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'''Mediawikianism''' is the belief that problems with adding and improving content can be usually overcome with improvements to the [[MediaWiki]] software, such as custom scripts and extensions.
 
Mediawikianism is the belief that problems with adding and improving content can be usually overcome with improvements to the [[MediaWiki]] software, such as custom scripts and extensions.
 
   
 
Of course, this does not eliminate or obviate editing entirely, but members of this school of thought believe most of the hurdles making editing harder can be solved via improvements to the wiki engine.
 
Of course, this does not eliminate or obviate editing entirely, but members of this school of thought believe most of the hurdles making editing harder can be solved via improvements to the wiki engine.
   
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Latest revision as of 20:26, 5 February 2018


Mediawikianism is the belief that problems with adding and improving content can be usually overcome with improvements to the MediaWiki software, such as custom scripts and extensions.

Of course, this does not eliminate or obviate editing entirely, but members of this school of thought believe most of the hurdles making editing harder can be solved via improvements to the wiki engine.