Requirements/Wiki

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<li>All team pages, images, documents and code must be hosted on the <a href="http://2014.igem.org/Special:Upload"> 2014.igem.org server</a>.
<li>All team pages, images, documents and code must be hosted on the <a href="http://2014.igem.org/Special:Upload"> 2014.igem.org server</a>.
* We preserve all iGEM content on our own servers so future teams can learn from what you have done. When you store content on your own sites or servers, after time the following can happen:
* We preserve all iGEM content on our own servers so future teams can learn from what you have done. When you store content on your own sites or servers, after time the following can happen:
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<li> FLASH is not permitted on the iGEM 2014 websites. See image above in 1.  
<li> FLASH is not permitted on the iGEM 2014 websites. See image above in 1.  
*''Note:'' Adobe flash is 100% proprietary and you can't view the source like you can with our wiki.  We chose wikis for teams to build their projects so the source code would be available for future teams, to build on the concept of open source.  Flash can also be hosted on external sites and we want 100% of the content of our wikis to be on our wikis.
*''Note:'' Adobe flash is 100% proprietary and you can't view the source like you can with our wiki.  We chose wikis for teams to build their projects so the source code would be available for future teams, to build on the concept of open source.  Flash can also be hosted on external sites and we want 100% of the content of our wikis to be on our wikis.
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<li> All team pages on the iGEM Wiki must be in the team:namespace.
<li> All team pages on the iGEM Wiki must be in the team:namespace.
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<li> The team's project description must be documented on their iGEM Team Wiki by the '''[http://2014.igem.org/Calendar_of_Events deadline]'''. The project description should be 1-3 paragraphs and only needs to include an up-to-date explanation of the project.</li>
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<li> The team's project description must be documented on their iGEM Team Wiki by the <a href="http://2014.igem.org/Calendar_of_Events"> deadline</a>. The project description should be 1-3 paragraphs and only needs to include an up-to-date explanation of the project.</li>
<li> All pages of a team wiki must be in the team's namespace.</li>
<li> All pages of a team wiki must be in the team's namespace.</li>
<li> The team's wiki must include a link to the completed Safety form and an attributions section.</li>
<li> The team's wiki must include a link to the completed Safety form and an attributions section.</li>

Revision as of 21:27, 7 February 2014

Please note that all information on this page is in a draft version. Please check back often for details.

Wiki requirements for iGEM 2014:
  1. All team pages, images, documents and code must be hosted on the 2014.igem.org server. * We preserve all iGEM content on our own servers so future teams can learn from what you have done. When you store content on your own sites or servers, after time the following can happen:
  2. FLASH is not permitted on the iGEM 2014 websites. See image above in 1. *''Note:'' Adobe flash is 100% proprietary and you can't view the source like you can with our wiki. We chose wikis for teams to build their projects so the source code would be available for future teams, to build on the concept of open source. Flash can also be hosted on external sites and we want 100% of the content of our wikis to be on our wikis.
  3. The team's project description must be documented on their iGEM Team Wiki by the deadline. The project description should be 1-3 paragraphs and only needs to include an up-to-date explanation of the project.
  4. All pages of a team wiki must be in the team's namespace.
  5. The team's wiki must include a link to the completed Safety form and an attributions section.
  6. All iGEM Team Wikis must include the iGEM header. All wiki pages must preserve the user editing menu (notifications, username, messages, history, edit). In the case where the user heading is not visible, an automatic heading will be overlaid on top of the wiki page(s) where the heading is missing.