So here is my list of articles:
||Judging FamilyTree Accuracy: French Canadian Immigrants by Nathan W. Murphy|
Steve gives suggestions of 52 questions to help compile a descriptive story of one's life.
The title describes the content.
This isn't exactly new news but it is important to know.
This is new news and helpful for anyone going to RootsTech 2014.
Obviously aimed at members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but good to know information and may be an incentive to some to become Spanish language indexers.
I think I have failed to emphasize the importance of compiling indexes to the millions of records going into the FamilySearch.org Historical Record Collections, but here is a good reminder.
Another motivating article about indexing and the need for arbitrators.
A note about the automatic saving feature of FamilySearch Indexing.
Two Reasons for a Redo Batch by Courtney Connolly
Some basic instructions to arbitrators.
Are “Optional” Fields Really Optional? by Jessie Davis
More explanations about the mechanics of Indexing. Good things to know.
Well that wraps up another week of FamilySearch.org blog posts. Once I figure out why I am getting more notices than are showing on the site, I will leave it up to you to subscribe to the new posts.