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Subject: Standard formats for different content types Date: 7/10/2008 7:32 PM
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As we break into the different content types (terms, books, people, companies,) feel free to suggest different additions or subtractions to the standard article template. Clearly a company and an investing term are very different things.

Better than suggesting is just doing something new and posting about it here to see what the group thinks.

I'll start:
What all do you think is important on a company page?
what they do?
their history?
related articles?
BOD / officers?
most recent articles?

The one I've started working on is:
http://wiki.fool.com/wiki/3Com_Corporation

I would love to hear everyone's thoughts (or see your improvements!) on this and any other "standard format" we have.

Jeremy
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