25 February 2008

Wikipedia - the missing manual

Wikipedia is now the biggest encyclopedia in the world. It's currently twenty-five times larger than Encyclopedia Britannica, and expanding with every day that passes. That's because anybody can add entries, edit the content, correct mistakes, or contribute new materials.But if you go to Wikipedia and try to start adding your own entries, supplementing other people's contributions, or correcting mistakes - it's not quite as simple as it might seem. There's online help, but it's rather deeply buried. That's why books such as this one from the 'missing manuals' series have come into being. They provide the user guides which nobody in open source projects has got round to writing yet... Read more >>

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