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User:Dan Polansky

Dan Polansky is a user of Wikibooks, and a contributor to Wiktionary.

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en-3 This user can read and write fluently in English.
de-2 Dieser Benutzer hat fortgeschrittene Deutschkenntnisse.
ru-1 Этот участник владеет русским языком на начальном уровне.
sk-1 Tento redaktor má základné znalosti slovenčiny.
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AdminsEdit

See also Wikibooks:Administrators

BooksEdit

BookshelfEdit

CapitalizationEdit

Capitalization of sections: no policy. See also Wikibooks:Reading room/Assistance#Capitalization_of_sections.

Capitalization of sections in featured books
Featured book Capitalization of sections Note
Rhetoric and Composition title case
Special Relativity sentence case
Lucid Dreaming mixed, mostly sentence case
Guitar title case
C_Sharp_Programming mixed, mostly sentence case
Anatomy and Physiology of Animals title case
Basic Physics of Nuclear Medicine title case

CategoryEdit

  • Each book chapter should be placed into a category sharing the name with the book. {{chapter navigation}} does it automatically. Alternative: {{BookCat}}.

DeletionEdit

Featured booksEdit

Featured books:

FormattingEdit

Table formatting
Formatting Note
class: prettytable
class: wikitable Looks just like prettytable. Looks differently from wikipedia.
{{prettytable}} Looks just like the two above.

IconsEdit

  • {{done}} - Yes check.svg Done
  • Person's position:
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InclusionEdit

Inclusion criteria, on original research: WB:WIW.

IndexEdit

LinksEdit

MovingEdit

  • To move a whole book: TODO.

NavigationEdit

NotesEdit

  • TOC
  • TOC title
    • "Contents" - preferred per WB:MOS
    • ""Table of contents"
  • Contributors
    • Where to put them?
    • None - LaTeX, and some other featured books.
    • Javascript/Appendices/List of Contributors

PoliciesEdit

Policy Description Note
WB:PAG Guide to the policies and guidelines that are generally accepted and considered important — even essential — by the project's founders and community.
WB:MOS - Manual of Style
  1. Titling
  2. Structure
    1. Title pages
    2. Main pages
    3. Print versions
    4. Internal
      1. Linking
      2. Headers
  3. Content layout
    1. Mathematics
      1. HTML guidelines
      2. Display guidelines
    2. Footnotes and references
Category:Wikibooks policies Category of policies
Wikibooks:Bookshelves On how to manage bookshelves. Rather rudimentary.
Wikibooks:Naming policy How to name books and chapters, using "/". Seems to use title case. Naming of sections seems to be missing.
Using_Wikibooks/The_Wikibooks_Writer Guide

Print versionEdit

RoomsEdit

RulesEdit

  • Book chapters have no categories, only the books; they have the one category named exactly same as the book.
  • Do not create two-paragraph stubs or placeholders of books. If you want to create a book, do it in a greater scope to get it started. A link to a policy is missing.

TemplatesEdit

Templates: