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Bu sayfa Türkçe Vikigezgin politikaları için basit bir klavuzdur.

Eğer aradığınız soru ve politikalara burada ulaşamazsanız, Sıkça Sorulan Sorular bölümüne bakabilir veya Seyahatseverler barı sayfasını kullanabilirsiniz.

Rehber ilkeler[edit | edit source]

Bunlar bizim işimizin temel ilke ve politikalarıdır
Seyahatsever gezginler önce gelir
Kısaca: Çalışmalarımızda gezginlere seyahatlerinde öncelikle nelerin gerekli olduğu önemlidir.
Not: Bunun için bizim Baş Direktifimiz de diyebiliriz.
Hedefleri olmayan hedefler
Kısaca: Amacımız; ücretsiz, tam, güncel ve güvenilir, dünya çapında bir seyahat rehberi oluşturmaktır..
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Fikir birliği
Kısaca: Kararlar görüş birliği sağlanarak alınır ve yapılır. İletişim ise fikir birliği ile mümkündür. Topluluğun kendisini etkileyebilecek bir değişim olasılığında, bilgi sahibi olma hakkı vardır.
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Cesur olun
Kısaca: Mükemmel olmaktan ya da hata yapmaktan korkmayın, endişelenmeyin. Yapılması gereken bir şey varsa, bunu makalenin üzerine atlar bir şekilde yararlı düzenlemeler ile yapın.

Çekirdek içerik politikaları[edit | edit source]

Çekirdek içerik politikaları ile okuyuculara güzel seyahat rehberi tecrübesi yaşatmak ve yazılarımızda bulundurmamız gereken hususları belirliyoruz
Adil olun
Kısaca: Articles should not present an agenda. Information must be presented in such a way that the travel guide is reliable and complete.
Alt: Do not advance any ideological arguments. Rather, share your knowledge and impressions to make the guide reliable, accurate and useful to the traveller.
Note: The travel guide is a work in progress and will never be complete. Nutshell may need rewording.
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Don't tout
Kısaca: Listings should describe the establishment or attraction in clear, honest and concise terms. A business should only be listed once per destination. Edits that look like touting may be reverted.
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Kısaca: Writing should describe the destination or attraction in a lively and concise manner. Avoid exaggerations, superlatives and vague, flowery language.
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Topluluk politikaları[edit | edit source]

Vikigezgin topluluğunda nasıl birlikte yol alınır?

İstenmeyen düzenlemeler[edit | edit source]

How to handle unwanted edits
Kısaca: Unwanted edits are contributions that do not agree with our policies and guidelines or Manual of Style. Any contributor may revert an unwanted edit.
Not: Also known as Wy/tr/Vikigezgin:Vandalism policy
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Edit war
Kısaca: Do not wage edit war. If involved in one, step back and use the article’s talk page to come to a consensus.
Not: request 3rd opinion?
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Bağlantılar[edit | edit source]

Dış bağlantılar
Kısaca: External links should be kept to a minimum, and only links to primary sources should be used. There should not be an external links section in any article.
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Sister project links (Draft) - (links to articles within the Wikimedia projects group)
Not: New policy needed as there will be more than just Wikipedia to consider, though that is the most likely to be linked.
Kısaca: Many Vikigezgin articles can benefit from links to Wikipedia articles on the same subject. A travel article focuses on the issues facing travelers for a destination, but Wikipedia articles can have deeper or broader information on a topic or attraction.
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Internal links
Not: Page should reference "don't overlink" guideline, or perhaps "don't overlink" should be incorporated into this policy?
Kısaca: Be liberal with links to other Vikigezgin pages, but try to only link the first instance of an article name. These should be incorporated into the text of an article if practical, otherwise use a "See also" section at the end of the page:
Inter-language links
Not: More of a how-to page than policy. There is some guideline info at the bottom that should be moved to the top.
Kısaca: The MediaWiki software we use has features for making links between articles that cover the same topic in different languages. These are called inter-language links. Articles should be linked to the same topic in other languages within Vikigezgin when possible.

