@emi glad you like it! It should just be a case of naming the page 'parentname/pagename' but for some reason I think GitLab wasn't happy with me trying to do this when 'parentname' was also the name of an existing page :s
@emi done some digging on GitLab wikis:
They use gollum to make the wiki, which GitHub also uses.
Sidebars (also headers and footers) work in gollum, but not yet in GitLab.
The existing GitLab docs are a bit misleading as they talk about adding sidebars as if it's an existing feature. We're running GitLab CE - perhaps it's already implemented in EE?
Hopefully it'll be sorted soon, as it's scheduled for the next release https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues/14995 bit of PITA though!
@emi I've just lost your _sidebar!! Sorry. I was thinking the other day I should try install gollum in order to make changes to the wiki locally rather than straight to the page incase anything breaks
@emi hmmm :/ so, I don't really understand the ins and outs of this – the github and gitlab wikis are going to similar I'm sure (both use gollum?) - I can't see how we can get a custom _sidebar going. But for now have put all the coc-related docs under the Code-of-Conduct heading by changing the title of each doc to Code-of-Conduct/Code of Conduct v2 etc, same for the reporting guide. It's not in a configurable order but perhaps marginally more accessible than before!
@emi to get a auto sidebar that's a bit neater I think the way to it is to change the title of the page from something like 'Code of Conduct v1' to 'Code of Conduct/Code of Conduct v1' – but I'm getting errors cus we have some duplicates with upper/lower case
@emi ok nice – I'm not sure of the format needed for the custom sidebar, but as far as nesting the different versions underneath the document header, I think upper/lower-case of the parent directory/page should stay the same.
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I've added a page to wiki to list out some of the documents and pages we used as reference in the making of our own docs.
I've added the 11t agreement, but can't find links for the other stuff. Conflict resolution and reporting-related stuff as far as I remember, but I'm sure there's plenty I don't. Please send links my way, and/or add them to the wiki! :)
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Been catching up on a nice little series of 15 minute docs on Radio 4 called "How to Disagree: A Beginner's Guide to Having Better Arguments". Talks about constructive resolution of disagreements, compromise, etc. feels quite relevant to the social coop community docs stuff
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