OLPC talk:Featured content

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OLPC:Featured content (including OLPC:Brilliant pages) needs a set of processes for various types of content. Pages that feed it, including OLPC:Peer review and specific sister pages OLPC:project review and OLPC:website review, could use guidelines for various types of pages and content — what makes for a brilliant piece of writing or documentation, how to assess quality in an activity or collection.

I would like to propose starting with a very simple process, for identifying "good pages", "good projects" (including "good bundles"), "good sites", and "good ideas".

good pages
anyone can add a page on this wiki as being 'good' - they should tag its talk page with Template:Goodpage and add it to the appropriate category/section on that page
good projects
anyone can add a project from projects, contributors, activities or collections as being 'good' - they should tag its talk page with Template:Goodproject and add it to the appropriate category/section on that page
good sites
actually a set of subpages by category containing individual urls considered 'good'... some will be large enough or important enough to have their own page for the project/org responsible for the site.
good ideas
anyone can add an idea from the various kinds of ideas as being 'good' - they should tag its section with Template:Goodidea and add a section deeplink to the appropriate subpage of OLPC:good ideas by category.

Thoughts and comments appreciated.

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