What is a day-page?

A day-page belongs to a set of day-pages. It is a wiki-page for a certain day.

The title of a day-page consists of the date + the name of the day-page set it belongs to. You can edit a day-page just like every other wiki-page.
For example 2006-05-28_Talk.

The central page of a day-page set is called mother-page.
The title of the mother-page consists of the name of the day-page set + Pages. All day-pages of the set get included at the end of the mother-page, newest on top.
For example TalkPages.

Pages only appears in the CamelCase title of the page. In the [CleanLinking? clean linked] title of the page it is left out as redundant:
TalkPages gets talk
BlogPages gets blog, etc.
One exception:
HintPages? gets [HintPages? hints we're given].

All day-page sets provide their own calendars and rss-feeds. See [AllFeeds? all feeds].

There are currently six day-page sets available on this wiki

Our wiki-net is triggered by the contents of the pages:
[HintPages? hints we're given]
[WhoCaresHerePages? who cares here?]
wiki-net changes
wiki-net blogs

Synchronize our wiki-net and the respective pages manually for now, please.

You can create more day-page sets like _Agenda, _SubProject? etc. Further calendars in the bar to the right can be implemented easily. But please see [Main:WikiNet/PageTitleConventions? wiki-net: page title conventions] before doing so.

To modify a day-page