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IDPageContentLinks ToComponentsFormatExistenceSourceWho owns it?Who MaintainsAudienceUpdate RegularityBilingualDescriptionPurposeComments
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0.0Global Elements
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1HeaderGlobal header for site
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c2.2Site TitleOccupy Wall Street1.0 Home
http://live.occupywallstreet-net.gotpantheon.com/
Headline
Internal Link
TextYesInternalAllNoDisplayed site titleTo provide a clear and consistent indication of what the site is and provide a way to connect to the home page
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c2.3Site TaglineLIVE FROM THE OCCUPATIONS OF NEW YORK CITYTextText - Max 50 Char.NoInternalAllYesTagline that appears under site name. Rotating, user-contributed phrase.To provide short, meaningful phrases relevant to the movement purposeWe were considering using user-submitted taglines; they would appear randomly from the pool of taglines.
Rotating from: http://wiki.occupy.net/wiki/OccupyWallStreet.net_Technology#Site_Taglines
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c2.3Social Media LinksTwitter
Facebook
@OccupyWallStNYC
http://www.facebook.com/OccupyWallSt
Image
External Link
ImageYesInternalLinks to OWS Twitter account and Facebook pageTo provide a means for users to connect with OWS through social media channelsNeed to identify which Twitter and Facebook accounts to use for this.
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c4.0Subscribe FormSubscribe to our newsletter
Go

FormText
Form
YesInternalForm to sign up of a newsletterTo provide a means for users to connect with OWS by subscribing to regular communication
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c2.5DonateDonatehttps://www.wepay.com/donate/41696?utm_campaign=donations&utm_medium=link&utm_source=facebook&ref_uid=1478878Text
External Link
Text
Button
YesInternalLink to donation siteTo provide an easy to find way to donate to OWS
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c2.4NavigationHome
Stories
About
Contribute
Contact
1.0 Home
1.2 Stories
1.3 Learn
1.4 Contribue
1.5 Contact
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Internal Link
TextNoInternalGlobal navigation for siteTo provide easy to find and intuitive way to navigation through site contentChange Read to Stories, Learn to About
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c3.0Site BlurbOccupyWallStreet.net is brought to you by the NYC General Assembly to provide news, information and inspiration from the occupations of Wall Street and around the world. Unless noted otherwise, opinions are those of their authors, not of OWS.TextTextNoInternalAllNoYesShort intro text about the siteTo provide a short intro to give context about the siteny based, shining light on work of occupies around the world (Linnea likes this much better)
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c6.0Announcement Space1) Start Training for May Day and Join the Spring Resistance! Marches Every Friday, 2pm in Liberty Square!
2) Wall Street is Occupied!
Come #SleepOnWallStreet With Us!
Top 2 items from NYCGA Nav BarText
Internal Link
TextNoInternalYes1 or 2 spaces to display important announcementsTo provide a prominent space to display actionable messagesRe - InfoHub
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0.2FooterGlobal footer for site
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c19.0Promo spots1) Come to an Orientation: Saturday, at 2pm at Union Square
2) Find Occupations: Search the Occupy.net Directory
3) NYCGA Events: Attend events in New York City
4) Submission: Get published on OccupyWallStreet.net

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2) http://www.nycga.net/events/
3) mailto://submissions@occupywallstreet.net
4) http://directory.occupy.net
Header
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Internal Link
TextNoInternal4 promos slots to display calls to actionTo provide space to call out information that is of lesser importance that c6.0 Announcement Spaces
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Ownership CopyYou can't copyright a movement. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unportedhttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/Text
External Link
TextInternalSite ownership informatinTo identify that the site is an OWS property
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Source Code LinkSource Code: by the TechOps Working Grouphttps://github.com/OccupyWallStreet/occupywallstreet.netText
External Link
TextInternalLink to source code for siteTo provide a means to get the site code for use by other occupations and affinity groups
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Social Media LinksTwitter
Facebook
@OccupyWallStNYC
http://www.facebook.com/OccupyWallSt
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External Link
ImageInternalLinks to OWS Twitter account and Facebook pageTo provide a means for users to connect with OWS through social media channels
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1.0Home Pagehttp://live.occupywallstreet-net.gotpantheon.com/Front page of siteTo provide a engaging experience that generates interest in the movement
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c7.1Featured TabFeatured1.1.2 Read > ArticlesImage
Headline
Blurb
Internal Link
Image, textNoInternalYesHero space for 1-5 featured storiesTo provide a prominent visual presentation of featured editorial content
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c7.2VideosVideosVideo
TBD
Video, textNoTBDYesHero space for 1-5 videosTo provide a prominent visual presentation of featured video contentNeeds to be sourced
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c7.3LivestreamLivestreamVideo stream
TBD
Video, textNoTBDHero space for a livestream channelTo provide a prominent visual presentation of featured streaming video contentNeed to select the channel to display
Shawn suggested:
Livestream.com/owsnyc
Livestream.com/Occupello
Livestream.com/NYCGA
