I am very interested by this. Would you be willing to open it up for collaborative efforts with other users? Perhaps expanding/adding to the already stated topics, or createing a more detailed section for each. I think this may evolve in to another "new hire manual" section, if it grows as well as i am hoping it will.
Date: 19 Aug 2009 16:58
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I actually wrote this on a whim at 1 AM, and it's really just the two main points I tell people when they ask for critiques on IRC.
This looks like it could be quite helpful. I know I probably will end up running my next SCP through this before I post it (not sure if it'll help, but it can't hurt too much). Thank you for putting it up, and I'll keep an eye out for any changes to it.
I really dislike most of this. To me, it makes it feel too much like a process, do this this and this, and you end up with an SCP. I prefer to leave such things open ended.
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I'm still not clear after reading this and looking at the referred entries what "collaborative contribution log" actually means. Can that be clarified, please?
Basically, a collaborative contribution log is an SCP test results log that is open for new entries written by anyone, not just the creator of the page.
They are tagged with "collaboration", and can be searched as so: http://www.scp-wiki.net/system:page-tags/tag/collaboration#pages
Apart from the age bit, which seems like an unnecessary personal diatribe, this essay holds up pretty well in the broad strokes. If you're looking for layout tips and tricks you could do a heck of a lot worse than this.
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