Template:Workpage

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| style="padding-left:1em;" | This is a [[:Category:Workpages|workpage]], a collection of material and work in progress that may or may not be incorporated into the article. It should not necessarily be considered factual or authoritative, yet. '''You are welcome to help us work on, expand, and clean up this page.''' Or, if you prefer, you can present your ideas on the [[{{TALKPAGENAME}}|talk page]].
| style="padding-left:1em;" | This is a [[:Category:Workpages|workpage]], a collection of material and work in progress that may or may not be incorporated into the article. It should not necessarily be considered factual or authoritative, yet. '''You are welcome to help us work on, expand, and clean up this page.''' Or, if you prefer, you can present your ideas on the [[{{TALKPAGENAME}}|talk page]].
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Revision as of 23:55, June 2, 2007

This is a workpage, a collection of material and work in progress that may or may not be incorporated into the article. It should not necessarily be considered factual or authoritative, yet. You are welcome to help us work on, expand, and clean up this page. Or, if you prefer, you can present your ideas on the talk page.

Usage

The Workpage template is a maintenance template for use on pages that are under construction, primarily by administrators (sysops).

  • Unlike the Expand template, which would work well on Scouting-related articles,
  • the workpage template is better suited for wiki use or site guidance pages that we are building.

The idea is, once a workpage becomes clean enough for a beauracrat's approval, the workpage template can be removed. Bearing this distinction in mind, registered users are certainly free to edit workpages.

Notes

  • Where ever this template is placed, you can click on the workpage reference to view a self-updating list (category pages do that) of pages that currently have this template in use on them.
  • Also within this template, the reference to the "talk page" actually points to the specific talk page relative to where the template is invoked.

See also

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