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c8.1News FeedsIn the Newshttp://www.instapaper.com/folder/1623988/rss/2230133/LXLBR2QtTjMFk3J8MAMqcNpiHPUText
External Link
TextNoExternalYesDisplays external newsTo provide real-time news from mainstream media about Occupy Wall StreetNeeds to be curated in newswire.occupy.net
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c8.2Twitter FeedsOn TwitterText
External Link
TextNoExternalDisplays Twitter feedsTo provide real-time tweets related to Occupy Wall StreetNeed to select tags/accounts to follow
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c9.0StoriesFrom Occupy Wall StreetCategory
Image
Date
Title
Internal Link
Image, textNoInternalYesYesDisplay 8 most recent storiesTo provide up-to-date selection of editorial content that will encourage users to learn more
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c9.2CategoryGA ApprovedText
Form field
TextNoInternalCategory filter menuTo provide a method of filtering content based categories
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c15.0View ArchivesView All Stories1.1.2 Read > ArticlesText
Internal Link
TextNoInternalLink to the archives pageTo provide a means to viewing all editorial content
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c16.0Occupation NewsFrom Other Occupationshttp://reader.occupy.net//public.php?op=rss&id=-1&key=0dfcda7557d87f4eca0af7e684c1812c2b6b9116News Source
Title
Excerpt
External Link
TextNoExternalDisplay 3 or 6 recent stories about other occupationsTo provide up-to-date news about other occupations in order to bring to light the breadth and depth of the movement.
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1.1Readhttp://live.occupywallstreet-net.gotpantheon.com/readHeaderInternalYesYesView all stories pageTo provide an easy-to-navigate destination to read and discover through engaging editorial and news content
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Featured StoryFeaturedImage
Headline
Date
Blurb
Internal Link
Image, textNoInternalYesDisplay a single featured storyTo provide a large visual space to feature a piece of content
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Stories(CMS content)Image
Headline
Date
Blurb
Internal Link
Image, textNoInternalDisplay content archiveTo provide access to all
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Category(CMS content)Text
Form field
TextNoInternalCategory filter menuTo provide a method of filtering content based categories
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1.1.2.1Read > Articles > Article DetailHeaderImage, textSomeInternalYesYesIndividual story pageTo provide a simple and easy format to reading stories, and discovering new and relavent content.
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1.3Learnhttp://live.occupywallstreet-net.gotpantheon.com/learnHeaderNoYesConsolidated information about the NYC General AssemblyTo provide accessible information about the NYC GA
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Page Header Imagehttp://live.occupywallstreet-net.gotpantheon.com/sites/all/themes/files/Banner_Learn.jpgImageImageYesInternal
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IntroExpose injustice. Organize communities. Create solutions. Bring it on.TextTextNoInternalIf we wanted to be sort of fun and tongue and cheeky it could be something like "Bring it" instead of "create solutions"--this could be my midnight brainstorm talking.
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Know Your Rightshttp://live.occupywallstreet-net.gotpantheon.com/sites/all/themes/files/Banner_KnowYourRights.jpghttp://www.nycga.net/resources/legal-fact-sheet/Image
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External Link (?)
Text, downloadable PDFNoExternal
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FAQ HeaderFrequently Asked QuestionsTextTextNoExternal
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FAQshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1FD5VAD23ibxpp-0kWshuMyShDFuM1YhEy1YP1AY0BkQ/edit
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1.3.1Documents(Text exists here:
http://www.nycga.net/resources/declaration/
Translations: http://translation.nycga.net/?tag=declaration
http://www.nycga.net/resources/principles-of-solidarity/
http://www.nycga.net/resources/statement-of-autonomy/
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TextTextYesExternalNoYesGA-consensed documentsTo provide easy access to GA-approved statements
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Our ProjectsDownload the OWS Project Listhttp://tech.nycga.net/files/2012/04/Occupy-Wall-Street-Project-List-Issue-2-FINAL.pdf
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1.4Contributehttp://live.occupywallstreet-net.gotpantheon.com/contributeTextNoNoYesDifferent ways that people can contributeTo highlight different ways to contribute to the movement
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Page Header Imagehttp://live.occupywallstreet-net.gotpantheon.com/sites/all/themes/files/Banner_Contribute.jpgImageYesInternal
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IntroAnother world is possible. Let's build it together.TextNoInternal
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Working Group HeaderJoin a Working Grouphttp://www.nycga.net/groups/HeadingTextInternal
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Working Group TextThere are <<over 100 working groups>> in the OWS community organized around specific sets of interests and skills. Browse through the groups to find one that interests you -- they're open to everyone! Our community is also engaged in project-based organizing. Check out the current <<list of projects>> or <<submit>> your own. Finally, if you want to do something because you believe in Occupy, go ahead and do it! You don't need our permission to take action.http://www.nycga.net/groups/
http://tech.nycga.net/files/2012/04/Occupy-Wall-Street-Project-List-Issue-2-FINAL.pdf
http://info.nycga.net/support/educate/135-2/
Explanatory text
External Link
TextInternalThis is a bit long.
