Article Management


An article of Sigmate refers to a space on a Sigmate system that expresses a certain idea through text or symbols, and describes it.

Unless otherwise stated, all regulations use the articles in the same sense as the articles in Sigmate.

1.1. Types of articles

The following articles shall be made into special articles.

  • Article related to sigmate is an article whose title begins with 'Sigmateโ€™

  • User article is an article whose title begins with 'user'.

  • Classification article is an article whose title begins with 'classification'.

  • Dummy article is an article whose title is made up of meaningless strings or starts with 'dummy'.

  • Framework article is an article whose title begins with 'frame'.

  • Template article is an article whose title begins with 'Template'.

  • File article is an article whose title begins with 'File'.

  • Redirect article is an article that serves to hand over to another article using #redirect grammar.

  • Articles that are not special articles are called general articles.

1.2. Editing articles

1.2.1 Edit Request

An editing request function can be used in a specific article, and the Sigmate operator can approve it. The administrator has the authority to approve editing requests for articles that have been restricted from editing at least three levels.

The administrator may close the editing request corresponding to the following reasons. unregulated editing requests

Request to edit that cause article corruption

Technical unacceptable edit request Edit requests deemed necessary for debate agreement

Edit request 48 hours after creation

Edit request without Legitimate reason

Request editing for your own Person article In addition to the reasons listed in the preceding paragraph, an editing request deemed necessary to be closed by the manager's supplementary judgment

Request editing for your own Person article an editorial request that is deemed urgent In the case of a request for editing a profile table of a specific person-related article or a political article, the source or reason must be specified through an editing summary. For editing requests that fail to comply, the administrator can arbitrarily close them.

Unless it is an obvious request for editing article corruption, the administrator's approval of the editing request is granted immunity for violating the editing guidelines.

The operator must specify the reason when closing an edit request that he/she has not requested. However, in the case of a request for editing the damage to an article or an editing request that has elapsed 48 hours since creation, the reason for closing does not need to be specified.

1.2.2. Moving articles

When moving articles, use the movement function of Sigmate.

Do not delete the entire contents of the article and then paste it into a new article.

1.2.3. Delete articles

When deleting articles, you should use the delete function of the Sigmate.

1.2.4. Separating and merging articles

Separation of articles means the deletion of some of the contents of the article and the creation of a new article as a new article.

The merger of articles means deleting some or all of the contents of the article and then adding them to another article.

When separating or merging articles, you should not make an article-deleting move that does not use frame:article import. However, if you separate or merge articles that you created and contributed only to, you do not have to insert frame: article import.

1.3. Restrict Access

Access restrictions include editorial rights restrictions, opinion restrictions, and reading restrictions. Restriction of editorial rights is a measure that limits some or all of the user's editorial rights, and the types are as follows.

  • Edit Limit: Restrict all edits, including deletion and movement of articles.

  • Deletion Limit: Restrict the deletion of articles. Movement Restriction: Restricts changes to the title of an article.

  • Edit Request Limit: Limits the request for editing of an article. Restrictions on editorial rights for specific users cannot be handled other than management managers.

  • Opinion restriction is a measure that limits some or all of the users' right to opinion, and the types are as follows.

Limit the creation of opinions:

Limit the presentation of debates in the article.

Limit Debate Comments: Restricts leaving new comments in the debate in the article. Reading restriction is a measure that restricts the user's right to view. The operator may change the release date or target of the access restriction. The user may request the operator to adjust the access restriction.

The operator may change the release date or target of the access restriction based on the request or may reject the request. Users may include access restrictions in the agreement of the debate of a particular article, and operators may refuse to agree on access restrictions.

1.3.1. Steps to restrict access

Access restrictions have criteria for restrictions step by step, and the steps are as follows. Step 1: It means restricting access to non-login users. Step 2: It means restricting access to newly signed in users(within 15 days). Step 3: It means restricting access to users who do not have a contribution history to the specific article. Step 4: It means restricting access to the general user.

