Policy for Events Listed on the Official Page
This has been tracked in 646150.
The event.form (r1.10) has the following structure:
<define-tag abbr>CHOOSE AN ABBREVIATION</define-tag> <define-tag year>YEAR</define-tag> <define-tag pagetitle>TITLE</define-tag> <define-tag where>LOCATION, COUNTRY</define-tag> <define-tag startdate>YYYY-MM-DD</define-tag> <define-tag enddate>YYYY-MM-DD</define-tag> <define-tag infolink>LINK or empty</define-tag> <define-tag coord>MAIN COORDINATOR or "none"</define-tag> <define-tag intro> Put a description of what the event is.. in broad terms </define-tag> <define-tag involve> Put a description of what debian is doing for this event here </define-tag> #use wml::debian::event #Related Links here (free form)
The explanation for each tag is the following:
- an unique abbreviation for future references, e.g. for "Paris Debian Bug Squashing Party" it could be "Paris-DebBSP".
LucaCapello: should not this be the same as the filename plus the year?
year / startdate / enddate
when the event is taking place, with full ISO_8601 date notation.
LucaCapello: is not year superfluos, given that it is already present in startdate?
the name of the event, which will be shown also in the event page.
- the physical location as "CITY [(STATE_ABBREVIATED)] COUNTRY" (information in brackets are optional).
- "[PHYSICAL_LOCATION,] CITY [(STATE_ABBREVIATED)], COUNTRY, GPS_COORDINATES"
- where more information could be found, e.g. a wiki page. If empty, the tag will not be shown.
- the person responsible, e.g. the one to whom questions could be asked. "none" is also accepted.