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Actions & Events HeaderAttend Actions & EventsHeadingTextInternal
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Actions & Events TextThere are many OWS-affiliated events taking place every day including assemblies, skill shares, open spaces, direct actions and performances. Come out and participate in democracy in action!Explanatory text
External Link
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Skills HeaderContribute SkillsHeadingTextInternal
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Skills Text and FormThe most valuable resource of the Occupy movement are the people who commit to taking creative, impassioned action in the name of economic  justice. Want to help out? Tell us a bit about yourself and somebody will help you plug in.Explanatory text
Form
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Stuff HeaderGive StuffHeaderTextInternal
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Stuff TextOur favorite type of donations are in-kind ones. Please consider sending us stuff. Some of our immediate needs can be found #needsoftheoccupiershttps://twitter.com/#!/search/needsoftheoccupiersSubheader
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Food & Kitchen TextAn army travels on its stomach, and we have a long journey ahead. Can you help us with food?
Email: owskitchen@gmail.com
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Space HeaderProvide SpaceHeaderTextInternal
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Space TextWe're always looking for space where we can hold events, cook food, take warm showers, do laundry and/or get a quiet night's rest. Please let us know if you'd like to make some space available.Subheader
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Housing TextOccupiers come from all backgrounds and economic situations, and we've all come together to fight inequality and injustice. Help find or provide shelter for an occupier.
Email: hostanoccupier@nycga.net
Website: http://housing.nycga.net/host-an-occupier/
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Explanatory text
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Money HeaderSend MoneyHeaderTextInternal
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Send CashWe encourage people to support us by sending materials, space and alternative currencies. However, we understand that cash donations are easiest for many people, and we greatly appreciate any contribution you can make. https://www.wepay.com/donate/41696Text
Link
TextInternal
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Send BitcoinsBitcoin is a free/libre/opensource digital cash technology with the potential to transform the way people transact. Please send some our way: 1GL4CPpMUyCnBETNeTBX3zvKHzMxBsR6wFSubheader
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Financial DisclosuresTransparency is extremely important to us, but so is privacy. We're in the process of implementing a new system to achieve both. In the meantime, you can check out the Accounting Working Group Blog. If you're not comfortable with our current levels of transparency, then please consider donating space or stuff instead.http://accounting.nycga.net/Heading
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External Link
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1.5Contacthttp://live.occupywallstreet-net.gotpantheon.com/contactNoYesDifferent ways that people can connectTo provide a quick reference to contact information and places to find us.
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Locations MapSee "NYC Assemblies" tab in "Content Super Sheet"See links at "NYC Assemblies" tab in "Content Super Sheet"Map
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Map, TextInternalThe map isn't being used for Assemblies at this time. Were it being used for that purpose, we would need to rethink how it works, the zoom level, etc.
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855-NYCGA-411Toll-free, real time voice access to events, schedule and announcementsHeading
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SMS Updates@OWSCom: Daily messages about OWS news and events (daily)
@OccupyAlert: Emergency alerts from OWS (rare)
@OWSMayDay: Meeting times and locations
@OWS-JailSupport: Help people as they get out of jail
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SIS HeaderDELETEHeadingTextInternal
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SIS TextDETELETextTextInternal
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Information HeaderInformationHeadingTextInternal
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Information TextEmail:
For general inquiries: email info@occupywallstreet.net
To submit content for publication: email submissions@occupywallstreet.net
SMS:
Text "@OWSCom" to 23559: Daily messages about OWS news and events
Text "@OccupyAlert" to 23559: Emergency alerts from OWS
Phone:
855-NYCGA-411: Toll-free, real time voice access to events, schedule and announcements.
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Press HeaderPressHeadingTextInternal
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Press TextAre you a member of the press? A working group or affinity group that needs help with media strategy for an action?
Email: press@occupywallstreet.net
Phone: 347-292-1444
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Jail Support HeaderContact Jail SupportHeadingTextInternal
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Jail Support TextWhen occupiers go to jail, we wait outside and welcome them when they come out. It's fun and it means a lot to folks who've been detained:
Text alerts: @owsjailsupport to 23559
Phone: 774-257-4697
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