Difference: WikiNotation (r2 vs. r1)

TWiki is links linking topics automatically, provided you give a WikiTopic a name that follows the WikiNotation . It is a sequence of:

  • Uppercase letter(s)
  • Lowercase letter(s)
  • Uppercase letter(s)
  • Optional lowercase or uppercase letter(s) or number(s)

Good examples for topic names:

Bad examples for topic names:

  • Web: Name with no uppercase letter in between
  • T5Wiki: Name with number before the first lowercase letter
  • Know-How: Name with dashes in between

Sometimes you have to be creative to find a good name for a WikiTopic. For example, if you want to create a topic about the year 2000 problem, you could go for FixY2K or YearTwoK or YearTwoThousand, but not Year2K or Y2K or Y2000 as a topic name.

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