- 1 We need your opinion
- 2 What's your best work? And your favorites from others?
- 3 Where should wikiproject contributors communicate?
- 4 Please vote on new name for Reviewer role
- 5 Call for Feedback Re: Making Wiki Easier for New Users/Contributors
- 6 Weigh in on FamilySearch Wiki talk:Naming a Project?
- 7 Please vote on search result title link color
- 8 Moderator/Adopter issues coming to a vote
We need your opinion[edit source]
In order to help the community arrive at consensus on some issues impacting most of the pages on FamilySearch Wiki, I'd like to invite you to add your opinions to the following discussions:
- FamilySearch Wiki talk:Format for Citing and Linking to Works in FHLC, Worldcat (OCLC)
- FamilySearch Wiki talk:Consensus
- FamilySearch Wiki talk:Source Citation Formats
- FamilySearch Wiki talk:Disambiguation
Thanks! Ritcheymt 12:13, 8 June 2009 (UTC)
What's your best work? And your favorites from others?[edit source]
Hey there Baerbel! I'm searching for the wiki's best content to highlight it during a presentation I'm doing soon. Will you link me to a couple articles you've contributed to that you are most pleased with? Also, could you link me to your favorite article(s) written by others? Thanks! Ritcheymt 17:06, 8 July 2009 (UTC)
Where should wikiproject contributors communicate?[edit source]
People who work on writing projects on the wiki are asking for an online venue they can use to talk about...
- how to organize projects,
- how and where to recruit contributors
- how to motivate project members
- how to track progress on projects
- Manual of Style issues that we need to settle to avoid rework
- ...and other stuff.
Could you go to the wiki feedback forum and give your opinion as to what tool(s) we should choose to communicate? The thread where we will discuss this is Which tools for wikiproject contributors to communicate? Ritcheymt 16:24, 16 October 2009 (UTC)
Please vote on new name for Reviewer role[edit source]
The wiki community is voting on a proposed renaming of the Reviewer role so that we can give the role to anyone we trust to upload their own images without review. If you care about the name of this role, please discuss the issue and cast your vote at FamilySearch Wiki talk:Reviewer. Ritcheymt 16:44, 2 November 2009 (UTC)
Call for Feedback Re: Making Wiki Easier for New Users/Contributors[edit source]
We need your feedback! Our goal is for wiki.familysearch.org to be a friendly, welcoming place that is easy for you to use and make contributions. Please share your comments. What is your experience? What challenges do you face in using and contributing to the wiki? Where do you find help? When you notice problems, please go to FamilySearch Wiki:WikiProject Feedback. This is the page for making comments on challenges you have encountered.
Please post your comments and ideas for the solutions at FamilySearch Wiki:WikiProject Feedback/What New Users and Contributors Want to Make Wiki Easier. Then, come add your "Vote" for those solutions that are most urgent and important for the entire community at FamilySearch Wiki:WikiProject Feedback/Newbies Priorities. This is not only for newbies, we also need experienced user/contributor feedback on your early, new user experiences. Thank you!
Kara aka CK Whipple 16:35, 5 November 2009 (UTC)
Weigh in on FamilySearch Wiki talk:Naming a Project?[edit source]
Project pages are getting hard to find because people are putting them in multiple namespaces and using all kinds of naming conventions. Would you mind weighing in on FamilySearch Wiki talk:Naming a Project? Thanks! Ritcheymt 00:17, 15 December 2009 (UTC)
Some users have reported that the red color of the article title links in search results are confusing because in a Mediawiki site, a red link means a link to a page that has no content. There is a poll on the forums as to whether to make the links blue instead, which would also conform to what Google and Bing do. Please read the thread/explanation and vote. RitcheyMT 16:15, 24 January 2010 (UTC)
Moderator/Adopter issues coming to a vote[edit source]
As you probably already know, FamilySearch launched an Adopt-a-Page program at the Federation of Genealogical Societies conference over the summer. Many groups are signing up to adopt a page. We need your help in order to resolve some important questions about the relative roles that Moderators and Adopters ought to play and how they can work together. These questions and discussions are on the new FamilySearch Wiki Contributors' Corner forum. We are going to hold a vote on these issues by year's end, and the resolutions will change the roles Moderators and Adopters play, so please visit the forum and add your thoughts. Thanks! RitcheyMT 17:42, 19 December 2010 (UTC)