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* [[:Category:Wiki]] -- This category groups pages that deal with the state of this wiki or with general wiki culture.  
* [[:Category:Index]] -- Indexpages just collect pages that deal with a specific topic without that topic being discussed on the page itself. Please keep in mind that a [[Wiki Is A Flat Hierarchy|WikiIsAFlatHierarchy]]. That means that pages can be listed on several indices. Indexpages form nothing like a directory tree but are mere clusters for topics.
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* [[:Category:Index]] -- This category groups together index pages. Index pages just collect pages that deal with a specific topic without that topic being discussed on the page itself. Please keep in mind that a wiki is a flat hierarchy; that means that pages can be listed on several indices. Index pages form nothing like a directory tree but are mere clusters for topics.
  
 
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Revision as of 16:19, 2 March 2010

MusicBrainz wiki categories

Purpose

This page contains a list of established categories that should be used in the MusicBrainzWiki to categorize your WikiPages.

Attention.png This is a work in progress, some existing categories in WikiCategoriesDiscussion will be discussed and then will be moved here.

Wiki Categories

Documentation & Style

Products

  • Category:Affiliate -- This category groups all pages relating to our tagger affiliate program.

Community

WikiWardening

  • Category:Wiki -- This category groups pages that deal with the state of this wiki or with general wiki culture.
  • Category:Index -- This category groups together index pages. Index pages just collect pages that deal with a specific topic without that topic being discussed on the page itself. Please keep in mind that a wiki is a flat hierarchy; that means that pages can be listed on several indices. Index pages form nothing like a directory tree but are mere clusters for topics.