back to ImcUk
Since the ImcUk
Twiki is getting more and more complex, I went through all the pages and collected links to other uk twiki pages.
In twiki, every page is technically on the same level - no subfolders. we are creating a logical structure by linking every new page back to another overview page - or to imc uk. In this list of contents, only the "wikiwords" (= at least 2 Capitals,like ImcUk
)are twiki pages - others are websites, links to emails, or just the titles as they appear on the Twiki page one level above.
Now that we have migrated to mir, a lot of the content of UkMovingToMir
links to resources and workspaces on the migration of the imc uk website from Active to MIR
Post Migration things to do (18 June 2003)
includes instructions on how to moderate newswire and features.
some guidelines on what
may need to be moderated and how to do it
lets us discuss and work on the texts to go up on the new IMC UK portal. The page is designed to develop proposals amongst imc groups in the network, which then go to the process or network lists.
Archiving irc meetings, minutes and important emails, preparing meetings
(Preparing agendas and practical things)
Minutes of previous meetings
timeline of things to do before and after the migration, to do lists. Lots of this can probably go to the tech archive, other parts are a documentation for further reference.
provides tools to interface between imc uk collectives/ techs/ designers/ admin people. It includes a wishlist.
displays snapshots of existing imc sites, some new designs and useful hints.
screenshot of the old imc uk active page with a legend specifies names for its elements (like publish button, logo etc) (move to Archive?)
a grid displays all elements from the IMC UK active page and the IMC UK mir page. The grid was also a proposal for how the elements could be arranged on the Mir site.
A table -> move to Archive or delete
for troubleshooting on Mac Browsers (move to Archive?)
info and resources
This section of the page has info on the proposed RSS feed that will be generated by the UK IMC site.
Mir has the ability to import RSS feeds, so, for example we could
have boxes with HTML formatted feeds from other sites on the following pages.
How to set up Regional Pages
how to classify articles from the "Active" UK site for your regional UK IMC (for archive)
workflow of cvs, the admin interface and code changing
Learning Curve of the imc uk migration to mir (Documentation)
building the United Kollektives, shared projects, collaborative reporting, links to regional twikis and regional projects (radio, video...)
Wiki pages of regional "United Kollektives":
Uk Network Projects
Uk Regional Projects (radio, video, offline, screenings...)
in the top navigation bar of the imc-uk startpage. Lists the imc groups that are part of the UK network.
explains Working Practices in the United Kollectives (Document)
Workflow and uk/global collaboration in reporting major events
Archive of network-building
is documenting the development of a new imc process in the UK
developing a rota for features and newswire work)
what you need to know to help out - for both techies and non-techies!
about the website (cvs, templates etc)
tech reference documents
What files to change for your regional UK IMC
Details of CVS - setup and workflow
All the steps taken to move to MIR
Web design standards and resources
flyers, posters, graphics and texts)
collection of logos and graphics
a flyer to encourage people who are taking pictures, recording audio / video, making notes etc to post to and get involved in Indymedia
page on uk site for downloading pdf copies of 'Offline', a paper print publication highlighting stories from the website
Xpress files, pictures and Mac fonts of past offlines
Sheffield outreach leaflets
'workpads' for collaboration on feature stories on the IMC UK startpage
weekly hour long show on resonance fm 104.4
UkRadioLondonSchedule (schedule of shows, rotas, content plans etc)
contains old stuff on active, the code we used b4 MIR. Plus some outdated material
UkWebDocuments (contact page, editorial guidelines, features listinfo, intro text above publish form, mission statement) - out of date, new versions at UkMirWebDocs.
a page for people to practice using twiki
- 24 Jun 2003