[wp-docs] Sigs on Articles
carthik at gmail.com
Fri Mar 11 22:08:42 GMT 2005
There has been no formal statement of when to name names on the Codex,
so it's pretty much depending upon the page author's wish. I
personally do not like to see people names on pages saying "This page
was created by XYZ" for obvious reasons.
Links to external sites could have the names in them, which, in my
opinion is better than a generic "see for more..." link text, since
there is some differentiation between links and some additional
information as to who wrote the page (more semantic and all that jazz)
On Fri, 11 Mar 2005 13:49:44 -0800, Michael D. Adams <mikea at turbonet.com> wrote:
> I'm assuming we don't want people's names on articles, unless it's a
> fairly substantial credit:
> "...lead developers Ryan Boren and Matt Mullenweg..."
> "... see Podz' excellent tutorial..."
> crediting plugin/theme authors
> That sort of thing seems fine.
> A "for more information" link to external discussion (either on the
> forums or their site or ...) is more appropriate for smaller notes.
> Anyone Disagree?
> Do we have some rubric to decide when to credit individuals/when not to?
> PS: I know, [[The Loop#Advanced Use]]. It's a stopgap until it can be
> fixed up better (or is that "substantial" enough to be credited?)
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