OrthodoxWiki talk:Community Portal
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I took off the 'To Do' list because so much of it was done - that's great! I just sent out an email to the OCA Clergy list soliciting contributions. More solicitations to come. FrJohn
Does anyone know how to add bookstores to the book list that comes up when you click on an ISBN number? It seems a little sparse right now. It would be great to add Orthodox sellers like light-n-life.com, svspress.com, eightdaybooks.com, and so on. FrJohn
- I was just going to do that, and I cannot determine where articles on priest, deacon, bishop, hieromonk, etc. should go. I was thinking an "Orders" subcat in "Ecclesiology". --Basil 20:05, 24 Jan 2005 (CST)
Methinks we ought to apportion this page into several discussion sub-pages, e.g., OrthodoxWiki:Meta Reflections, OrthodoxWiki:Suggestions (to be a renaming of Suggestions for future development), OrthodoxWiki:Administration, OrthodoxWiki:Help wanted, OrthodoxWiki:Categories, OrthodoxWiki:Free-for-all, etc. Comments? --Rdr. Andrew 09:10, 25 Jan 2005 (CST)
Hey, doesn't Wikipedia have a newsfeed? We've got to figure out how to do that too. That's something for the admin to do list... FrJohn 15:41, 25 Jan 2005 (CST)
- Never mind -- I found it. See Special:Newpages.
Skins and FAQs
I notice some skins (well, at least CologneBlue) prominently feature an OrthodoxWiki:FAQ page. Maybe we should think about this at some point in the future, or even just slip in a redirect to something appropriate. Fr. John
Was wondering if you would be intereseted in creating an IRC channel for the wiki. I am an avid WordPress user and have found their #wordpress IRC channel a very helpful addendum to their wiki Codex manual.
The channel could be used for sysops and users to basically do group chat and might help communication.
I know of several others that are using the IRC channel that Kevin Basil created called #orthodoxy, but it is registered with lplug.org. I personally think that freenode gets a lot more coverage. Anyways, let me know what you think.
--Joe Rodgers 00:17, 16 Jun 2005 (EDT)