Wikis are community maintained knowledge base articles, enabled by a workflow of discussing, implementing and tracking revisions with meaningful comments, when needed.
When there are questions about recent #wiki changes or someone simply would like to discuss a change before adding it, then please start the discussion below the wiki article. However, because the content of the wiki is the central focal point, the replies in the wiki thread are automatically deleted, e.g. after 14 days.
Auto-deletion of topic replies are done to bump wiki articles to the top of the latest topics when a change is added. If replies are not automatically deleted, then the timestamp of the last reply in the thread determines where the topic will be sorted, which is chronologically. If e.g. the auto-deletion is set to 14 days, then a wiki article will be utmost not bump to the top for 14 days if there are no further replies, but there are wiki changes. This is considered an acceptable trade-off. Because we do want to allow discussions, but we also want to maintain the focus on the wiki article.
To change a wiki, click on the
Edit Wiki button in the upper right corner:
Make your changes as small as possible. This makes tracking changes easier. Also don’t forget to leave a revision comment, if needed. This can be done in the field that says
why are you editing?, which will appear when you click on the logo in the upper left corner, next to your username: