posted on May, 14 2008 @ 04:47 PM
Congratulations on some very nice initiatives you have taken lately, and on the good work.
Some minor style input: All tinWiki articles should
begin with a full sentence that immediately describes the object named in the title. Example of a correct first sentence: "Hillary Rodham Clinton is
a junior United States Senator from New York." On a side note, in biographies, it's a common practice to put the birth and death dates inside
parantheses immediately after the name of the person.
All through a tinWiki article, each new sub-topic in the article gets a proper header (formatting: put the header on its own line, put two equal signs
to the left and two equal signs to the right of the header). New sub-topics (sub-sub-topics) under a sub-topic, get their own proper lower-level
header (formatting: three equal signs instead of two). Horizontal rules (divider lines) should basically not be used. And a final such input, that's
more a policy thing than it is about style, I guess, is that all images used should be added to the
image description page
. Here are the adding instructions (pasted in from that
1. To add an image please click here.
2. Enter an image title as the subject/headline.
3. Place the image URL in the field.
4. Write the image's copyright status below URL.
5. Enter further description you may want to include.
6. Be sure to finish your message with your signature by typing ~~~~ or by using the signature button in the editing toolbar.
This is some input that I came to think of when looking at some of the articles you have contributed. Keep up the good work. You have definitely
improved tinWiki lately.