StructuralWiki:Content and Structure
One of the most important goals, besides including high quality articles with complete references, is to properly categorize the content of Structural Wiki.
Structured content is maintained with the help of semantic markup, templates and semantic forms. Using standard ontologies, such as Dublin core, will enable to reuse the data outside of this wiki. The following are the main structured content types (each type will have its own form to add or edit an item):
- Software entry
- Software publisher
- Design code
- Data format
- Publications - especially publications describing computational analysis and design, setting up models, validating models, etc.
Additional structured content types (to be introduced later) may contain:
- regular wiki pages - pages dealing with a specific topic (term definition, design example)
- galleries - grouping of related picture or photographs
- portal pages - introduction for a given topic
Topics and Grouping of Pages
- overall concept (from general idea to specific, code-based treatment)
- design guidelines
- derivation of underlying equations
- construction procedures
- design examples
- sample drawings and details
- inspection procedures
All pages related to a topic will be interlinked by using navigation boxes to simplify navigation.
Navigation boxes are used to simplify navigation within a given topic.
Categories enable broader navigation over related wiki pages, not necessarily belonging to a given topic.
Templates are used to set up navigation boxes and other content.