short wiki pages have some advantages, and long wiki pages have some advantages, but having both versions is duplicitous... unless a solution is found
- wiki pages longer than 32 k break some browser editors.
- long wiki pages require large amounts of scrolling, which is really difficult on mac pOS X
- short wiki pages require manual "what's next" links
there needs to be a way to embed idividual ideas and chapters into one binder.. Bugzilla:382 is for this
a way to sew wiki pages together, so that pages can be ordered, and organized into chapters, that do not interfere with the rest of the category system.
a way to bond multiple wiki pages together.
a way to embed many wikipages into one page.
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for example, it would be nice to list all of the problem statements on one page, while still having them be individually sortable, and have the problem statement embedable into many other pages, so that statement doesn't have to be rewritten, and becomes written more precicely..
project: wikibooks is what needs this...