Hi Sophie, @,
Am 17.03.2011 20:55, schrieb ol klaus-jürgen weghorn:
Am 13.03.2011 18:31, schrieb klaus-jürgen weghorn ol:
I will start some new discussions about our wiki.
On German-discuss-ml there were some discussions that it is not easy for
newbies to find the right information on the localized pages of the
wiki. The left sidebar won't give the right information for the
Christian Kühl has made a menubar for the German part of the wiki pages
and therefor several templates to get a unique menubar. See e.g .
It should give the wikipages some structure especially for the newbies.
He made a main template  and several sub templates e.g.  .
On the German-ml there is a kind of consense to use it.
What do you think to make it for all wiki pages?
Now I have made a page  in which all the menus are displayed.
The page shows the structure of the templates and a description of
localizing the templates.
Read, comment and change it.
Many comments at all ;-)
The submenus aren't developped yet. The most are placeholders.
We can discuss about the points we want to have in the (sub)menus.
Now I have made the submenus as I thought they will be right. 
What is the next step with the menus: (mainly @Sophie)
1 Should we vote if we want to use them? Then I will start the voting in
a extra e-mail.
2 Is it a decision of the sc?
3 Should we even use it? Then I will start to build them in some pages.
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