In order to add projects to Catalogue 22 you must create both Wikiversity and Wikimedia Commons; Both accounts are free (and you can set up the same username for both) and take about 1 minute a piece to set up, just follow the instructions. Once you have both accounts created and you are logged in we are ready to start adding content!
The process of adding content to Catalogue 22 requires the addition of a textual description of the project, as well as a relevant image (please choose one image per project only). Wikimedia Comons, as a host for all types of media, is where project images are stored (under the category Catalogue 22) and following that, a Wikiversity page can be created which houses all the relevant information.
Current Carleton Architecture Students can upload their work to the "Catalogue 22" folder in Shareme and we will add their work to Catalogue 22 on their behalf.
From the Wikimedia Commons Main Page, select "Upload file."
Follow the directions provided, clicking "Select a media file to share" and locate the project file on your hard drive.
When the upload is completed, select continue.
Next, select the appropriate licencing option.
Next, add a description for the project following this template:
Designer: YOUR NAME/GROUP NAMES
Degree: DURING PROJECT
Year: PROJECT COMPLETED
Location of Project: GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION
Status: UNBUILT, IN PROGRESS OR BUILT
See Also: [[wikiversity:Catalogue_22| Catalogue 22]]
Be sure to include the "See Also" tag to link to Catalogue 22 Wikiversity page. Also ensure that you add the image to the category: Catalogue 22
The next page displays a link to the image, please note the File:YOUR FILE NAME.jpg as you will need it for Wikiversity
This is what the completed Wikimedia Commons page looks like.
Using the Search Bar in the top right corner of the Wikiversity page search the title of your project to determine if there is already an article with the same name.
If a page does not already exist select "Create the page YOUR PROJECT NAME on this wiki?"
This takes you to a page with a blank text box where you can begin adding information on your project.
Use this template to input information on the project:
<small>Part of [[Catalogue 22]],<br>
[http://goo.gl/maps/h1tXN Catalogue 22 on Google Maps]</small><br>
'''Designer:''' YOUR NAME AND/OR GROUP MEMBERS<br>
'''Degree:''' DEGREE TYPE AND/OR SPECIALIZATION<br>
'''School:''' INSTITUTION WHERE PROJECT COMPLETED<br>
'''Year:''' YEAR PROJECT COMPLETED<br>
'''Location of Project:''' GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION<br>
'''Project Status:''' UNBUILT, IN PROGRESS OR BUILT ONLY<br>
BRIEF WRITE-UP GOES HERE
'''ANY DISCLAIMER/NOTES TO GO HERE IF REQUIRED'''
Please be sure to include the first two lines of code in the description as that provides links back to the Catalogue 22 main page.
When you have finished with the project information use the "Show Preview" button to preview how the page will look.
When you are satisfied click the "Save Page" button to see your newly created page.
Finally, return to the Catalogue 22 Wikiversity page to add your project to the alphabetical list of projects by clicking the "Edit" tab at the top right of the page.
Once in edit mode use the following code to create a link to your project in the appropriate order within the list:
| [[YOUR PROJECT PAGE]]|| DESIGNER(S)|| PROJECT STATUS
The preceding tutorials demonstrate how to successfully add your project to Catalogue 22. In a number of places in the code it links to a Google Map known as "The Hub" which is a previous incarnation of this project, hopefully soon we will have an updated Google map and also a tutorial on how to add projects to that as well, thus increasing the searchability of the projects.