This is the org chart of the department based on information on this wiki. To add a person to this, see #Adding Org Chart information to a person's page.
Org Chart (graphical)
Bug: The WRHA uses a very old version of IE that can not handle the graphical representation of the chart. The boxes will just show as empty boxes in the WRHA version of IE; they work properly in Chrome and Firefox.
This uses Template:OrgChartLink to generate Mermaid code to make a graph-like org chart.
Org Chart (text)
|full org chart|
Error 1054: Unknown column 'e.ReportsTo' in 'where clause' (intMedMWdb.umintmed.ca)
Function: CargoSQLQuery::run Query: SELECT `_pageName` AS `_pageName`,`ReportsTo` AS `ReportsTo` FROM `mw_cargo__Person` WHERE not(ReportsTo is Null) and not (e.ReportsTo="External person") ORDER BY `ReportsTo`,`_pageName` LIMIT 1000
People pages missing org chart data
Adding Org Chart information to a person's page
That person's info will now be added to the sample org charts below on the fly, but of course it can be used in other places. We are planning to add it to people's pages, for example, but there may well be other places once we have a good data set.
reporting to External person
People who have a page on this wiki but don't report to the department are coded as reporting to External person; see list on that page.
Data / information infrastructure considerations
SMW / extension infrastructure
example without SMW, just entering mermaid syntax directly
Just playing with a manual version and seeing how much I can pull into this from SMW. If we wanted to use this for good I would need some sort of template to auto-update this.
Paths not taken
Didn't do this role based because there is too much duplication. But: should this be by role or by person? I think it needs to be by person, since there is duplication in roles. It could possibly be by person for reporter and role for reportee (since those should always be individual roles), but that would make for messy queries.
Could not install without sudo, launched questions on discussion pages: