I think we should set out some guidelines so there is a common look and feel to all all pages created in the wiki. Also some guidelines on the use of color, etc.
Still pondering what would make sense, or if we should retro-actively implement guidelines?
Typos, grammar and other obvious mistakes are fair game. Adding links are helpful. Adding content is much appreciated.
However, each person feels a sense of ownership of pages they created. So, in the interests of harmony and courtesy, before making structural changes to pages that appear completed, please open a discussion and give the original author some time to review your proposals before you alter the look/layout of a completed page.
Whenever possible, please upload images that are in the .jpg (jpeg) format, since these are more space-efficient than .png files. Images should also be sized appropriately, so that they do not have to be re-sized via controls on the image display tags.
We need to figure out exactly how to add back-links to pages that are relevant, like the one at the top of the page.
Here is a start:
Here is a list of to-do items: