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I really like the new "logbook" section on the [[Main Page]]! I think I'll steal that idea and implement it on the [http://wikimediafoundation.org Wikimedia Foundation homepage]. --[[User:Maveric149|Maveric149]] 23:21, 5 Dec 2003 (PST)
 
I really like the new "logbook" section on the [[Main Page]]! I think I'll steal that idea and implement it on the [http://wikimediafoundation.org Wikimedia Foundation homepage]. --[[User:Maveric149|Maveric149]] 23:21, 5 Dec 2003 (PST)
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== Rethinking the logbook ==
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So, I think the format we're using now is making it difficult to write longer logbook entries, such as detailed reports for the different language versions. Because logbook entries are copied in whole onto the Main Page, longer entries stretch out that page a lot.
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I wonder if it wouldn't be easier to make each logbook entry its own page, and just link to that, with a quick one-sentence overview ("Romanian Wikitravel hits 10,000 pages") on the front page and on the logbook page. This would probably make it easier to archive old logbook entries.
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Any better ideas? B-) --[[User:Evan|Evan]] 02:41, 28 Mar 2004 (EST)

Latest revision as of 07:45, 28 March 2004

I really like the new "logbook" section on the Main Page! I think I'll steal that idea and implement it on the Wikimedia Foundation homepage. --Maveric149 23:21, 5 Dec 2003 (PST)

Rethinking the logbook[edit]

So, I think the format we're using now is making it difficult to write longer logbook entries, such as detailed reports for the different language versions. Because logbook entries are copied in whole onto the Main Page, longer entries stretch out that page a lot.

I wonder if it wouldn't be easier to make each logbook entry its own page, and just link to that, with a quick one-sentence overview ("Romanian Wikitravel hits 10,000 pages") on the front page and on the logbook page. This would probably make it easier to archive old logbook entries.

Any better ideas? B-) --Evan 02:41, 28 Mar 2004 (EST)