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This lists special projects currently being carried out on Cunnan. If you wish to participate in one of these projects you may add your name under ''Participants'' for that project. This is not to say that pages related to these projects cannot be edited by anyone, but instead expressing a will to undertake substantial work on the topic.
 
This lists special projects currently being carried out on Cunnan. If you wish to participate in one of these projects you may add your name under ''Participants'' for that project. This is not to say that pages related to these projects cannot be edited by anyone, but instead expressing a will to undertake substantial work on the topic.
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See [[:Category:Project Current]] for the full list of current Projects.
   
 
==[[12th Century life]]==
 
==[[12th Century life]]==
   
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Pages relating to the [[12th century]], with a high focus on primary sources.
 
 
===Status===
 
Articles being added rather randomly. Much work to do.
 
 
===future work===
 
 
*Information from Holmes' "Daily life in the 12th C" is intended to form the backbone of this project, with highlights from other specialist sources. Most of this information remains to be added to the wiki, the subject headings on the [[12th Century life]] page giving some suggestions of topics on which basic pages are desired. Please feel free to contact [[User:Tiff]] for sources of this book.
 
*in depth information on topics various is desired according to authour interests. The only specification - try to give references, and note carefully when information from other centuries is being used because we have no 12th C information.
 
*More pages on conventional history (kings, wars, crusades etc) of this era is needed. [[User:Tiff]] is unlikely to do this as her interests lie in social history, but begs others to.
 
 
===Participants===
 
 
*[[User:Tiff]]
 
   
 
==[[Forme of Cury]]==
 
==[[Forme of Cury]]==
   
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Moved to [[Cunnan:Forme of Cury]]
A redaction project based on the [[14th century]] cookbook. For a list of redacted and unredacted recipes see: [[Cunnan:Recipes from the Forme of Cury]].
 
 
===Participants===
 
 
*[[User:Tobin]]
 
*[[User:AuntieNic]]
 
   
 
==Kingdom Standardisation==
 
==Kingdom Standardisation==
   
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[[Cunnan:Kingdom Standardisation]]
An attempt to get the pages for all SCA [[kingdoms]] to conform to the same format.
 
 
===Status===
 
   
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==Standardisation of Songs==
Currently improving [[Kingdom of thelmearc]] to act as model for other pages.
 
   
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Moved to [[Cunnan:Standardisation of Songs]]
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==Canterbury Faire Admin (CF_Admin)==
*[[User:Conrad Leviston]]
 
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[[:Category:CF_Admin]]
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A project to construct a knowledgebase for stewarding Canterbury Faire (CF), with a mind both to assisting future CF stewards, enable knowledge retention, and provide an example and justification for the practices we use to other SCA groups.

Latest revision as of 07:18, 27 January 2014

This lists special projects currently being carried out on Cunnan. If you wish to participate in one of these projects you may add your name under Participants for that project. This is not to say that pages related to these projects cannot be edited by anyone, but instead expressing a will to undertake substantial work on the topic.

See Category:Project Current for the full list of current Projects.

12th Century life

Moved to Cunnan:12th Century life Project

Forme of Cury

Moved to Cunnan:Forme of Cury

Kingdom Standardisation

Cunnan:Kingdom Standardisation

Standardisation of Songs

Moved to Cunnan:Standardisation of Songs

Canterbury Faire Admin (CF_Admin)

Category:CF_Admin A project to construct a knowledgebase for stewarding Canterbury Faire (CF), with a mind both to assisting future CF stewards, enable knowledge retention, and provide an example and justification for the practices we use to other SCA groups.