User:Yknok29/이름 공간 (비공식)/영어 위키버시티의 이름 공간
미디어위키 소프트웨어를 사용하는 모든 위키처럼, 위키버시티는 이름 공간으로 이루어져 있습니다. 주요 이름 공간이란 페이지 이름 앞에 붙는 말이 없는 것으로, 학습 자료를 위한 공간이다. 여러 덧붙인 이름 공간은, 페이지 이름 앞에 "주제:"나 "위키버시티:"와 같은 말로 시작하는 모든 공간입니다. 다른 이름 공간들은 이 페이지에서 설명하는 특별한 용도를 지니고 있습니다.
주요 이름 공간은 학습이라는 교육적 목적을 다루는 모든 위키버시티 페이지를 위한 것입니다. 주요 이름 공간은 학습 자료에 관한 페이지와 (사례: Hunter-gatherers project), 학습 프로젝트(사례: Bibliography and Research Methods), 그리고 연구 활동(사례: Bloom clock project)을 포함하고 있습니다.
다른 이름 공간은 위키 참여자The other namespaces have special uses that help Wikiversity participants facilitate and organize their collaborative 내용 발전 efforts.
In addition to the namespaces that are found at Wikipedia, Wikiversity has "school" and "topic" namespaces. Like the "wikiversity" and "portal" namespaces, the "school" and "topic" namespaces are for meta-content; that is, Wikiversity content that is concerned with the management and organization of Wikiversity rather than being directly concerned with learning and the educational activities that take place in the main namespace. Pages in the "school" namespace are concerned with management and organization of large subject areas and large amounts Wikiversity main namespace content (example: School:Medicine). Wikiversity schools contain and organize groups of more narrowly-focused content development projects in the "Topic:" namespace. The content development projects in the "Topic:" namespace can be referred to as departments, centers, institutes, divisions or whatever is convenient (example: the Accounting Department). For more information see: Wikiversity:Topics.
Content development projects. At Wikipedia, editors have found that it is useful to create a special type of meta-page called a WikiProject page. At Wikipedia such pages all exist with the project namespace and start with the prefix "Wikipedia:WikiProject:" (example). At Wikiversity, the pages in the "school" and "topic" namespaces can be thought of as special types of "WikiProject" pages that are concerned with creating and organizing learning resources for broad subject areas ("School:" projects) or more narrow academic topics ("Topic:" projects).
기본적인 이름 공간
위키버시티의 주요 이름공간은 교육적인 내용을 위한 곳입니다. (Special:Allpages를 보세요). 그것은 It is the default namespace and page names for Wikiversity pages that are in the main namespace do not use a prefix. Wikiversity allows the creation of subpages for main namespace page, see: Wikiversity:Subpages.
101 problem - Not all English-speaking countries number courses starting at 101. "Foo 101" means nothing to some people. It is better to say "Introduction to Foo".
All pages in the Wikiversity project namespace start with the prefix Wikiversity:. The Wikiversity project namespace is also called the Wikiversity namespace because our project is called "Wikiversity". The Wikiversity namespace is a namespace containing pages that provide information about Wikiversity. The page you are now reading is located in the Wikiversity project namespace. An example of another page in the wikiversity namespace is Wikiversity:Main Page. Other important pages in the project namespace are the policy pages. Note: the word "project" is used in many ways to in the contexts of many different kinds of collaborative wiki projects. This entire website is the "Wikiversity project". Wikiversity also contains many collaborative "content development projects" in the "School:" and "Topic:" namespaces. In the main namespace, there are many learning projects where Wikiversity participants can engage in collaborative learning activities (see Figure 2). See also: Portal:Wikiversity.
The portal namespace (prefix Portal:) is for reader-oriented directory/guide pages that help readers find Wikiversity content that is related to a specific subject. It also may contain links to encourage readers to contribute new content to Wikiversity (see, for example, Portal:Learning Projects. The "Portal:" namespace can be used together with categories. Wikiversity editors can create new categories to unite departments and projects as needed. Each category can have its own portal page in the "Portal:" namespace. Portals are particularly useful for areas of study that do not fit into the more conventional school>division>department hierarchy. Example of a portal: Portal:Science. See Wikiversity:Portal.
