Complete Pages

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  • This is a page outlining what makes a "complete page" on OSE Wiki, rather than a Work in Progress
  • This Page as of now is not complete, and thus may be missing some parts / input (Re Consensus Decision Making )
  • If a page is not meeting what this page defines as "done", it can be temporary marked for completion late via the "Category: Incomplete Pages" tag
    • (Write that inside "[[" at each end at the base of the page (See: Category Pages )
  • The "End Goal" for a page as decided on this page, should be one of the OSE Page Templates

Definition of a "Complete Page"

Existing Standards

Complete Pages Should Have: (Work in Progress)

  • 1.) An intro / basics / preface section  ; essentially an abstract for the page/a TLDR
  • 2.) An "Internal Links" Section , even if empty, makes relevant links easy to find, making Orphan Pages less likely
  • 3.) An "External Links" Section same as internal links but for Non-OSE Wiki Websites
    • Wikipedia also has a dedicated "references" section, but this may not be needed for OSE yet, as citations are not common/required, and something like " as said in [rnnjro.c-o-m This Source] " or "according to [jiwrekrggig. c - o - m This Whitepaper] etc, works fine as of now (outside of more formal/long pages perhaps with many references)
    • Also it is not critical all external links on the page are posted here, that is the end goal, but simply having the page, even if empty, is useful on it's own
  • 4.) At Least One (Relevant) Category
    • If this is not Possible, one can use "Incomplete Page" , "Trashcan" , or "Testing Page" so as to make the purpose more clear for other users
    • This all also prevents other users from misunderstanding the purpose of a page and "messing it up" due to the basics section, and category tags making it clear what the page is for, even with no other communication
  • 5.) All External Links to Videos Labeled with the Video's Length (More minor, but an aid in Scheduling things)

Internal Links

External Links