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[[Disabling a wiki account]]
 
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== content ==
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== wiki content ==
 
When a person who has a page on this wiki leaves:  
 
When a person who has a page on this wiki leaves:  
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* go to the person's page
  
# '''use the "what links here"  link in toolbar on left or related articles link on the bottom of their page to review and reconcile any links going to and from the page'''
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=== clean up roles ===
#* if the person held a role, remove their name from the role page, and replace it with new person if there is one.  
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* click on any of the person's roles, and on the role pages, remove the person from those roles
#* in case of GFT physicians make sure to remove them from supporting secretary's page
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# edit their wiki page to tell that they are no longer working with us. Keep it neutral. Use something like this:  
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=== clean up any other pages that refer to the person ===
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* '''use the "what links here"  link in toolbar on left or '''related articles''' link on the bottom of their page see all pages that link to this one; since the person is leaving, most of these links will need to be changed. If the referring page was about something the person has accomplished in the past or similar you may be able to leave it, but any instructions that include this person will, of course, need to be changed.
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* If you don't know what the new information should be, put a question on the page that referred to the leaving person. Don't just leave the link.
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=== remove physicians from their secretary's page ===
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* in case of GFT physicians or senior administrators, follow the link to their secretary in a new tab and remove the leaving person from supporting secretary's page; if you know who replaces them, put that person's name in there
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=== clean out the actual person page ===
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* edit their wiki page to tell that they are no longer working with us. Keep it neutral. Copy the following onto the page and edit as appropriate, save, and then deal with the discussions:  
 
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{{PAGENAME}} was a bee keeper in our department in the Section of Bee Keeping.  
 
{{PAGENAME}} was a bee keeper in our department in the Section of Bee Keeping.  
{{Discuss| If they retired put name and template, e.g. John {{Retired | replace this with retirement date}}.
 
  
Replace this with something like "John worked with us until August 22, 2018." if they did not retire. }}
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{{Discuss | If they did not retire, put something like "John worked with us until August 22, 2018."}}
  
{{Discuss | Remove the person from any roles they may have held. When done, you can remove this comment. }}
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{{Discuss | If they retired put name and template, e.g. John {{Retired | replace this with retirement date}}. }}
  
 
{{Discuss | If appropriate, give a link to a successor or successor's role who someone who searched for the person might talk to instead. }}
 
{{Discuss | If appropriate, give a link to a successor or successor's role who someone who searched for the person might talk to instead. }}

Latest revision as of 16:27, 2020 February 13

account

Disabling a wiki account

wiki content

When a person who has a page on this wiki leaves:

  • go to the person's page

clean up roles

  • click on any of the person's roles, and on the role pages, remove the person from those roles

clean up any other pages that refer to the person

  • use the "what links here" link in toolbar on left or related articles link on the bottom of their page see all pages that link to this one; since the person is leaving, most of these links will need to be changed. If the referring page was about something the person has accomplished in the past or similar you may be able to leave it, but any instructions that include this person will, of course, need to be changed.
  • If you don't know what the new information should be, put a question on the page that referred to the leaving person. Don't just leave the link.

remove physicians from their secretary's page

  • in case of GFT physicians or senior administrators, follow the link to their secretary in a new tab and remove the leaving person from supporting secretary's page; if you know who replaces them, put that person's name in there

clean out the actual person page

  • edit their wiki page to tell that they are no longer working with us. Keep it neutral. Copy the following onto the page and edit as appropriate, save, and then deal with the discussions:
{{PAGENAME}} was a bee keeper in our department in the Section of Bee Keeping. 

{{Discuss | If they did not retire, put something like  "John worked with us until August 22, 2018."}}

{{Discuss | If they retired put name and template, e.g. John {{Retired | replace this with retirement date}}. }}

{{Discuss | If appropriate, give a link to a successor or successor's role who someone who searched for the person might talk to instead. }}

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