Schools, which would display as "School:Psychology" in the URL and links, function much like different schools would at a traditional University. Under the "School:" is included the "Topic:" namespace. See: Wikiversity:Schools.
The topic namespace serves as a delineator for what could be considered a department or division. For example, under "School:Psychology" might be "Topic:Social Psychology" and "Topic:Clinical Psychology". When talked about these could then be referred to as the Department of Clinical Psychology or the Division of Social Psychology, depending on your preference. See: Wikiversity:Topics.
"Topic" is a generic term at Wikiversity. Pages in the Topic: namespace can serve as content development projects for narrow academic topics in a similar fashion to Wikipedia "wikiprojects". The "Topic" namespace is for organization of the work of Wikiversity content producers. The names of topic pages always start with the "Topic:" prefix. Example of a topic page: Topic:Cell Biology.
"Topic:" pages can be called "Departments", "Center", "Divisions" or any other term desired by those collaborating in that topic area.
The main page for each Wikiversity department can be started with Template:Department boilerplate.
사용자 이름 공간은 (앞에 User:가 붙음) is a namespace that provides pages for Wikipedia users' personal presentations and auxiliary pages for personal use, for example containing bookmarks to favorite pages. If you see in the RecentChanges list that the user named "Jimbo" has updated some pages, this user name is a link not to Jimbo but to user:Jimbo. (See Special:Listusers).
The image namespace (prefix Image:, also called image description pages) is a namespace that provides info about images (as well as sound clips, pdf files and other media files), one page for each, with a link to the image or sound clip itself. See Special:Imagelist. There are three versions of links to images and sound files:
- [[Image:Foobar.jpg]] will insert the image directly into the page (not for sound files)
- [[Media:Foobar.jpg]] will make a text link to the image or sound clip
- [[:Image:Foobar.jpg]] will make a text link to the image description page
The MediaWiki namespace (prefix MediaWiki:) is a namespace containing interface texts such as link labels and messages. They are used for adjusting the localisation (i.e. local version) of interface messages without waiting for a new LanguageXx.php file to get installed. Each label and message has a separate page. Pages in this namespace are protected by default. An automatically generated list of all interface messages is at Special:Allmessages.
The Template namespace (formerly part of the MediaWiki namespace) is used to define a standard text which can then be conveniently added within pages, either the text itself at the time of adding, or a reference to the text at the time of viewing the page. The latter way effectively changes all such occurrences of the standard text automatically by just editing the page where the text is defined. These are listed at Wikipedia:Template messages and Wikipedia:Navigational templates. The majority of this type is not protected.
Category 이름 공간은 페이지가 속한 분류를 담고 있는 이름 공간입니다. 카테고리에 속한 페이지의 목록을 보여주고 선택적으로 추가 본문도 나올 수 있습니다.
Pages in the help namespace provide information about how to edit Wikiversity webpages and participate within the Wikiversity community. See: Help:Contents. There are also some similar pages in the "Wikiversity:" namespace such as Wikiversity:Glossary and others in the main namespace such as Introduction to Wikiversity. Wikiversity also has pages about how to edit other Wikimedia Foundation sister projects, see Wikipedia service-learning courses.
특수 페이지를 제외하고, 각 이름공간은 연결된 토론 페이지를 지닌다. 토론 이름 공간은 "토론:"(talk:)을 앞에 덧붙임으로써 생성됩니다. 예를 들면, 토론 이름공간은
For example, the talk namespace associated with the main article namespace has the prefix Talk:, while the talk namespace associated with the user namespace has the prefix User talk:. Most of the pages in the talk namespaces are used to discuss changes to the corresponding page in the associated namespace. Pages in the user talk namespace are used to leave messages for a particular user. The user talk namespace is special in that, whenever a user's talk page is edited, that user will see a box saying "You have new messages" on every page that they view until they visit their talk page.