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So how about we just use <category> tag, and let it list every category and every page?
 
So how about we just use <category> tag, and let it list every category and every page?
 
Just like this.
 
Just like this.
 
  
 
<categorytree mode=pages style="float:right; clear:right; margin-left:1ex; border:1px solid gray; padding:0.7ex; background-color:eeeeee;">Categories</categorytree>
 
<categorytree mode=pages style="float:right; clear:right; margin-left:1ex; border:1px solid gray; padding:0.7ex; background-color:eeeeee;">Categories</categorytree>
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::: Coolcat, please respond to this discussion on [[Talk:Openmoko Wiki Official Index Page | the article's own talk page]]. I have already said there, that the [[Category overview]] has done something very similar to this and therefore this category-based attempt is obsolete. --[[User:Kbjorgensen|KB Jørgensen]] 07:42, 10 September 2008 (UTC)

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Hi, I had to rollback the index page. For not every new page will put on right category. But new page will put on this page routinely.

coolcat

Previous comment does not make sense to me. If it is a reply to Template_talk:Hardware, I suggest it should be placed on the same page. MinhHaDuong 08:12, 5 September 2008 (UTC)

It seems coolcat reverted alot of my work on the index page. It also seems coolcat doesn't think new articles will be put in the right categories and that the index page will be better updated manually.
I think you're wrong, coolcat. I'd argue that it's easier to add pages to categories, it's easier to maintain and gives more possibilities. I'll admit that the index page wasn't quite perfect yet, but it was getting there and it was already better than before.
I'm going to put my page back and i think this discussion is better suited on the article's own talk page as this shouldn't be about me, but about the article itself. Coolcat, i would very much like to hear your comments and arguments and even more so from other people, to determine if i'm the only one with this opinion.
--KB Jørgensen 12:24, 5 September 2008 (UTC)
If everytime people add a new page, and add the category to this page. Then we can use <category> tag, and everypages can listed by its category automatically. But , not eveypage has category. That's why I roll back this page.

So how about we just use <category> tag, and let it list every category and every page? Just like this.


Coolcat, please respond to this discussion on the article's own talk page. I have already said there, that the Category overview has done something very similar to this and therefore this category-based attempt is obsolete. --KB Jørgensen 07:42, 10 September 2008 (UTC)
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Hi, I had to rollback the index page. For not every new page will put on right category. But new page will put on this page routinely.

coolcat

Previous comment does not make sense to me. If it is a reply to Template_talk:Hardware, I suggest it should be placed on the same page. MinhHaDuong 08:12, 5 September 2008 (UTC)

It seems coolcat reverted alot of my work on the index page. It also seems coolcat doesn't think new articles will be put in the right categories and that the index page will be better updated manually.
I think you're wrong, coolcat. I'd argue that it's easier to add pages to categories, it's easier to maintain and gives more possibilities. I'll admit that the index page wasn't quite perfect yet, but it was getting there and it was already better than before.
I'm going to put my page back and i think this discussion is better suited on the article's own talk page as this shouldn't be about me, but about the article itself. Coolcat, i would very much like to hear your comments and arguments and even more so from other people, to determine if i'm the only one with this opinion.
--KB Jørgensen 12:24, 5 September 2008 (UTC)
If everytime people add a new page, and add the category to this page. Then we can use <category> tag, and everypages can listed by its category automatically. But , not eveypage has category. That's why I roll back this page.

So how about we just use <category> tag, and let it list every category and every page? Just like this.


Coolcat, please respond to this discussion on the article's own talk page. I have already said there, that the Category overview has done something very similar to this and therefore this category-based attempt is obsolete. --KB Jørgensen 07:42, 10 September 2008 (UTC)