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"enables continous refinement and updation." enable, continuous (sp!!), refinement and updation (?) are not really simple words. I'd rather see "make possible", "ongoing", "improvement", "updating" --126.96.36.199 09:13, 12 July 2005 (UTC) ____________________
I think this page is not simple enough. Does anyone else agree? User:SimonMayer 16:14 07 March 2004
Will there ever be an article on better?[change source]
I would have un-wiki-linked it if the page weren't locked for editing. If anything should be linked to better at all it should be a Wiktionary link, not a Wikipedia link.--Dresib (talk) 09:58, 4 April 2008 (UTC)
Whats this page actually for?[change source]
This page is important, and also pointless.[change source]
I am trying to start up a small private wiki. The questions are "What is a wiki?", "Why do we need a wiki when we have a forum?", and "I heard a rumor that everyone can read it! We don't want that!" One might think that the "Wiki" article on Wikipedia would be the authoritative source on the matter, but all there is is this fifth grade stuff, and misleading at that.
So, if I take the time and effort to write a better page, is it likely to survive? And where are the wiki experts who are intimate with the code, the workings, the philosophy, and the history?