- Compiled Website usage
- Compiled Website demo
- Compiled Website TODO
- Compiled Website bugs
For a while, I used it for my Compiled Website project.
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.
To add content to fill in the missing gaps of a document.
Fleshing acts to remove a Stub.
A kind of dust that settles on a topic when it has been left alone out of disinterest or abandonment. Its information becomes dated or its style is out of sync with the original author's current capability.
A very young page or piece of a page which does not yet have much material. Common for wikis.
This idea was inspired by Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:Perfect_stub_article&oldid=14557210
The mindset of quickly and easily editing pages.
A wiki is an open documentation system best thought of as a fast knowledgebase engine.
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.