Özel topluluk politikaları[edit | edit source]

Deletion policy
Kısaca: Articles and images can be deleted if certain criteria are met. If you feel an article or image should be deleted, nominate it for deletion. Some items, such as spam or blatant copyright violations, can be speedy deleted.
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Protected page policy
Kısaca: Administrators may protect a page when necessary, but it is preferable that abusive edits are effectively counteracted without protecting a page.
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Image policy
Kısaca: Images must be compatible with our copyleft licence. The image page must contain a summary with the appropriate attribution information and licence information. Photos should not contain people unless it is a public space and the people are peripheral to the picture content.
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Privacy rights
Not: possible VFD or Merge - seems to be people in photos, which is already covered in the Image policy
Kısaca: In the context of the travel guide, privacy rights are mainly concerned with images of people. If you don't understand privacy rights, don't upload photographs with recognisable people in them.
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Site notice policy
Kısaca: The site notice is a feature which can be used to alert the community about important developments. Site notices should be discussed on the talk page and published by consensus
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Sock puppets
Kısaca: The creation of sockpuppets, i.e., multiple accounts per user, is discouraged because it obfuscates the identity of the contributor in contradiction with the general wiki principles of openness and transparency. Nonetheless, the travel guide does not enforce any rules regarding the creation of sockpuppets, opting instead to tolerate and ignore them. Since majority-rule voting is not employed on the travel guide, sockpuppets do not present much difficulty to site processes.
Not: Are admins required to declare alternative accounts?
Decision making procedures
Note: Is there a policy/help page for this?
Kısaca: Policy is made by community consensus with reference to our guiding principles. You can plunge forward if you think a new approach will be compatible with the guiding principles, but be prepared to explain why if it is not obvious.
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No real world threats
Kısaca: Real world threats—essentially threats of physical or legal harm—are strictly prohibited on Vikigezgin. They are never necessary, and can have a chilling effect on public participation. If you do post a threat of a lawsuit or physical harm, even an ambiguous or vague one, you will likely be banned from further editing here with prejudice.
Conflict resolution
Kısaca: When you can't reach an agreement with another editor, you can ask for a third opinion from an uninvolved person
Not: Policy proposal in discussion.
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Cross-identification of accounts
KısacaUsers who join Vikigezgin and have accounts on other wikis may have their usernames verified as being the same person
Not: Proposed policy.
It's not carved in stone
Kısaca: Most of our detail policies and guidelines, and the manual of style can be changed if there is a need and the community can come to a consensus on the change. Any proposed change must be compatible with our guiding principles
Not: How to change a policy or create a new one. New page explaining the process, or do we already have one?
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Kısaca: Wikivoyagers sometimes use their own brand of jargon which can be confusing for new users. This glossary attempts to explain some of the words and phrases used in discussions, edit summaries, or on IRC.
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Check user
Kısaca: Check user can be used to examine user IP address information and other server log data. It is to be used sparingly and only to protect Vikigezgin against vandalism, disruption and/or bad faith.
Not: Under discussion.
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Topluluk projeleri[edit | edit source]

Not: Almost everything we do is a community project in some way. These are more formally organised group projects.
Collaboration of the month
Kısaca: The Collaboration of the month is a way to get many contributors working on one article at once, often to get it ready for an upcoming event or a nomination for destination of the month. While anyone can edit any article at any time, this provides a way to highlight specific articles allowing many contributors to help improve them together.
Kısaca: An Expedition is a special sub-project for articles or images. (Sure, we could just call it a "project", but what fun is that?) Expeditions help us collaborate and organize around certain subjects, be they based on shared interests, geography, or shared skills.
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Topluluk içindeki roller[edit | edit source]

Kısaca: Vikigezgin has a hierarchy of people involved in the community, with varying levels of responsibility in the project. People burdened with more responsibility are expected to serve those above them, and make life easier for them.
Unregistered users
Kısaca: Anyone who reads or edits without logging on is an unregistered user and is identified only by the IP address in use at the time.
Registered users
Kısaca: Anyone who logs on with a user name and password is a registered user and is identified by their user name and any further information they choose to publish on their user page. A registered user is not associated with an IP address.
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Autoconfirmed users
Kısaca: Users who have been registered for longer than 30 days are autoconfirmed. In addition to this allowing them to mark anonymous users' edits as reviewed, it also means that their own edits are marked as reviewed automatically.
Kısaca: Administrators are registered users who have shown a good appreciation of the policies and guidelines and made significant contributions, have been nominated by the community and have been granted some additional functions. They are the plumbers and janitors of the travel guide and perform mostly mundane tasks, but also those few tasks which could do permanent damage if done wrongly.
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Kısaca: Bureaucrats are administrators with a few extra, rarely needed, but essential functions, who are trusted by the community to do things like switch on administrator functions.
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Kısaca: Docents are registered users who know a lot about a particular destination or topic and volunteer their time and knowledge to help travellers who have questions about that destination or topic.
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Welcome message
Kısaca: When new Wikivoyagers set up a user account and make a new user page, we usually welcome them to the site with a brief message. We want every contributor's first contact with Vikigezgin to be a positive experience. A friendly welcome and an explanation of any reversion can save a contributor who may otherwise just turn away from the site.
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Diğer Web siteleri ile işbirliği[edit | edit source]

