikipedia Username guidelines] も見てください)
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# はじめに[http://microformats.org/discuss mailing lists]のうちの一つに参加してみてください。(その前には[[mailing-lists]]を読んで下さい)
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# Read about microformats.org [http://microformats.org/wiki/Category:public_domain_license Voluntary Public Domain Declarations] and please consider adding the [[Template:public-domain-release]] to your User page accordingly to release your contributions to microformats.org into the public domain.
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# もし、何か意見を書いたならば、あなたのユーザ名も一緒に書いてください。
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# はじめに[http://microformats.org/discuss IRCチャンネル(こちらがお勧め)かメーリングリスト]に参加してみてください。(その前には[[mailing-lists]]を読んで下さい)
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# もし、何か意見を書いたならば、あなたのユーザ名も一緒に書いてください。- you can easily do so with a datetimestamp in MediaWiki with four ~s, e.g.: <nowiki>~~~~</nowiki>.
# このWikiには、microformatsに直接関係あるページだけを作成してください。無関係なページは削除されます。
# このWikiには、microformatsに直接関係あるページだけを作成してください。無関係なページは削除されます。
# ページの[[naming-conventions-ja|命名規則]]に従ってください。
# ページの[[naming-conventions-ja|命名規則]]に従ってください。
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# Wikiのページで会話をしてはいけません。その用途には#2で挙げた[http://microformats.org/discuss mailing lists]を使ってください。
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# Wikiのページで会話をしてはいけません。その用途には#3で挙げた[http://microformats.org/discuss mailing lists]を使ってください。
# 妥当なXHTMLで記述するようにしてください。
# 妥当なXHTMLで記述するようにしてください。
# ソースコードを貼りつける場合、適当な長さで改行を入れてください。
# ソースコードを貼りつける場合、適当な長さで改行を入れてください。
# Please do not use "?" or other punctuation in the headings - it helps to keep the URLs to their fragment identifiers shorter and easier to read, copy/paste etc.
# Please do not use "?" or other punctuation in the headings - it helps to keep the URLs to their fragment identifiers shorter and easier to read, copy/paste etc.
# Headings may be explicitly marked up with &lt;h1&gt; &lt;h2&gt; tags etc. in order to avoid having them show up / pollute the Table of Contents. If you find such headings in a page, please DO NOT change them to "=" or "==" style headings.
# Headings may be explicitly marked up with &lt;h1&gt; &lt;h2&gt; tags etc. in order to avoid having them show up / pollute the Table of Contents. If you find such headings in a page, please DO NOT change them to "=" or "==" style headings.
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# Avoid renaming/changing heading text, including even just their capitalization. Headings are often used as permalinks, and changing the heading breaks such permalinks that have already been used.
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# Avoid renaming/changing heading text, including even just their capitalization or to comply with above rules that apply to headings. Headings are often used as permalinks, and changing the heading breaks such permalinks that have already been used. Thus be careful when creating headings. You may change a heading if you are careful to leave an empty <code><nowiki><span id="oldheadingID"></span></nowiki></code> in front of the heading with oldHeadingID set to the necessary value to maintain heading permalinks.
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# Avoid global editorial wiki changes / edits (e.g. the same or similar edits applied to numerous pages, say, more than a dozen or so pages). If you have an opinion on how to globally improve something stylistically or editorially on the wiki, please add it to your section on the [[to-do]] page, and then perhaps ask the community using the microformats-discuss mailing list what folks think of it. Interpret absence of response(s) as disinterest and thus implicit rejection. Admins may from time to time do global wiki changes to remove spam, repair damage done by other global wiki edits etc.
# Please avoid simple contradictory responses such as "No" to questions and issues. Instead provide at least a short sentence with a reason which provides information beyond what is provided in the question or issue.
# Please avoid simple contradictory responses such as "No" to questions and issues. Instead provide at least a short sentence with a reason which provides information beyond what is provided in the question or issue.
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# Do not remove "red links", nor create empty / placeholder "..." pages for them just to make them not red. The red links usefully communicate a need or a desire for that page to exist, and the person expressing that desire may not be the same person that is able to take the time, or has the necessary skill/background to draft such a page. The links to pages not yet created often serve as an effective (and easy to execute) "to do" list. Removing those links makes it harder, less convenient to do so. (One exception noted so far: red links to non-existent microformats e.g. "hbib", should be delinked, as it is desirable for it to be harder/less convenient to create new microformats). Finally, as such links do provide information, they are not redundant.
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# Do not use the MediaWiki "Categories" mechanism. As with "Talk" pages, this community does not use all the features of MediaWiki.
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# Do not create new "User:" links by hand. User: links should only created as a result of users actually signing their edits with <nowiki>~~~</nowiki> or <nowiki>~~~~</nowiki>. That way each User: page will correspond to an actual login, rather than accidentally linking to a page which doesn't represent a login. If you see a red link which appears like it ''should'' be a User: link, e.g. <nowiki>[[DavidJanes]]</nowiki>, rather than editing the link in place, create a redirect at the destination of the link to the person's User: page.
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# Check "what links here" before moving pages, and fix any links to the page you're moving, if appropriate.
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== Wiki Cleaning ==
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See [[spam-removal]].
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If you see something which you think needs massive cleanup on the wiki, please point it out to admins on the irc channel or microformats-discuss list.
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== Related ==
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See [[mediawiki-customization]] for brief notes on how the microformats wiki is different from a "typical" MediaWiki install, in many ways to help with [[how-to-play]] and [[naming-conventions]].

