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webteam:draft_guidelines [2012/04/13 00:18]
bshum [The Wiki is Public] Added back statement about "Recent Changes" feed because a potential link has been found.
webteam:draft_guidelines [2012/11/21 07:03]
paxed MeeGo -> Evergreen
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 Here are a few guidelines to keep in mind when using the Evergreen wiki: Here are a few guidelines to keep in mind when using the Evergreen wiki:
   * '''​Search first''':​ Before creating a new page or making significant contributions to a page, please do a quick search to make sure that you aren't duplicating existing content on the wiki or other areas of evergreen-ils.org.   * '''​Search first''':​ Before creating a new page or making significant contributions to a page, please do a quick search to make sure that you aren't duplicating existing content on the wiki or other areas of evergreen-ils.org.
-  * '''​Contribute''':​ The wiki is a resource for anyone to use. Just keep the content relevant, that is anything related to MeeGo as long as it meets our other guidelines should be appropriate.+  * '''​Contribute''':​ The wiki is a resource for anyone to use. Just keep the content relevant, that is anything related to Evergreen ​as long as it meets our other guidelines should be appropriate.
   * '''​Make improvements''':​ If you find a typo or inaccurate information,​ just fix it.   * '''​Make improvements''':​ If you find a typo or inaccurate information,​ just fix it.
   * '''​Keep it legal''':​ respect licenses and copyright. Only post content you own or provide attribution for content under a license that permits reuse.   * '''​Keep it legal''':​ respect licenses and copyright. Only post content you own or provide attribution for content under a license that permits reuse.
webteam/draft_guidelines.txt · Last modified: 2012/11/21 07:03 by paxed

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