Web Content Management
The MFS Web Manager provides a framework and support for a decentralised web content management system known as "the Wiki". Organisers are responsible for updating pages that are related to their role, as listed in their Roles and Responsibilities.
Provide Updates for MFS Committee Approval:
Where organiser Roles and Responsibilities include "Provide Updates for MFS Committee Approval" on specified pages, organisers are requested to edit the pages shown, and email MFS Committee with an outline of the changes made, for MFS Committee approval.
All organisers are requested to Provide Updates for MFS Committee Approval on the following pages:
- Contact Details members-only contact details listing
- Contact Us Public Contacts
- MFS Roles and Responsibilities
All editors are encouraged to be bold, and if you see something that needs fixing, go ahead and fix it.
Every page should contain footer information about the web content management and status of the page, and so on. This will vary from page to page. There is not really any need to show "Status: Work In Progress" if the page contains information that is continuously updated. But a policy page might have "Status: Approved X Organising Team (Date)" or "Status: Draft for Comment". It's up to the web content manager to provide information that is useful to the reader at the end of your page.
Content Manager: End of Month Dance Organising Team (EOMDOT - please see '''[[Contact Us]]''' for current contact information) Status: Approved by EOMDOT 24 December 2012
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The category code is quite useful. Categories like MFS-EOMDOT allow you to get a list of all the pages for which you, or your successors or your team, have web content management responsibilities. You can use category codes any way you like, to allow you to group pages.
Any page can be in more than one category, for example:
Content Manager: End of Month Dance Organising Team (EOMDOT) and Bush Dance Group (BDG) - please see '''[[Contact Us]]''' for current contact information) Status: Approved EOMDOT 24Dec2012. Confirmed BDG 1Feb2013.
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Categories allow web content managers to obtain a list of all the pages that they are responsible for. For example:
Content Manager: MFS Committee. Confirmed by MFS Committee 7Oct14.Website Hosted by Ask Charly Leetham