Will Reid was the founder of Wikipedia, and he is an entrepreneur and writer who founded Wikipedia in 1993. Will Reid has been quoted as saying, “In our current hyper-connected society, it is easier to write about things that could have been easily avoided by the person who wrote them.
Will Reid is a very smart guy with a very successful Wikipedia career, but he is also a great guy, and he is definitely worth our time. The Wikipedia story is really quite fascinating, and we can’t wait to see where this goes. Hopefully it leads to a Wikipedia that’s much more open and collaborative, but until then, we should all read the story of Will, because there are some pretty big implications about Wikipedia.
Will, like many Wikipedia editors, has a good deal of self-awareness. His self-awareness is that he is a self-designated “nerd.” He is aware that he is a nerd. But his self-awareness is that he is also a nerd who has a lot more experience than he realizes. In this way, he is not just a nerd, but also a nerd with a lot of experience.
Wikis are wonderful because they allow anyone to edit any page of any website on the Internet. But it’s not all that great because the editing process is slow and complicated. The wiki process doesn’t need to be complicated, it just has to be slow and cumbersome. The edit process takes a lot of time and a lot of work, so the average wiki page is likely to be very slow to load.
The wiki process is easy. All you have to do is give the people who are running the wiki the correct information and they will do the rest for you.
I dont know if this is the case with other websites, but if someone is going to edit a wiki page, they will also have to make sure that the wiki page is free of errors. The only way for a wiki page to be completely complete and error-free is if the person running the wiki is a complete idiot and takes all of the time put into editing the page.
As a general rule, wiki pages are pretty much complete and error-free. Even the most basic of wiki pages can be edited completely by a simple click of the mouse. But then the question is, what do you edit? How do you know that the wiki entry is complete? Who has the authority to edit this page? For a complete wiki page to be error-free, the person running the wiki has to be a complete idiot.
The process of wiki editing is called “refactoring” and is meant to make mistakes less likely to occur. It is not the same thing as “rewriting.” Most wiki entries are “rewritten” when a person starts editing them. But the only reason you would change a wiki page is if you were the only one able to edit it.
At least until the revision process is complete, we always expect wiki pages to be error-free. After all, if you can edit it, you can probably fix it. But that doesn’t mean it’s always going to be error-free.
Refactoring is a really important process that any maintainer of a wiki should be familiar with. Its like the whole process of improving the formatting and design of your wiki. You need to know what is going on and what you need to do to make it perfect. I’m not going to go into too much detail, but here are some good guidelines for making a wiki look less cluttered.