All of the various "cooperating with..." policy pages

Alt yapı ve yazılım[edit | edit source]

Wy/tr/Vikigezgin:Technical infrastructure policy
Kısaca: The goals and processes of Vikigezgin's technology infrastructure development and maintenance, including software development, graphic design, and system adminstration. The technology infrastucture for Vikigezgin includes the Web and database servers that run Vikigezgin.org; the databases that hold Vikigezgin content; Vikigezgin software, including MediaWiki; and graphic design and page layout.
Avoid HTML
HTML should be avoided in marking up articles. Use Wikimarkup for formatting when possible. If Wikimarkup is not possible, and the formatting will be generally useful, consider a Mediawiki template
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Offline version
Kısaca: You as a traveller should be able to take your tour guide with you on the road. An internet café is not always just around the corner. But maybe you have a laptop or palm with the content of Vikigezgin on it. Our offline version is (will be) updated weekly.
Not: We don't have one (yet) officially, although individual users have repackaged our open-source data in third-party apps or archives which may be downloaded to Android, iOS or similar devices. The underlying Wikimedia database dumps are updated at best twice monthly; these may be repackaged at will if the original licence and authors' attribution is retained. As of 2012, we still need an *.epub (Nook, Kobo) or *.mobi (Kindle) version; this would need to be split into multiple volumes (so each large country or region as an e-book volume) due to e-reader limitations on the size of each book.
Script policy
Kısaca: Automated scripts that modify Wiki travel guide pages and images must comply with the script policy and be approved.
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Using Mediawiki templates
Kısaca: The software we use, MediaWiki, has a feature to include the contents of one article into another automatically. This is called transclusion or templating, although it has nothing to do with our article templates. Templates should be used for editorial markup and metadata.
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Wiki biçimlendirme
Kısaca: Mediawiki software uses a special code called Wiki markup for formatting the text and images in an article. The Wiki markup used while editing a page will determine how the text looks and what links and images are in the page.
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Katkıda bulunanlar ve makalelerin tanınması[edit | edit source]

Kısaca: One great tradition in wiki culture is the barnstar. This is a simple image of an iron star, as used for decoration on barns in the northeastern United States. Because wiki community building is often compared to barn raising -- coming together to work on a project. The barnstar is a symbol of that community-mindedness, and is an informal "award" to recognize a user's exceptional community and content work.
Destination of the month
Shotcuts: dotm
Kısaca: Good articles are be featured on the main page as Destinations of the month
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Star articles
Kısaca: Our best articles are recognised by awarding them a star rating
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Yasal bilgiler[edit | edit source]

Kullanım şartları[edit | edit source]

Kısaca: Cookies are not required to read or edit a guide, but they are necessary to log into and use a user account.
Kısaca: You're responsible for yourself, we're not
Privacy policy
Kısaca: How your user information can and cannot be used.
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Terms of use
Not: This has the same title as the section - one of them must be changed
Kısaca: The whole content of Vikigezgin is available for everybody, provided that our Copyleft license is followed. Besides this webserver we provide our content as XML dumps and an offline version for re-use.
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Wy/tr/Vikigezgin:Living persons (Draft)
Kısaca: Editors must take particular care when adding information about living persons to any Vikigezgin page
Note: This is seldom an issue, as it is unusual for personal information on specific living people to be relevant to our articles.

