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==Article outlines==
 
==Article outlines==
*[[Organisation article outline|Organisation/network article outline]] gives a framework for international organisations with branches in a number of European countries, such as [[ECOLISE]] or [[Zero Waste Europe]]. It can be used for smaller organisations too by deleting the irrelevant titles.
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*[[Project:Organisation article outline|Organisation/network article outline]] gives a framework for international organisations with branches in a number of European countries, such as [[ECOLISE]] or [[Zero Waste Europe]]. It can be used for smaller organisations too by deleting the irrelevant titles.
*[[Event article outline]] is for recurring events such as conferences, festivals, assemblies etc. such as [[World Cleanup Day]].
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*[[Project:Event article outline|Event article outline]] is for recurring events such as conferences, festivals, assemblies etc. such as [[World Cleanup Day]].
*[[Concept article outline]] frames articles on concepts, theories, models etc. underlying community-led action on climate change and sustainability. [[Degrowth]], for example, is a concept behind the [[Degrowth movement]].  
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*[[Project:Concept article outline|Concept article outline]] frames articles on concepts, theories, models etc. underlying community-led action on climate change and sustainability. [[Degrowth]], for example, is a concept behind the [[Degrowth movement]].  
  
 
More outlines will be added in the future for relevant types of articles, such as case-studies, projects etc.
 
More outlines will be added in the future for relevant types of articles, such as case-studies, projects etc.

Revision as of 15:58, 7 December 2020

To make the work of CfF wiki editors and writers easier, here are the outlines of the main types of articles. These outlines are empty pages containing a proposed structure of titles and some remarks for editors (hidden text visible when you're editing the article). Writers can rearrange the structure of titles when necessary, but for the sake of consistency, it is preferable to stick to the structure as much as possible. Here we use the term outline to avoid confusion since template is a technical term in wiki jargon.

Article outlines

More outlines will be added in the future for relevant types of articles, such as case-studies, projects etc.