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Welcome to the Programming Historian wiki!
This wiki contains instructions about best practices for developing the backend of The Programming Historian, as well as pages concerning policies agreed by the Editorial Board, and generally of use only to the project team. These documents are currently only available in English.
Making Technical Contributions to the website. This includes adding new pages, files, or otherwise adapting site content.
Service Integrations - a list of external services used in the running of the project, as well as details about those services and who administers them on behalf of the team.
- Neutral-Political-Policy - guidance on our policies regarding political or cultural statements.
- Onboarding-Checklist-for-New-Editors - if you are new to the project, please read this checklist and perform the tasks.
- Managing-Editor-Handover - guidance for the transition between Managing Editors.
- Additional Language Sub Teams Policy - information for anyone seeking to put together a new team focused on another language.
- Checklist-for-Sabbaticals - for members of the editorial board considering a sabbatical from the project.
- Things we pay for (and need budget for) - information on things we pay for at present (to consider when bidding for project funds that will link to the Programming Historian) and how we do so, e.g. mechanisms for purchasing promotional stickers.
- Brand Guidelines - information on logos, fonts, titles, etc.
Temporary Posts Held by Team Members
Some of our roles are filled on a September-September basis by members of the Editorial Team. The current team (2018-2019) filling these roles are:
- Maria José Afanador Llach - Spanish Managing Editor
- Anandi Silva Knuppel - English Managing Editor
- Anna-Maria Sichani - Meeting Chair
- Jennifer Isasi - Spanish Technical Review Editor
Up for Deprecation
pages that no longer serve an active purpose and that are being discussed for deletion
For more on wikis see the GitHub Guide on Mastering Wikis.