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*** [[:Category:Relationship Class]] - Pages providing documentation about (a particular) Relationship Class:
 
*** [[:Category:Relationship Class]] - Pages providing documentation about (a particular) Relationship Class:
 
**** [[:Category:Alternative Version Relationship Class]]
 
**** [[:Category:Alternative Version Relationship Class]]
**** [[:Category:Business Association Relationship Class]]
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**** [[:Category:Biographical Relationship Class]]
***** [[:Category:Contract Relationship Class]]
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***** [[:Category:Business Association Relationship Class]]
***** [[:Category:Business to Business Relationship Class]]
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****** [[:Category:Contract Relationship Class]]
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****** [[:Category:Business to Business Relationship Class]]
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***** [[:Category:Personal Association Relationship Class]]
 
**** [[:Category:Compilation Relationship Class]]
 
**** [[:Category:Compilation Relationship Class]]
 
***** [[:Category:Compiled Material Relationship Class]]
 
***** [[:Category:Compiled Material Relationship Class]]
 
***** [[:Category:Compiling Artist Role Relationship Class]]
 
***** [[:Category:Compiling Artist Role Relationship Class]]
 
**** [[:Category:Composition Relationship Class]]
 
**** [[:Category:Composition Relationship Class]]
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**** [[:Category:Discontinued Relationship Class]]
 
**** [[:Category:External Resource Relationship Class]]
 
**** [[:Category:External Resource Relationship Class]]
 
***** [[:Category:External Information Relationship Class]]
 
***** [[:Category:External Information Relationship Class]]
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***** [[:Category:Get Music Relationship Class]]
 
***** [[:Category:Get Music Relationship Class]]
 
**** [[:Category:Musical Association Relationship Class]]
 
**** [[:Category:Musical Association Relationship Class]]
**** [[:Category:NGS Upgrade Relationship Class]]
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**** [[:Category:NGS Upgrade Relationship Class]]  
**** [[:Category:Performance Relationship Class]]
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**** [[:Category:Performance Relationship Class]]  
**** [[:Category:Personal Association Relationship Class]]
 
 
**** [[:Category:Production Relationship Class]]
 
**** [[:Category:Production Relationship Class]]
 
***** [[:Category:Engineer Relationship Class]]
 
***** [[:Category:Engineer Relationship Class]]
 
**** [[:Category:Remix Relationship Class]]
 
**** [[:Category:Remix Relationship Class]]
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***** [[:Category:Remixed Material Relationship Class]]
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***** [[:Category:Remixing Artist Role Relationship Class]]
 
*** [[:Category:Relationship Family]] - Pages providing documentation about (a particular) Relationship Family; redundant ones are redirected to their inverse (Release Label redirects to Label Release, etc.).  NGS is already supported, as these are auto-assigned via template.  The invalid family categories (due to redundancy) are listed on the talk page.
 
*** [[:Category:Relationship Family]] - Pages providing documentation about (a particular) Relationship Family; redundant ones are redirected to their inverse (Release Label redirects to Label Release, etc.).  NGS is already supported, as these are auto-assigned via template.  The invalid family categories (due to redundancy) are listed on the talk page.
 
**** '''Current Entities'''
 
**** '''Current Entities'''

Revision as of 13:32, 17 March 2010

Purpose

This page contains a list of established categories that should be used in the MusicBrainz Wiki to categorize your wiki pages.

Attention.png This is a work in progress; some existing categories in Talk:Wiki Categories will be discussed and then moved here.

Wiki Categories

Documentation & Style

Products

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

Community

WikiWardening

  • 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.