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==How to edit a page==
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==GDPRhub Style Guide==
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Every EU jurisdiction has different legal writing styles. We have tried to develop a common ground in our [[GDPRhub style guide]].
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→ Please consult the [[GDPRhub style guide]] before you edit pages.
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==How to edit an existing page==
 
In general editing a wiki is simple: Just click the "edit" button in the right corner of a page and change the text.
 
In general editing a wiki is simple: Just click the "edit" button in the right corner of a page and change the text.
  
For more details (like Formatting) we recommend to check out the [https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Contents MediaWiki Help Page]!
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For more details (like formatting) we recommend to check out the [https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Contents MediaWiki Help Page]!
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===Text Editor===
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Traditionally you can edit Wikis in a text editor. Just click on "edit source" to get to the text editor. Here you can also enter Markup like <nowiki> [[Article 6 GDPR]]</nowiki> to make a text link to other pages. The text editor allows you to see the raw code of a page and gives you full control over what you edit.
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===Visual Editor===
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The visual editor allows you to edit the front page directly. Just click on "edit" to open the visual editor. This may be helpful if you only want to change a typo or add a sentence here and there.
  
=== Text Editor ===
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==Add a new decision==
Traditionally you can edit Wikis in a text editor. Here you can also enter Markup like <nowiki> [[Article 6 GDPR]]</nowiki> to make a text link to other pages. The text editor allows you to see the raw code of a page and gives you full control over what you edit.
 
  
We recommend to use the text editor.
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If you want to add a new decision, you can find all information here on the "Add a decision" page!
  
=== Visual Editor ===
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→ See [[How to add a new decision]]
The visual editor allows you to edit the front page directly. This may be helpful if you only want to change a typo or add a sentence here and there.
 
  
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==Add a new page==
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It is generally not foreseen to add other pages than new decisions. You may however submit a new page like on any other wiki.
  
==GDPRhub Style Guide==
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=== How to: add/update a DPA page ===
Every EU jurisdiction has different legal writing styles. We have tried to develop a common ground in our [[GDPRhub style guide]].
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We currently use the pages about the [[DSB (Austria)]] and [[DPC (Ireland)]] as examples to follow.
  
==Add a decision==
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They both follow this broad structure: 1. Structure; 2. Procedural Information; 3. Practical Information; 4. Decision Database; 5. Statistics
  
→ See [[How to add a new decision]]
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''Please check the DSB and DPC pages for subheadings + concrete examples!''

Latest revision as of 13:22, 22 November 2021

GDPRhub Style Guide[edit | edit source]

Every EU jurisdiction has different legal writing styles. We have tried to develop a common ground in our GDPRhub style guide.

→ Please consult the GDPRhub style guide before you edit pages.

How to edit an existing page[edit | edit source]

In general editing a wiki is simple: Just click the "edit" button in the right corner of a page and change the text.

→ For more details (like formatting) we recommend to check out the MediaWiki Help Page!

Text Editor[edit | edit source]

Traditionally you can edit Wikis in a text editor. Just click on "edit source" to get to the text editor. Here you can also enter Markup like [[Article 6 GDPR]] to make a text link to other pages. The text editor allows you to see the raw code of a page and gives you full control over what you edit.

Visual Editor[edit | edit source]

The visual editor allows you to edit the front page directly. Just click on "edit" to open the visual editor. This may be helpful if you only want to change a typo or add a sentence here and there.

Add a new decision[edit | edit source]

If you want to add a new decision, you can find all information here on the "Add a decision" page!

→ See How to add a new decision

Add a new page[edit | edit source]

It is generally not foreseen to add other pages than new decisions. You may however submit a new page like on any other wiki.

How to: add/update a DPA page[edit | edit source]

We currently use the pages about the DSB (Austria) and DPC (Ireland) as examples to follow.

They both follow this broad structure: 1. Structure; 2. Procedural Information; 3. Practical Information; 4. Decision Database; 5. Statistics

Please check the DSB and DPC pages for subheadings + concrete examples!