Revision as of 19:06, 21 July 2007


初めての方はMicroformatsの手引きをご覧ください。

How to Play

協力する前にこれらのガイドラインを読んでください。また、この内容は遵守してください。

  1. ページを編集したり作成したりする前にアカウントを作成してください。( Wikipedia Username guidelines も見てください)
  2. Read about microformats.org Voluntary Public Domain Declarations and please consider adding the Template:public-domain-release to your User page accordingly to release your contributions to microformats.org into the public domain.
  3. はじめにIRCチャンネル(こちらがお勧め)かメーリングリストに参加してみてください。(その前にはmailing-listsを読んで下さい)
  4. もし、何か意見を書いたならば、あなたのユーザ名も一緒に書いてください。- you can easily do so with a datetimestamp in MediaWiki with four ~s, e.g.: ~~~~.
  5. このWikiには、microformatsに直接関係あるページだけを作成してください。無関係なページは削除されます。
  6. ページの命名規則に従ってください。
  7. Wikiのページで会話をしてはいけません。その用途には#3で挙げたmailing listsを使ってください。
  8. 妥当なXHTMLで記述するようにしてください。
  9. ソースコードを貼りつける場合、適当な長さで改行を入れてください。
  10. Please do not use "?" or other punctuation in the headings - it helps to keep the URLs to their fragment identifiers shorter and easier to read, copy/paste etc.
  11. Headings may be explicitly marked up with <h1> <h2> tags etc. in order to avoid having them show up / pollute the Table of Contents. If you find such headings in a page, please DO NOT change them to "=" or "==" style headings.
  12. Avoid renaming/changing heading text, including even just their capitalization or to comply with above rules that apply to headings. Headings are often used as permalinks, and changing the heading breaks such permalinks that have already been used. Thus be careful when creating headings. You may change a heading if you are careful to leave an empty <span id="oldheadingID"></span> in front of the heading with oldHeadingID set to the necessary value to maintain heading permalinks.
  13. Avoid global editorial wiki changes / edits (e.g. the same or similar edits applied to numerous pages, say, more than a dozen or so pages). If you have an opinion on how to globally improve something stylistically or editorially on the wiki, please add it to your section on the to-do page, and then perhaps ask the community using the microformats-discuss mailing list what folks think of it. Interpret absence of response(s) as disinterest and thus implicit rejection. Admins may from time to time do global wiki changes to remove spam, repair damage done by other global wiki edits etc.
  14. Please avoid simple contradictory responses such as "No" to questions and issues. Instead provide at least a short sentence with a reason which provides information beyond what is provided in the question or issue.
  15. Do not remove "red links", nor create empty / placeholder "..." pages for them just to make them not red. The red links usefully communicate a need or a desire for that page to exist, and the person expressing that desire may not be the same person that is able to take the time, or has the necessary skill/background to draft such a page. The links to pages not yet created often serve as an effective (and easy to execute) "to do" list. Removing those links makes it harder, less convenient to do so. (One exception noted so far: red links to non-existent microformats e.g. "hbib", should be delinked, as it is desirable for it to be harder/less convenient to create new microformats). Finally, as such links do provide information, they are not redundant.
  16. Do not use the MediaWiki "Categories" mechanism. As with "Talk" pages, this community does not use all the features of MediaWiki.
  17. Do not create new "User:" links by hand. User: links should only created as a result of users actually signing their edits with ~~~ or ~~~~. That way each User: page will correspond to an actual login, rather than accidentally linking to a page which doesn't represent a login. If you see a red link which appears like it should be a User: link, e.g. [[DavidJanes]], rather than editing the link in place, create a redirect at the destination of the link to the person's User: page.
  18. Check "what links here" before moving pages, and fix any links to the page you're moving, if appropriate.

Wiki Cleaning

See spam-removal.

If you see something which you think needs massive cleanup on the wiki, please point it out to admins on the irc channel or microformats-discuss list.

Related

See mediawiki-customization for brief notes on how the microformats wiki is different from a "typical" MediaWiki install, in many ways to help with how-to-play and naming-conventions.

how-to-play-ja was last modified: Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

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