FamilySearch Wiki:Contributors Meeting 6 December 2012

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New Agenda Items

  • How do we tie up loose ends (or loose projects) on the wiki? Is there a way to track good ideas, identify who has accepted a project and progress on it?
  • Can we make projects of work groups more transparent and inclusive, even little ones, like the Digital Collections project. And others like the "standardization of state pages." Who is on these teams, are the discussions open to others? There are several projects that are not listed on the FamilySearch Wiki:WikiProjects Seeking Contributors page. AdkinsWH 00:21, 6 December 2012 (UTC)

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Feel free to post on the agenda any items you wish to discuss during the meeting. If your item requires details or feedback, post them on the discussion page and link to them from the agenda. Possible topics include:
  • Moderator and Adopters
  • Style Guide Discussions
  • Project Help Requests
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  • Improve the Wiki

Purpose of the meeting

Improve the Wiki

  • Forge solutions with other community contributors.
  • Share best practices, ideas, and content.
  • Discuss current issues, community matters, and strategies.
  • Move issues to decision.