Lisanslama ve dağıtım[edit | edit source]

Kısaca: All written contributions to wiki travel guide are automatically licenced under CC-by-sa 3.0. All files uploaded to wiki travel guide must be licenced under CC-by-sa or a compatible licence.
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Not: very little content and redundant - recommend merge with Copyleft and redirected there
Copyright related issues
Not: was "Copyright details" - this page is about copyright-related issues contributors could encounter - recommend changing the name of the page so it's more clear what it is.
Database dump
Not: Should it be part of our guiding principles to provide database dumps?
Kısaca: The mediawiki software provides a XML format for data exchange between wikis. It is kept quite simple and is independend of the OS and the DB used by the wiki. In order to use XML dumps, you need a running Mediawiki installation.
Dual licencing
Kısaca: The original creator of a work can choose to dual licence it. Subsequent contributors can only dual licence the work if it was previously dual-licenced.
Not: Will this be necessary when we work from Commons?
Full text of the Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license
Full text of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2
How to re-use Vikigezgin guides
Kısaca: To redistribute Vikigezgin content, you must attribute the authors of the content (not just Vikigezgin), and clearly note that the Vikigezgin content is available under the CC-by-sa 3.0 license, and note the specific copyright for each image.
License upgrade
Kısaca: Following broad consensus in favor, the license was upgraded to CC-by-sa 3.0 on January 1, 2010.
Non-compliant redistribution
Kısaca: Non-compliant distributors should be contacted and made aware of their obligations under the licence.
Wy/tr/Vikigezgin:Non-free content
Kısaca: To remain as free as possible, Vikigezgin allows only limited use of photographs of copyrighted artwork and buildings.
Not: This is the official Exemption Doctrine Policy for English Vikigezgin, as required by the Wikimedia Foundation.
Why Vikigezgin isn't GFDL
Kısaca: GFDL 1.3 is now compatible with Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0

Wiki organizasyonu[edit | edit source]

Structure of the wiki is described here. Structure within an article is described in section Manual of style.

Gezi rehberleri hiyerarşisi[edit | edit source]

Breadcrumb navigation
Kısaca: Vikigezgin has a feature to show bread crumb menus under the title of a destination article to show the countries and regions that a destination belongs to.
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Geographical hierarchy
Kısaca: To help organize travel guide articles, they are arranged into a non-overlapping geographically hierarchy. The type of information contained within an article varies depending on where it is in the hierarchy.
Other ways of seeing travel
Kısaca: Destinations, Travel topics, Itineraries and Phrasebooks
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Gezi rehberleri oluşturma[edit | edit source]

Bir makale nedir?
Kısaca (varolan sayfa): Generally, articles can be created for destinations where a traveller can sleep, such as geographical units in the geographical hierarchy (e.g., countries, states, cities). Attractions, companies and transports systems generally do not have articles unless there is a compelling reason for an exception.
Alt (proposed change): A destination is a geographical location where the traveller stays for some time, typically over several days, uses accommodation facilities provided at the destination, eats there and engages in activities which are the purpose of the visit. The basic destination is the city, but destination types include regions, national parks, and districts of exceptionally large cities.
Not: Regions include continents, continental sections, countries, states, provinces etc. Cities may be split into districts if the article becomes cumbersome.
Not: This does not apply to non-destination articles. Travel topics, Itineraries and Phrasebooks should be mentioned.

We have four categories of article: Destinations, Itineraries, Phrasebooks and Travel topics.

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Bodies of water
Kısaca: We don't write destination guide articles about bodies of water. They may be referred to in other destination guides as attractions or as part of an itinerary or in a travel topic.
Not: özetle güncelleme
Kısaca:A destination is a geographical location where the traveller stays for some time, typically over several days, uses accommodation facilities provided at the destination, eats there and engages in activities which are the purpose of the visit. Destination types include regions, cities and national parks.
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Disambiguation pages
Kısaca: A disambiguation page lists the full titles of several different articles with similar names, and allows the traveler to choose between them.
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Kısaca: An itinerary is a guide for traveling along a specific route through several destinations or attractions, giving suggestions of where to stop, what to see, how to prepare, etc. If you think of our destination guides as dots on a map, an itinerary describes a line that connects those dots.
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Kısaca: Phrasebooks are intended to define just enough of the language so that an English-speaking traveller can "get by" in an area where that language is spoken.
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Travel topics
Kısaca: Travel topics are articles that deal with a specific topic that is too large or detailed to go in a specific travel guide destination page, or travel tips that are so general that they apply to nearly all destinations and don't need to be in each specific travel guide.
Not: A huge range of possibilities exist and if there is no guidance available for a proposed article, you can discuss it et the Travellers' pub.
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Naming conventions
Kısaca:Each article must have a unique name. Destination articles should use the name most commonly used in English-speaking countries, or if one doesn't exist, the most commonly used name in the local language.
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Why Vikigezgin doesn't use official names
Kısaca:On Vikigezgin we use the most common English name as the article title for destination guides.
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Seyahat rehberi içerik politikaları[edit | edit source]

