Help:Wiki University Missionary Tutorial Answers

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Home[edit | edit source]

Quick Quiz[edit | edit source]

  • Wiki missionary responsibilities include:
D. All of the above
  • We are responsible for the following:
D. All of the above

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Sandbox[edit | edit source]

Quick Quiz[edit | edit source]

  • Sandboxes are personal pages designed to be used for:
C. Practice on the Wiki

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User and Talk Page[edit | edit source]

Quick Quiz[edit | edit source]

  • A User page is a great place to get to know each other.
True
  • The way to get to your Talk page is through the left sidebar.
False
  • Talk pages are for learning what you like to talk about.
False

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Yammer[edit | edit source]

Quick Quiz[edit | edit source]

Which of the following are TRUE statements?

1. The Yammer screen shows you what groups you belong to.

2. The FamilySearch Wiki Missionary Group is a "closed" group.

3. You can access various pages through links found on the right sidebar.

4. Yammer is the main communication tool for Wiki missionaries.

Answer: A. All are true.

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MS Teams[edit | edit source]

Quick Quiz[edit | edit source]

  • MS Teams only records voices not images.
False
  • If you are not the scheduled presenter, the host has to give you the ball if you want to show what is on your screen.
False
  • Meetings can only be scheduled in the future, not right now.
False
  • Clicking on the ellipsis icon on the icon bar allows you select a full screen view on your computer.
True
  • There is no way to find out who is speaking in a meeting if you do not recognize their voice.
False
  • If you have a noisy dog, there is no way to keep others from hearing its barking.
False
  • You can only talk to individuals in a meeting, not send them a private message.
False

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Salesforce[edit | edit source]

Quick Quiz[edit | edit source]

  • All the question from patrons come to the Wiki Team in the Wiki.
False
  • Some cases have to be transferred to other teams.
True
  • We may need E-mail to ask the patron for more information.
True

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Salesforce Images[edit | edit source]

Quick Quiz[edit | edit source]

  • All the images from patrons must be approved for the Wiki before they can be used.
True
  • Some cases may need more information and we may have to email the patron for more information.
True
  • A copyrighted image can be placed in the Wiki.
True

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Special Pages[edit | edit source]

On the special pages page, which section do you go to in order to:

  • Look at blocked users?

D: None of the above

  • Change your password?

A: Users and rights

  • Upload an image?

C: Media reports and uploads

Reviewing recent changes is not a priority when patrolling the Wiki.

False

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Image Approval[edit | edit source]

  • Anyone can approve images for the wiki.
False
  • You can upload images even if they have a copyright restriction.
False
  • Only jpeg, png and pdf images can be accepted by the Wiki
False
  • There is no way to restrict the size of the image on a page
False
  • It is not ok to use the images of living people
True

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Patrolling Recent Changes Page[edit | edit source]

  • Text highlighted in orange on the left of the diff page represents the original wikitext code.
True
  • The changes in the text are in blue.
True
  • When you see the N it means the user is new to the Wiki.
False
  • The size of an edit is shown inside parentheses and may have a plus or minus front of it.
True
  • You can learn about a user if the user name is in red.
False
  • If no reason for the change is displayed, the user failed to type in a reason in the Summary box.
True

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Patrolling How To Patrol[edit | edit source]

  • If a "New" page meets with Wiki Standards, the patroller will click on [Mark as Patrolled] found at the top right side of the page.
False
  • In the following circumstances indicate whether you would (A) mark the article patrolled, (B) contact the user and follow-up, (C) post the article in Wiki 911, or (D) remove the changes myself. Note: There may be more than one correct answer.
1. The contributor made one edit and entered a link to a cosmetics site. (B:contact the user and follow-up, (D) remove the changes myself (optional), and A:mark the article patrolled)
2. The contributor added a good link but formatted it incorrectly and it is garbled. (B:contact the user and follow-up, A:mark the article patrolled))
3. A new contributor made 4 inappropriate edits in one day. (C:post the article in Wiki 911)

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Patrolling Common Issues[edit | edit source]

  • You need to be familiar with Wikitext to be able to fix coding problems on a page.
True
  • It's okay to place a space between the first word of a text and the left side of the page.
False
  • An occasional missing div tag is no big deal.
False
  • An occasional broken link is ok.
False
  • A page that is messed up may have a closing div tag missing.
True

In the Wiki:

  • A user may comment on an event in history to voice an opinion about it.
False
  • Biographies of historical figures or famous people are not allowed.
True
  • An article may link to a site that sells tee shirts for family reunions.
False
  • Using the word "ain't" is acceptable every once in a while.
False
  • All policies are etched in stone and cannot be changed.
False

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Patrolling Guide[edit | edit source]

What to look for when patrolling:

  • All links are black (working).
False
  • Some pages are handled differently than the mainstream. Which of the following should you not ignore?
B. Missouri Genealogy pages
  • Serious content problems always follow the special handling guidelines.
False
  • After commenting about a submission problem on a user's Talk page, what should you do?
B. Place a watch on the page
  • A person using derogatory statements should be banned immediately.
False

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Projects[edit | edit source]

  • Which of these types of charts will you visit, when getting involved in a project?

D. All of the above

  • Wiki projects might seem daunting, but you can receive help from your mentor, any other wiki missionary, and a weekly Projects Meeting.
True
  • You can change to a different project whenever you like.
True
  • If you make a mistake on a Wiki project you will be publicly humiliated and severely whipped!
FALSE

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Other Maintenance[edit | edit source]

  • The only maintenance you need to worry about is what is assigned to you by your supervisor.
False
  • Anyone can work on Administrative Maintenance.
False
  • No knowledge of the subject matter of any of the articles is required to work on General Maintenance and Cleanup.
True
  • Any number over 10 in the number of items needs our immediate attention.
False
  • There is no help available for working on any of the items in these tables.
False

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Maintenance Templates[edit | edit source]

Exercises[edit | edit source]

  • Place a Maintenance Flag on your sandbox page for a copyright violation.
  • Your sandbox Talk page edit box should read:
{{Copyright}} Category:Copyright problems An explanation, such as: In the first section, the writer quotes extensively material about the history of the country, which seems to be written by someone else. I am unable to identify the author.
  • After saving the edit, you should see:

Your explanation, such as: In the first section, the writer quotes extensively material about the history of the country, which seems to be written by someone else. I am unable to identify the author.

Category:Copyright problems


  • When placing a maintenance template, you:
C. You type the reason you are placing the template after a pipe that follows the name of the template.
  • To place a maintenance flag, you add the appropriate wikitext to the Talk Page of the article.
True
  • It is just fine if you only put the wikitext on the Talk Page and add no other explanation.
False
  • If no other flag seems to fit the problem, feel free to use the "I am looking for help!"
True
  • A diligent and effective missionary should memorize all the available maintenance flags, reviewing them on a daily basis.
False

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My Shift[edit | edit source]

  • We were all asked to do 30 or more hours a week.
False
  • The three main areas we report on each month are our Patrolling, our Meetings and Training, and our Projects.
True
  • Make a sample plan that could work for you.

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Signatures[edit | edit source]

  • If you do not want the receiver of your comment to see your user name, you use four tildes
False
  • If you only want the time and date to be displayed you use five tildes.
True
  • If you only want your user name to appear you use three tildes.
True
  • The receiver of your comment can e-mail you back if you use five tildes for your signature
False

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