- Compiled Website usage
- Compiled Website demo
- Compiled Website TODO
- Compiled Website bugs
For a while, I used it for my Compiled Website project.
A wiki is an open documentation system best thought of as a fast knowledgebase engine.
The early Wikis would notice multiple capitals in a word (CamelCase) and would render them as a link to a page of that name.
This concept is regularly supplemented, if not entirely replaced by, the free link.
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To contribute material.
The act of "Fleshing something out" is to add content to an existing framework. To "flesh something out" is to "work something over", to "fill in the gaps" or "bring to life". It is a set of actions whose ultimate goal is to make their target useful.
Fleshing acts to remove a Stub.
The mindset of quickly and easily editing pages.
Someone posted on the MediaWiki mailing list regarding a book they were writing.
As of 2016-12-26 nothing seems to have come of it.
Very few websites have the internal structure like a wiki, so this is rather specific to that type of website.
It is like zuihitsu, for surfing.
Fundamentally untrustworthy, as everyone of any worth has known from its inception.