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The wiki can be used to document your project. This may be for your own reference or to aid communication on a collaborative project. It can also be helpful and inspiring to other members.
Documenting your Project
If you want to share your project with the world, the wiki is a great place to do just that. A project can be documented in any way you like! There are no hard and fast rules for how a project page should be written; its entirely up to you. If you're unsure where to start we've prepare a "Boiler Plate" that you can start filling in. Simply copy and paste the template onto your new page and away you go!
Some pointers towards writing a good page:
- Lots of images are great and can be used to show things that would be hard to write about.
- Include details such as where you bought materials from.
- If you don't want to write reams, that's not a problem. Just a picture of the finished product is ok.
At any time our members are working on lots of different projects; Many will not be documented on the wiki. Of those that are, these In Progress projects have been updated recently:
|Recently changed articles in Category:Projects (in progress)|
List of abbreviations:
20 August 2019
10 July 2019
Here are some of our cool projects that have wiki pages! Feel free to add any projects to this gallery by uploading an image and linking to it here :)
Adding projects to the wiki
The Project Infobox can be added by following the instructions on the template - Template:Project.
Using the project infobox will sort out all of the categories for you. If you need help with this you can ask in the #wiki channel on Slack.
Projects Looking for Collaborators
Not sure what you want to work on? Need some help getting motivated? Or maybe you have a project that needs multiple participants to be completed. Projects can be tagged using the project template to say they're looking for collaborators.
A full list of projects actively looking for collaboration can be found here: Category:Looking for Collaborators