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Statement of Purpose
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The wiki for Inflight Icing has several roles.
- Internal Documentation & Tracking - Progress on tasks should be documented on the wiki. This allows other group members to see what work has been done, what problems have arisen. This should also facilitate hand-off of tasks when necessary. This also helps us keep things from falling through the cracks, by having a single repository for knowledge.
- Collaboration - By providing a page that anyone on IFI can edit, it allows users to easily contribute to a common task.
- Document Repository - Papers, heuristics, meeting notes, plots, and other information can be put here for easy reference.
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The IFI wiki is broadly organized at the top level. Each project has it's own area as do some non-project subjects. Under each top-level area there are some common pages:
- task list - A table of every task that we want to devote substantial effort to achieving. Similar to the current CIP/FIP upgrades table.
- nascent topics - A list of topics to further investigate, things we don't have time to look at now, but don't want to forget to address at some point.
- notes - Whenever we are working on something and want to track progress, info, etc.
- (Projects only) Change Log / Release Log
Areas like Science or Engineering are not meant to restrict who participates in those sections of the wiki, but are only for organizational purposes.
- Administration / Management - Do we need/want a space for these issues? Or maybe just put them into Miscellaneous for now until we see if they need their own space.
- Miscellaneous - Icing Lunches, TIMS/IFI Tools Workshop, and other things that don't fit into a more specific
Should we be using labels? Which labels? Labels allows us to break the strict hierarchical structure of the wiki. Here are some possible suggested labels:
- <more to come>