Can you try giving Discourse a whirl as a policy platofrm?
All topics in this cateogry are wikis by default.
- Add a Table of Content by clicking the Gear Icon when editing.
Use "# " before a header to add an H1 Subheading that will be picked up by the TOC.
Use "## " to make an H2 subheading, etc.
See the link Deborah posted above for more details on the TOC element.
I everyone can edit a wiki post, which is now enabled by default in this category.
We can also setup a policy template that is a default for all categories.
I think it should include links to the Google Drive in most cases, and circle information, etc.
Once we have a template, we can start porting in various policies, but I think we’ll need some specific guidelines around post tags (perhaps by circle, among other things), and Topic names (perhaps they are policy names, though we may want some identifiers, or to include terms or things… Maybe there’s a reminder plugin… that’d be cool.
*EDIT: I started making guidelines for maintaining the Policy Manual - still a work in progress @TedRau if you have ideas about the template for each type of policy topic, feel free to add them in. That topic is a special topic, but since you’re an admin you should be able to edit it.
Anyhow, give it a try.
Some benefits to using discourse:
- accounts are already synced with Wordpress
- less extra learning curve for another platform
- localization is already working (and pretty amazing frankly! auto-translate!!!)
- no second platform for maintenance and development
- Ruby is a nice modern language and discourse has a lot of attention and is well maintained in general
I do kinda think the wiki.js is a bit prettier, but it is less functional in our case.
The bookmark allows you to set a reminder so folks can make sure they know to come back to the policy on the review date!