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We've been having some fun discussions over the past couple months with people on each of the topical lists about what to name the new "top-level" pages where we're organizing. That means -- when posting activities, do they end up on /wiki/balloon-mapping or /wiki/aerial-photography? Do we use the older /wiki/spectrometer page, or the new one at /wiki/spectrometry? But we're hoping for even MOAR discussion!
Let's think about:
So far we've created drafts of:
When naming new pages, some things to consider are that names should be:
Looking ahead, we have more naming to do! There are some mismatched names:
We'd really like to hear from a wide selection of voices about naming! Please pile on in the comments! Thank you!
What about having a title and subtitle for some of these pages? To provide context and other recognizable titles.
E.g.: something like but not necessarily
"Multispectral Imaging /
Techniques to measure plant health, heat leakage, and other environmental concerns. /
Includes near-infrared photography and infragrams
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Yes! sounds great! I think we are trying to have that kind of language, could you try adding that to the top paragraph of https://publiclab.org/wiki/multispectral-imaging?
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