FamilySearch Wiki:WikiProject Utah Community Meeting 2012 June 27

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Welcome! Make a difference! Add your voice to the Utah Wiki Project.

Join with other Utah project participants to see progress, to share ideas, and to get news and training. Please add items to the agenda before or bring them up during the conversation.
The Wiki currently has 85,958 articles in English



Anyone new to this meeting?

Meeting Participants:

News and Events

Review of last meeting

Progress reports

  • Tip icon now has green bar, has been placed in "Parent Counties" area.
  • The revised Table at top is now on every county.
  • A missionary is working on the history timeline of each county for events that affected records, record-keeping, and migration.
    • Searching the county and towns in Wikipedia and Utah History Encyclopedia.
    • With citations.
    • Will then copy info to other areas, such as "1856. Settlers came from Cedar City, Utah to [town in this county]" should also be placed under migration.
  • Another missionary is being trained to copy the map on the Utah page to make "surrounding counties" maps (color!) for the county pages.

"Quick" Tasks

Topics that may need less discussion: Leader/assistants do examples, get suggestions and approval: Liz and Jana have volunteered to be assistants.

Future "quick" tasks to write:

Idea share

Vital records (BMD, Div)

Birth in bulleted style Suggest resources, review for dates and content.

How ready are we to create a task description for birth?

Discussion minutes:

Summary of minutes:

Future meetings

Meetings will be held on Wednesdays at 9:00 a.m.

Next week:

  • Progress reports
  • Future focus for discussions:
  • Church records
  • Cemetery records
  • Library area of each county
  • Tip Bank