Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
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Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis

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Moving wikis beyond a bunch of unsorted pages: how can books, taxonomies and other structured and/or ordered content be represented in, edited in, and exported from MediaWiki? From Lonely Planet.

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