Wikitravel:문서란 무엇인가?

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위키트래벌이 조직화되고 일관적으로 유지하기위해서 언제 그 자신의 문건을 얻을지에 관한 지침이 있다. 이 영역에서 두가지 경쟁하는 원리가 있다.:

  1. 문건은 상대적으로 스스로 충분해야하며 그래서 여행자가 그것을 프린트해서 뒷주머니에 넣고 여행중에 사용할 수 있어야 한다.
  2. 동시에 문건은 너무 길지 않아서 읽고 프린트하고 사용하는 것이 불가능해서는 않된다.

그래서 여기에 어떤 토픽이 그 자신의 문건을 지닐 것인지에 대한 약간 간략한 지침이 있다. 여기의 어떤 것도 반석위에 있지 않지만 이들 지침에 예외는 좋은 정당성을 지녀야 한다.

무엇이 그 자신의 문건을 얻나요?[편집]

지정학적 유니트 on the geographical hierarchy should have their own articles. There should be articles about:

A common test to determine whether a subject gets its own article is the "can you sleep there?" test. While there are numerous hotels and other lodging options in a city like London, you can't sleep in a museum or park within that city; such parks and museums should thus be listed as attractions within an article about the city.

With city districts, consider also When to districtify recommendations--only create a separate article for a district when you have enough content for it, and the borders for a new district are well-defined.

무엇이 그 자신의 문건을 지니지 않나요?[편집]

Individual attractions should not have their own articles (in general). Their information should be listed in the city or possibly district that they're in. With a few very rare exceptions (see below) there should not be articles about individual:

  • Companies (hotels, restaurants, bars, stores, nightclubs, tour operators, etc).
  • Museums, statues or other works of art.
  • City parks, town squares or streets. (Districts named after streets like San Francisco/Castro Street and Singapore/Orchard are OK.)
  • Festivals or events.
  • Transport systems or stations.
  • People.
  • Bodies of water (see Wikitravel:Bodies of water).
  • Uninhabited islands.

We prefer that attractions, sites, and events be included in the article for the place they're located (see where you can stick it for details). For example, a lake might be listed under the "See" section of the closest town, and a bar would be listed under the "Drink" section of the town in which it is located.

If an attraction is really famous and travellers may not know the city or region it is in, then create an article with the attraction name as title, but make it a redirect to the city or region and put the description in the city or region article. For example, Taj Mahal redirects to Agra.


There are exceptions to every rule, and Wikitravel is no different. Be aware, however, that if you think something deserves an exception you should be ready to defend your position. Cases where exceptions are made include attractions, sites, or events that are far away (too far for a day trip) from any city and would require an overnight stay, or so large and complex that the information about them would overload the city article. Some examples of possible exceptions include:

...but not state or city parks that primarily serve as recreational sites for day visitors.
...but not individual ruins in or near modern cities.
...but not amusement parks usually visited as part of a trip to a city, such as Coney Island or Tivoli
...but not typical metropolitan or regional airports.

In general, a good rule of thumb is that information about attractions, sites, and events should always be initially placed into the article for the place they're located in, and only when that information becomes large and complex should a new article be considered. As with most decisions on Wikitravel, consensus drives the process, but we try to err on the side of consistency and not make these exceptions unless we absolutely have to. Before starting an article based on one of the above exceptions, start a discussion to explore whether it would be appropriate.

문건의 다른 형태[편집]

In addition, the following categories of articles are given their own articles:

의문이 있을 때[편집]

When in doubt, leave a message in the travelers' pub or simply plunge forward and create the article. Someone else will always be around to answer your question or to edit any mistakes.

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