1.3.2. Restricting access to specific articles

Administrators can enforce editorial restrictions on specific user groups for articles that are controversial, editorial disputes, abuse of editorial rights, or continuous blocking avoidance. Editing restrictions of up to three months are imposed on articles deemed to have caused editorial disputes and disputes due to temporary controversy. In the case of special articles that are expected to cause great damage if they are damaged due to the large number of articles contained in other articles, editing restrictions can be imposed up to an indefinite period. In other cases, the manager makes a discretionary decision. If the problematic edit request continues, the administrator may restrict the edit request for a specific article to a specific user group. If dispute-induced debate generation or problematic debate comments persist, managers can enforce debate restrictions on specific articles for specific user groups. The operator may enforce debate restrictions on the article when arbitrating the debate. For the purpose of preventing confusion among users, administrators may impose maximum indefinite editorial restrictions on articles belonging to the "Help of Sigmate" category.

1.3.3. Restricting access to specific namespaces

Sigmate operators may take or adjust access restriction measures for a specific name space.

1.4. Temporary Measures

Temporary action is the act of temporarily deleting the article requested by the right holder and the text of the dependent article, and applying access restrictions. Temporary measures shall be taken by the operator, and the method shall be as prescribed by Sigmate: Help for infringement of rights. Articles deleted through temporary measures cannot be recovered from the previous history and must be newly created.

2. Special document

In the event of conflict between special documents and regulations for managing documents, the former shall be applied first.

2.1. Sigmate document

2.1.1. Project Details of the operation of the project shall be as specified in the Sigmate: Editing Guidelines/Special Documents.

2.1.2. Announcement Sigmate:

Announcement documents, editing by all users is restricted except for the management manager. The operator may edit the gate or approve the editing request without debate agreement.

2.1.3. Preservation document

Documents that have a sub-document form of 'Sigmate: preservation document' are called preservation documents. In principle, it is prohibited to edit preservation documents. Provided, that in cases falling under any subparagraph, exceptions shall be made to the extent that the purpose of preservation is not impaired when the administrator edits it. For subsequent edits within 24 hours of the start of retention processing, such as moving documents, inserting retention documents, and modifying content that is no longer valid. Corresponding to ACL adjustment, reverse link cleanup, or grammar replacement. Insert a document guidance frame or reference footnote, as operational as required. Editing or releasing retention processing in accordance with the procedures determined by the Steering Committee. When a management manager makes a correction.

2.3. File Document

All users of Sigmate can upload file documents to Sigmate's own server at

The copyright of the part created in the individual documents of Sigmate belongs to Sigmate and the authority to distribute the documents.

3.1. Permission and withdrawal

Saving the contribution to Sigmate means that the contributor allows the use according to the license of the Sigmate A contributor of a particular document may request an interruption of distribution to delete the contribution, and other users may recover it. If the reversion of the deletion of contributions is repeated more than three times, the requestor for discontinuation of distribution is responsible for opening the debate and, if not complied, is considered an abuse of editorial rights.

Any unauthorized use of text that is incompatible with Sigmate's document distribution license, CCBY-NC-SA 2.0 KR, is prohibited beyond what can be considered fair use. The amount recognized for fair use is based only on how much is cited in the original cited. When quoting text produced outside of Sigmate, the user is obligated to comply with the rules of use of the text.

When uploading a file document (referred to as "image") the following shall be observed: Under the Copyright Act, the source or author of the image to be uploaded must be indicated based on the "author notation" of the free distribution license such as the right to indicate the name, etc. / CCL, etc. The license to which the image is applied should be accurately displayed. For images/non-free images that are not otherwise licensed, they are subject to "limited use". Uploading a copyrighted image without a public domain or free distribution license may be legally responsible for the uploader. On the Upload File page, "Save the document edit and you agree to distribute your contribution to CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0 KR." The phrase "contributed content" means a basic description and description of the image file.

The right to report copyrights to individuals and organizations is limited to the right holder of the work and the agent delegated by the right holder. However, a third party may report a work that has a case of restricting copyright at the request of an organization based on the case. When reporting, the source and copyright of the original should be identified. In the case of works whose source is unknown or used for public use, the same criteria in 1 shall apply.

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