Avoid negative reviews
Kısaca: Generally, if an attraction or business is not worth going to, leave it out. If a negative review is given, explain why the review is negative.
Rental listings
Kısaca: Real estate and rental agencies are not listed unless specific criteria are met.
Tour operators
Kısaca: Tours should only be listed if they are a value-added activity for the traveller.
Not: What does this mean?
Sex tourism policy
KısacaInformation relating to sex tourism is not included in our travel guides. Information relating to red-light districts and strip clubs is generally OK.
Illegal activities policy
Kısaca: Activities that are illegal at the destination should be discussed in the travel guide article if the information is useful to the traveller, particularly when these activities are commonly legal in other places, or the penalties are unusually severe
Information for gay and lesbian travellers
Kısaca: Information of interest to GLBT travellers is placed in the appropriate section of the article (e.g., gay bars go in Drink, gay-friendly hotels go in Sleep).
Slippery slopes
Not: Recommend this page be upgraded. It's currently a list of examples without any real definition of what a slippery slope is and why we need to be careful of them. It could be useful to have this clarified before the migration.
Tarihler ​​ne zaman kullanılır?
Kısaca: Attaching a date to facts can be useful to the traveller, but it must be balanced against maintaining a clear and concise travel guide. Prices are generally not dated, but cultural events may be. Operating hours (including seasonal closures) should be included in the guide.
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Makale durumları[edit | edit source]

Not: Should we distinguish between status and quality?

Article status
Kısaca: The overall quality of each travel guide should be assessed on a five point scale using the identified criteria. Star status is the highest level and is only given after successfully completing the nomination process.
İlgili sayfalar: links to various pages describing the different status types:
Kaliteli makale adaylıkları
Kısaca: Only nominate travel guides that appear to meet the criteria of a Star article. Star status will be given if consensus is reached within the community.
Kaliteli makale potansiyeli
Kısaca: Travel guides that are very close to Star status should be identified and tagged as "Star potential".
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Pages that are not travel guides[edit | edit source]

How to pages
Kısaca: Not only policy, also helpful hints on how to do things that may not be obvious
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Main Page guidelines
Kısaca: The Main Page is the entry point for most casual readers into Vikigezgin. It should show us in our best light. It includes a mix of gradually-changing information. Any logged-in user can edit it but, because of the complexity of the page layout, great care should be taken.
Not: this page could be modified and used as the landing page for 4.0 Organization
Kısaca: The software used by the Vikigezgin travel guide lets us split up the site into multiple namespaces. With namespaces, each page is explicitly tagged to show what it's used for and where it fits in the site structure.
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Special pages help
Kısaca: Special pages are pages that provide a range of information about the information Vikigezgin contains. Through these pages you can quickly find most of the information in the guide, identify problems, locate users, see statistics and even find out what is missing!
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User page help
Kısaca: Vikigezgin users that create their own user accounts get assigned their own user page. These pages are intended to provide a brief introduction about the user. Associated pages provide a personal sandbox to work on projects or ideas outside the "main" travel guide amd a communications medium for collaborating with other users.
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Using talk pages
Kısaca: Every article on Vikigezgin has an associated talk page for discussing that article. Talk pages are not chat boards or comment areas; they're for coordinating editorial decisions, suggesting new material that should be considered, and generally collaborating on making a great article.

Stil Kılavuzu[edit | edit source]

Stil Kılavuzu

Kısaca: Our Manual of style is a collection of rules of thumb and guidelines for giving Vikigezgin articles a consistent look and feel. Most of these rules have exceptions, but to put together a good reference work collaboratively, it's best to follow the rules unless they're quite inappropriate for a particular situation.

