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Hey Brian, wait up on the succession boxes for World Records. S-inc, for example, isn't ideal for indicating the current world record holder. We first need to modify those templates or make a separate one for records. [[User:Macky|Macky]] 19:45, 9 May 2012 (EDT)
 
Hey Brian, wait up on the succession boxes for World Records. S-inc, for example, isn't ideal for indicating the current world record holder. We first need to modify those templates or make a separate one for records. [[User:Macky|Macky]] 19:45, 9 May 2012 (EDT)
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Here are more things you can help with, though I can't give clear directions. Kenneth set up a nice [[Category:Cubing Resources]] a while back, but I'm trying to set up parallel categorization systems that are closer to Wikipedia's; see e.g. [[Category:Contents]], [[Category:Cubers]], further classifications therein, and going up to [[Category:People]] and [[Category:Main topic classifications]]. I think moving existing articles into this hierarchy will also tell us what other articles should be created. Some starting points:
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* recapitalize all of Kenneth's categories (e.g. Cubing Resources -> Cubing resources)
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* create "Category:WCA events" (not the same as puzzles). Maybe there should be a parent-category to include non-WCA events as well, but [[Category:Events]] already exists (currently only contains competitions, but there are other uses).
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Just some things to think about. [[User:Macky|Macky]] 23:06, 18 May 2012 (EDT)

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Hey Brian, wait up on the succession boxes for World Records. S-inc, for example, isn't ideal for indicating the current world record holder. We first need to modify those templates or make a separate one for records. Macky 19:45, 9 May 2012 (EDT)

Here are more things you can help with, though I can't give clear directions. Kenneth set up a nice a while back, but I'm trying to set up parallel categorization systems that are closer to Wikipedia's; see e.g.,, further classifications therein, and going up to and. I think moving existing articles into this hierarchy will also tell us what other articles should be created. Some starting points:

  • recapitalize all of Kenneth's categories (e.g. Cubing Resources -> Cubing resources)
  • create "Category:WCA events" (not the same as puzzles). Maybe there should be a parent-category to include non-WCA events as well, but already exists (currently only contains competitions, but there are other uses).

Just some things to think about. Macky 23:06, 18 May 2012 (EDT)