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Content Governance applies to the overall approach used in for ownership, licensing and content creation. This can be summarised as follows:
There are several elements to improving usability and access to FISDEV content
- A set of standards and guidelines are put forward in the Manual of Style to make content easier to navigate and to use
- A construction process exists that allows users to collaboratively work on content and add it to the site in varying forms of completeness, starting out as Wanted Pages or and moving through a contribution process of becoming a mature article.
In addition, as FISDEV is a method used by practitioners for implementation, quality control of assets and stability are particularly important.
- Peer Reviews are used to encourage feedback on articles and provide a degree of assurance that content has been reviewed by experienced members of the project before being moved into the core approach
- A Release Methodology is employed to allow for content to be added iteratively but to also provide a stable method that can be relied on by users
FISDEV is freely available under the Creative Commons Attribution License. All users and contributors must follow the terms of this license.