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This page is about how to edit Monoskop wiki. Feel free to add your questions to the Discussion page.

Uploading files[edit]

Before uploading any file to the wiki, make sure to include name(s) of the author(s) and title in the file name. To keep links nice, remove all commas, brackets and other extra characters. Names of persons as well as titles of publications should be capitalised. Persons' surnames should precede their first names. Articles and artworks should also include the year of their publication or production. The file name should only include characters a..z, A..Z, numbers 0..9, spaces (or underscores), dashes (only those which are part of personal names) and periods (to mark the extension of the file, such as in .pdf). The upload module will replace spaces with underscores and we'll end up with a nice URL. After uploading the file, use the 'Edit' item at the top to add description, i.e., the source where it originates from, dimensions and materials of objects, etc.

Examples of file names before upload[edit]

Book
Moholy-Nagy Laszlo From Material to Architecture.pdf
Hirsal Josef Groegerova Bohumila eds Slovo pismo akce hlas.pdf
Article
Chalupecky Jindrich 1940 Svet v nemz zijeme.pdf
Artwork, Media file
Valoch Jiri 1966-67 Promeny doby variacni basen.jpg
Malovec Jozef 1966 Orthogenesis.mp3

Embedding files[edit]

Text document[edit]

Supported media types: pdf, epub, html, txt.

Uploaded file
[[Media:filename|title of publication]] {{language shortcut if other than English}}

Example of bibliographic entry:

* Rosalind Krauss, [[Media:Krauss_Rosalind_1979_Sculpture_in_the_Expanded_Field.pdf|"Sculpture in the Expanded Field"]], ''October'' 8 (Spring 1979), pp 30-44.

produces

Linking file hosted elsewhere on the web
[filename title of publication] {{language shortcut if other than English}}

Example of bibliographic entry:

* Siegfried Giedion, [http://epa.oszk.hu/00400/00458/00308/pdf/EPA00458_Korunk_1936_07-08_625-628.pdf "Moholy Nagy László"], ''Korunk'' (1936), pp 625-628. {{hu}}

produces

Image[edit]

Supported media types: jpg, png, gif.

As a thumbnail on the right
[[Image:filename|thumb|258px|description]]

Example: Alexandra Exter.

In a gallery
<gallery>
filename 1|caption
filename 2|caption
{...}
</gallery>

Example: Varvara Stepanova#Works.

For more details see Mediawiki Help page.

Sound file[edit]

Supported media types: ogg, mp3.

{{#widget:Html5media|url=full path to file|width=450|height=0}}<br><br>

Example:

{{#widget:Html5media|url=http://monoskop.org/media/sound/Milan_Knizak_1979_Broken_Music/Composition_No_1.ogg|width=450|height=0}}<br>

produces


Video[edit]

Supported media types: webm, mp4.

Uploaded file
<center>{{#widget:Html5media|url=full path to file|width=640|height=480|poster=full path to screenshot}}</center>

Example:

<center>{{#widget:Html5media|url=http://monoskop.org/media/film/Hanak_Dusan_1972_Den_radosti_A_Day_of_Joy.webm|width=640|height=480|poster=http://monoskop.org/images/5/5f/Hanak_Dusan_1972_Den_radosti_A_Day_of_Joy.jpg}} <br>
Dušan Hanák, ''Deň radosti'', 1972, 22 min.
</center>

produces


Dušan Hanák, Deň radosti, 1972, 22 min.

Embedding from Vimeo and Youtube

Doesn't work at the moment.

