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Hi Michael,

thanks for posting the minutes here.

On Thursday 27 January 2011 00:56, Michael Wheatland wrote:

From what I understand, a flat structure is better for translations
and i10n. 

could you explain what is meant by "flat structure"? 

I would like to see pages with sub-pages / categories 
dedicated to:

Infrastructure and admin - for plans for implementing and improving
the tools

Category "Website/Admin" created (as "Infrastructure" is already used) 

Web Design - for Theming and standard reusable element development

Do I understand it right that this is about all those issues of the 
Design team that are related to the website? 

I created a category Website/Design but maybe the other way suites 
better ("Design/Website"???) 

Structure - For Information Architecture and wireframe development

created category "Website/Structure"

Resources - A collection of logos, elements, images, links to videos

Created category "Website/Resources" 

Stakeholders - Details about each stakeholder/team and their
requirements from our infrastructure

Category "Website/Stakeholder" created. 

Content - Working copies of the website content so anyone can suggest

created cat. "Website/Content" and "Website/Sandbox". Content - for 
content related , Sandbox - as playground.

Proposals - Discussion about bigger ideas than the current

created category "Website/Proposals".

Have I missed anything?
Can someone with wiki moderation/admin experience weigh in on how
better to practically implement a structure.

Categories can be used for quick categorizing existing pages.

Find all Categories here:

Feel free to change category names or descriptions.


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