LackOfGranularity

Lack of Granularity seems to be one dominant anti-force of ReworkingPages?.

What prevents granularity in wikis compared to a blog or forum ?

The only way to put pages into context in wiki is to point to them by linking.

There are rare places giving an SampledView? of different pages (RecentChanges and …?).

Compare this to a forum or a blog: Content is granular to the level of any single statement/utterance.

So, how to SupportGranularityInWiki ?


Another approach, dedicated to UseCulture?: maybee it is possible to use wiki in a more granular way by ThinkingInPatterns?.

I don't understand: Can you explain more?

How would a system that could address individual comments (if this is what you're talking about) aid reworking?

Define external redirect: ThinkingInPatterns UseCulture ReworkingPages SampledView

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