Abbreviations[edit]

Bibliographic[edit]

  • [Anonym], no author specified
  • annot., annotated by
  • ch, chapter
  • corr., corrected (edition)
  • ed., edited by, edition
  • f, and the following page, paragraph, year, etc. [1]
  • ff, and the following pages, paragraphs, years, etc. [2]
  • forew., introduction by, foreword by
  • illustr., illustrated by
  • intro., introduction by, foreword by
  • n, note (page number of)
  • n.d., no publication date
  • pp, pages [3]
  • repr., reprint, reprinted
  • rev., revised (edition)
  • trans., translated by, translation
  • vol., volume

Bibliographic (wiki templates for languages)[edit]

  • {{ar}} (Arabic)
  • {{hy}} (Armenian)
  • {{eu}} (Basque)
  • {{br-pt}} (Brazilian Portuguese)
  • {{bg}} (Bulgarian)
  • {{ca}} (Catalan)
  • {{zh}} (Chinese)
  • {{cu}} (Church Slavonic)
  • {{cr}} (Croatian)
  • {{cz}} (Czech)
  • {{da}} (Danish)
  • {{nl}} (Dutch)
  • {{en}} (English)
  • {{ee}} (Estonian)
  • {{fi}} (Finnish)
  • {{fr}} (French)
  • {{gl}} (Galician)
  • {{ka}} (Georgian)
  • {{de}} (German)
  • {{gr}} (Greek)
  • {{he}} (Hebrew)
  • {{hu}} (Hungarian)
  • {{is}} (Icelandic)
  • {{id}} (Indonesian)
  • {{it}} (Italian)
  • {{jp}} (Japanese)
  • {{kk}} (Kazakh)
  • {{ko}} (Korean)
  • {{la}} (Latin)
  • {{lv}} (Latvian)
  • {{lt}} (Lithuanian)
  • {{mk}} (Macedonian)
  • {{no}} (Norwegian)
  • {{fa}} (Persian)
  • {{pl}} (Polish)
  • {{pt}} (Portuguese)
  • {{ro}} (Romanian)
  • {{ru}} (Russian)
  • {{sr}} (Serbian)
  • {{sc}} (Serbo-Croatian)
  • {{sk}} (Slovak)
  • {{sl}} (Slovenian)
  • {{es}} (Spanish)
  • {{sw}} (Swedish)
  • {{tr}} (Turkish)
  • {{uk}} (Ukrainian)
  • {{ur}} (Urdu)
  • {{vi}} (Vietnamese)
  • {{yi}} (Yiddish)

For other languages see ISO 639-1 Code list.

Digital libraries and archives[edit]

  • ARG, Aaaaarg [4]
  • BnF, Gallica, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris [5]
  • BSB/MDZ, Digitale Bibliothek, Münchener Digitalisierungszentrum, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek [6]
  • DTA, Deutsches Text Archiv, Berlin [7]
  • GDZ, Göttinger Digitalisierungszentrum [8]
  • Goo/Google, Google Books [9]
  • FES, Digitale Bibliotek der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Bonn & Berlin [10]
  • HUL, The Digital Collections of Harvard College Library [11]
  • IA, Internet Archive [12]
  • Log, Monoskop Log [13]
  • MIA, Marxists Internet Archive [14]
  • MoW, Memory of the World [15]
  • MPIWG, ECHO – Cultural Heritage Online, Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Berlin [16]
  • NB, Nasjonalbiblioteket Oslo [17]
  • OL, Open Library [18]
  • PMC, Posner Memorial Collection, Carnegie Mellon University Libraries, Pittsburgh/PA [19]
  • RSL, Elektronnaya biblioteka, Rossiyskaya gosudarstvennaya biblioteka, Moscow [20]
  • SB, Digitalisierte Sammlungen der Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin [21]
  • SLUB, Digitale Sammlungen, Sächsische Landesbibliothek – Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Dresden [22]
  • UH, Heidelberger historische Bestände, Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg [23]
  • ULB, Digitale Bibliotek, Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Sachsen-Anhalt, Martin-Luther-Universität, Halle-Wittenberg [24]
  • UOL, History of Science Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries, Norman/OK [25]
  • WB, Wikibooks [26]
  • WDB, Wolfenbüttel Digital Library, Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel [27]
  • WS, Wikisource [28]
  • more (at Magazines section)