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Cheatsheets and reference cards[edit]

  1. These 2 files need to be kept coordinated, if any changes are made to one of them:
  2. This page needs to be updated, and needs its purpose to be more clearly defined (mainly for poster-size printing?):
  3. This page needs to be updated:
  4. And this is the widely-linked English Wikipedia cheatsheet, that the editmode link "Editing help (opens in new window)" points to:

Hopefully that's helpful. Feel free to further annotate the list, or move this comment elsewhere, as needed. Quiddity 20:02, 8 October 2010 (UTC)[reply]


Hello, when translations of Bookshelf materials come into life, it will be necessary to have adaptions of this page. How will we do that, in a similar way as on Commons? --Ziko 18:56, 24 October 2010 (UTC)[reply]

Source files[edit]

This proposal is relevant to keeping source files available on Wikimedia Commons for all bookshelf materials: Commons:Restricted uploads. Please comment there -- we need to find a solution that works for keeping files like Scribus sources available.--Eloquence 01:18, 25 November 2010 (UTC)[reply]

I agree. Commenting there too! 06:15, 21 January 2011 (UTC)[reply]
We're using as a temporary repository for restricted filetypes until we have a better solution.--Eloquence 23:48, 21 January 2011 (UTC)[reply]

page counts?[edit]

Thanks! Page counts for each item would be helpful to give folks a sense for how big each one is. File sizes vary so much with the size of graphics. --NealMcB

Wikibooks and Wikiversity[edit]

Why has this project ignored or not been coordinated with Wikibooks and Wikiversity? Seems to me like the printed and online material should be available at Wikibooks in wiki text form to encourage anyone to help improve and maintain them, and the videos should be available as part of some course at Wikiversity. --Darklama 10:11, 17 January 2011 (UTC)[reply]

Where can I find the xcfs?[edit]

We need the xcfs of these materials for cheap mass printing for a Wikipedia mashup in first week February. From where can these be downloaded? 06:19, 21 January 2011 (UTC)[reply]

Which specific materials? I just fixed the link for the Welcome2Wikipedia sources, which is a Scribus resource. Frank has the sources for many of the remaining PDFs.--Eloquence 23:51, 21 January 2011 (UTC)[reply]

Pamphlets/handouts for WMAU[edit]

Hi! I'm not sure how this works, so rather than jump in and stuff it up, I thought I'd mention that I'm working on some pamphlets for Wikimedia Australia. The aim is to create some basic info sheets to hand out at talks or events about different projects, with a bit of a focus on the less well-known ones. I have a draft of one for Commons uploaded at File:Wikimedia_Commons_WMAU.pdf. The design is something I'm working on for a consistent WMAU look-and-feel across publications, and it is intended to work as an A4 double-sided sheet or as a double-folded A4 pamphlet, so the banner is intended to take up a third of the page and to potentially work when in landscape or portrait. I'm not sure if it is of any interest here, but if there is anything I can (or should) do just let me know. - Bilby 08:47, 21 January 2011 (UTC)[reply]