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Topic:CommunicationBeta[edit source]

Hi Capi, good to see this page. Just wondering, did you copy and paste this from somewhere else in Wikiversity/Wikimedia? If so, it should probably be deleted and then moved from the other source (this then preserves the page history). If it's from Wikiversity, it can be done by anyone through the page "move" function; if it's from, say, Wikibooks, this would have to be done by a custodian, so I could do this for you. Let me know. Cheers, Cormaggio talk 10:45, 18 July 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Streams[edit source]

"the stream namespace?" <-- There is no stream namespace. It does make sense to link together related learning resources into a "stream" that can suggest a path for learners to follow. --JWSchmidt 14:32, 20 July 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

The name "Stream Namespace" was create by someone long ago and appears on one of the basic templates for creating a lesson. As mentioned above, there really is no stream namespace. This template has never been fixed and is mostly meaningless. I recommend that you do not use this template. Robert Elliott 10:00, 21 July 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

i got it. thank you! capi talk 13:54, 21 July 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Babel[edit source]

I fixed the es-babel template. sebmol ? 20:35, 28 July 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Never Give In, Never Give In, Never, Never, Never -- In Nothing, Great or Small, Large or Petty[edit source]

My Friend,

"I am addressing myself to the School -- surely ... this is the lesson: never give in, never give in, never, never, never, never -- in nothing, great or small, large or petty -- never give in except to convictions of honor and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy." -- Winston Churchill

Are you discouraged? Put it behind you. Does it seem to you as thought no one else is working on Communication but you? Keep on keeping on. Does it seem as though your efforts are taking place in a vacuum? "Nature abhors a vacuum." -- Spinoza You do more, please. Has Communication been left behind?; you go back and get it, please. Should you give up on it? "Never, Never, Never, Never." Should you gather people from WP? Definitely. You want a suggestion?

Wikiversitans often have full plates. We do what we can. But, please, do not you give up. Your efforts are appreciated.

(s) Dionysios (talk), Date: 2007-08-10 (August 10, 2007) Time: 1044 UTC

Belated response[edit source]

Hi Capi, I'm very sorry for not getting back to you before now - I've been away, and in the meantime, I see that others have addressed your questions. As John says, there is no Stream "namespace" - there is simply an intitative to provide learning paths and organise people in collectively pursuing these learning goals. And as Dionysios points out, the fact that nobody else may be currently editing materials you care about should not discourage you from continuing - though it does, as you ask, beg the question around how to get people to become involved. Before asking this, however, I suppose you should ask yourself what this group of materials is trying to achieve? Is it a collection of resources to be used 'outside' Wikiversity, or is it designed to promote collaborative learning activity here on Wikiversity? This should focus on the answer to what kinds of people you would like to invite to these materials, and the activity around creating them (eg. a group of Masters journalism students who would like to create materials to be used in undergrad courses, or a high-school class who would like to work together on creating a radio programme). That's my initial thought - does that make sense? Perhaps you might like to broadcast your agenda on particular places on Wikipedia - its WikiProjects are often a good start - or how about Wikinews?. Otherwise, you could see what else is happening on Wikiversity, and try to connect with learning projects that are already in progress - eg. Wiki Campus Radio. Let me know what you think - I'd love to help more. Cormaggio talk 11:56, 15 August 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Another[edit source]

Hi Capi, sorry to take so long to get back to you. I have been away from Wikiversity quite a while and am just checking back. I like the broader approach your new Communications page takes. Might I suggest that you move the original to "Verbal Communication" or "Written Communication" or something else appropriate since that seems to its focus and then link to it on your new "Communications" page? Your page seems fine so far, I corrected a couple of minor typos and added a word where it seemed implied. There seemed some potentially interesting links that I may follow soon. Thanks for you efforts so far! user:mirwin

New student...[edit source]

This is a very ambitious, worthwhile project. I'd never heard of Semionics before, but may be able to find some grafic examples. BTW I'm not very computer/technology/internet savvy, so please bear with me. Thank you, Shir-El too 13:58, 4 September 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Put this project on the announcement board[edit source]

I just put Apptitude Test on the announcement board. Why don't you do the same for Communications? Shir-El too 14:25, 4 September 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]