The aim of this page is to provide a focal point for anything which can help the EVOKE community collaborate more effectively. Please add anything you think may be useful!
Community Collaboration Building Project
A project team has formed to help expand the Evoke network's collaboration tools. The purpose of the project is to create, improve, and promote community collaboration tools. The project leader is, Evoke [Agent] and Mentor, Andrew Perry, who is also maintaining the project homepage.
Thus far, the action steps for project include:
Create - Page templates and content on the evoke wiki. (this was suggested in a discussion (here)
Improve - Community tagging standards (bellow)
A list of EVOKE-themed facebook groups :
Facebook can be used for:
- mass messaging (to all members of a group)
- organizing events
- sharing links/pictures/videos on the wall
Standardised Tag System
This grew from the following discussion thread: . So the idea is to start a standard list of tags to make clustering of similar or related content more effective than it is currently.
The suggested format is to keep the Game related tags as UPPERCASE (for Missions etc), but switch everything else to ThisFormat (so no space between words and each word with a capital letter). Avoiding spaces prevents the tags being listed separately and should make searching more accurate.
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