CSE Wiki being open to edit, needs some governance structure to ensure that users do not enter into conflict. To ensure consistency and smooth running, there are guidelines that all users have to follow.
To achieve accuracy, efficiency and relevancy, the users are divided into different user groups. Each user group have certain privileges which cannot be enjoyed by other users. The different user groups and their privileges are shown below
|User group||Eligibility||Some special rights|
|(All)||All non logged in users||Can read all content|
|Users||All registered users||Can read all content|
|Editors||Users selected by admins||Can edit/create pages|
|Autoconfirmed||All registered users who have contributed enough based on a set criteria||Can edit semi-protected pages|
|Administrators||Most active users chosen by Administrators||
|Bureaucrats||Chosen by Bureaucrats||
|Officers||Selected Candidates of Civil Services Examination||
Organisation of content
Content on CSE Wiki is organised using namespace and categories. Namespaces are like folders (or sections) while categories are like tags.
|(Main)||All content pages||Users|
|Strategy||Strategy by toppers||Officers|
|CSE Wiki||Important information related to website||Administrators|
A page can be have multiple categories. To see all the pages in a category go to its page, which is at Category:<category name>. A category can also be a part of another category. This creates a hierarchy of categories. (Note: Applying one category to a page does not automatically included parent categories. They have to be manually applied).
See the example of category Organisations and International Organisations. International Organisations is tagged with the category of Organisations, which makes is a subcategory of Organisations. All pages should be tagged with both to appear on the category pages of both.
See all categories in use at Special:Categories.
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