If you see one you like, stop by the Library or
The point of the system is to simply make it as quick, easy and rewarding as possible to create or edit online content.
Using any standard Web browser, a person can edit (almost) any page on the system using relatively simple text formatting rules. Creating a link to a new or existing page simply involves putting the word or phrase that will be your link text inside of [[double square brackets]] to reference and serve as a title for the target page. In the process of creating the link you're creating the new page, if it doesn't already exist. On some sites, a link can also be created by entering a Wiki Word--a word consisting of two or more capitalized words joined together.
It's not even necessary to learn all of the formatting rules; others will often come in and reformat things for you. After all, anyone can edit! You can see some of the recent changes that others have posted to this site.
If you want to learn more about the Wiki Wiki Web concept, try some of these Web sites:
Or, send email to Patrick Michaud at firstname.lastname@example.org.