Not: Structure within an article is described here. Structure of the wiki is described in section Organizasyon.

Seyahat rehberi makalelerin yapısı[edit | edit source]

Article templates
Kısaca: Travel guides are generally structured using standardized section headings and order, and we have handy substitution templates to help with this.
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Avoid long lists
Kısaca: Long lists or large groups of items can be difficult to understand. If there are more than 9 items to group, sub-divide into small groups of 7±2 items.
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Climate (draft policy)
Kısaca: Provide basic climate information about the destination. It helps to travel light by bringing only the things one needs, and to travel comfortably by bringing the right things.
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Kısaca: It's possible to encode information about the latitude and longitude of a destination into the destination guide itself.
Information boxes
Kısaca: An information box tells the reader something interesting about the destination or an attraction that is not included in the listing. They are good for providing supplemental information but should not be overused in an article.
Kısaca: Use standardized templates to provide consistent and complete information for business and attraction listings.
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Kısaca: A picture may be worth a thousand words, but when a trying to find your way around a new city, it's more like a million. A clear and simple map can save hours or even days of hassle.
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One-liner listings
Kısaca: A brief description of a destination that allows the reader to select the travel guide they want to read.
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Routebox navigation
Kısaca: Routeboxes are included in the Go next section and provide a quick way of identifying nearby destinations. Routes should reflect the type(s) of travel commonly used in the local area.
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Section headers
Kısaca: Wherever possible, section headers should be identical to the ones in the article templates. The more consistent the sections of articles in Vikigezgin are, the easier it is for readers to find what they're looking for.
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Yazı stili[edit | edit source]

Kısaca: Using abbreviations for commonly known terms is encouraged. The abbreviations used should be uniform
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Vurgulama (italik, kalın)
Kısaca: Use boldface to call important topics and use italics for emphasis.
Don't overlink
Kısaca: Not every noun needs to be linked. Links should generally only be made to other travel content.
Neutrality of medium
Kısaca: Wiki travel guide may be printed or read on-screen. Write travel guides so they are equally useful in both formats.
No advice from Captain Obvious
Kısaca: If something is very obvious or true for nearly all destinations, it does not need to be written.
Zamirleri kullanın
Not: this is a combination of the existing 1st and 2nd person policies
Kısaca: You can address the reader, but do not refer to yourself in an article.
Words to avoid
Kısaca: A list of words to avoid when describing a destination and its attractions and businesses.
Alt: Don't use weasel words, waffle, double-talk or puffery

Dil/Lisan[edit | edit source]

Yabancı sözcükler
Kısaca: It's often useful to point out the local-language name for a place or thing in an article. List the foreign-language word in parentheses after the English name.
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Kısaca: Non-Latin alphabet names should be written in the latin alphabet for English to assist readers in pronounciation.
Alt: Romanization is the process of mapping a script into the Latin alphabet used for English. As a rule of thumb, romanization should allow the casual reader to guess at the pronunciation, and the expert to pronounce it right.
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Kısaca: Destination guides should be written in the local variant of English.
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Ticari markalar
Kısaca: It is OK to refer to trademarks, but trademark symbols should not be used.

Sayılar ve Tarihler[edit | edit source]

Kısaca: The cost of an item should be listed in the local currency unless the local convention is to list the price in a foreign currency. Prices should be listed with the currency symbol or abbreviation that travellers will encounter.
Kısaca: Metric or imperial units of measurement should be displayed depending on the predominant local usage. It is good practice to provide both metric and imperial conversions (local units first with conversion in parentheses).
Telefon numaraları
Kısaca: Format phone numbers as they would be dialled internationally but in a way that separates the country code, area code, and part that can be dialled locally.
Saat ve tarih biçimleri
Kısaca: Times should be displayed in the local timezone using the 12 or 24 hour format, whichever is the predominant local usage. Days of the week should be abbreviated to the minimum number of letters. Dates should use the format dd mmm yyyy.
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Diğer[edit | edit source]

Not: Things are put here because the proper section is not obvious. Please add suggestions for the appropriate section for any of these items.

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Kısaca: Not every traveller speaks and understands English, and those that do may still be better served by a travel guide in their native language. We try to support all travellers with Vikigezgin versions in many human languages.

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