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Looking for FDC input page
Sorry I can't fine the page for the current into into annual grants applications to the FDC (April 2017). Anybody know where it is? (I've already looked for about 20 minutes!)
- @Smallbones:I think you might be looking for this: Grants:APG/Information. Regards, Lsanabria (talk) 17:53, 12 April 2017 (UTC)
- Thanks. That page leads to the latest proposals Grants:APG/Proposals, which are still empty for the current round. No, I wasn't trying to make a point in asking for directions, but I think you can see why I missed it! Smallbones (talk) 19:02, 12 April 2017 (UTC)
- Whoops, I messed it up again! You have to click other links on that page, either to "proposal form" or "proposal discussion" for each of the individual projects, e.g. Grants:APG/Proposals/2016-2017 round 2/Wikimedia Armenia/Proposal form. I've got it now. Smallbones (talk) 19:07, 12 April 2017 (UTC)
I don´t know if is that the right way to do a suggestion. Sorry if I wrong.
I have a idea for a Graphical Universal Timeline, and I think that Wikipedia is the right place to have it. That timeline showing at first a graphical bar with a zero time by the left side and right now moment by the right side. That graphical bar may be dinamically with a portion zoom, where users can insert and view relevants topics. So, you can analyze a portion time of history with a graphical display of main events.
The graphical idea:
The relevance of a topic is increment by viewers and decrement by a time without views (a better algorithm may be developed) so the most important topics (with more views, edits, etc) will be more visiblle. That way to keep visible signifiers topics at the portion of time selected by users.
Hamilton Badin Junior firstname.lastname@example.org