This is a test: I see a wiki option, and I want to know what it does.
I have marked this as a “wiki post”.
Can you edit this post?
List of people who have edited this post:
@JonasIsensee this is fun! Edit: “You can only mention ten people in a post”
@kellertuer was here, too.
- mrufsvold is a simple guy who likes an Internet point as much as the next person.
- What me afraid? Steven Siew
- Cheers from #evetion!
- Yup, works (
This is a reply to the wiki post. How does that work?
Can you edit this reply? Can you reply?
Can only read or answer. Can’t edit your reply. Seems to do well.
Despite your post I can’t find any Wiki option anywhere…
Looks like only users with Discourse trust level 3 (“regulars”) can create wiki posts, but anyone with at least trust level 1 can edit wiki posts: Understanding Discourse Trust Levels
I can make a wiki post by selecting the wrench, and then selecting “Make Wiki”:
My first real test of the Wiki post is to try to organize some friendlier documentation for strings in Julia:
Are there additional differences between a wiki post and a normal one, other than the shared editing of the OP?
E.g., are they discoverable in some other way or something like that? I couldn’t find anything in the sidebar that seemed to show only wiki entries at least.
Edit: And how do you find you trust level? I could see I had a badge for “regular”, but I can’t see the wrench that @mkitti shows.
Edit2: Trust level found in profile summary and press expand in the top section. And I do seem to have the wrench, but just on some subset of my own posts from what I have found so far.
TIL you can only tag 10 people per post
Just a note — wikis aren’t new and we’ve been using a prominent one for five years now