Why does Wikipedia's URL contain /wiki/?

Answer It's sort of a form of namespacing, separating things out so that there's no ambiguity and no clashes.Wikipedia titles support all sorts of things. For example, favicons (the little icons for each ... Read More »

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Is and WikiLeaks related They both have wiki in them Does Wiki mean something bad?

They are not related. Think of it this way: both New York City and Ho Chi Minh City have the word "city" in their names, but they aren't the same place and they don't share a municipal government.... Read More »

Do all the Wikipedias conform to UTC?

There are definitely a few that go by different times. For example, French Wikipedia and German Wikipedia, at least, use CET (Central European Time; UTC+1 [that's one hour ahead of UTC]). This make... Read More »

What is wikipedias problem?

Wikipedia has blacked out their website for the rest of the day, censored it, if you will. It's to protest against a bill that Congress is trying to pass in the U.S. right now called the Stop Onlin... Read More »

Wiki need help (New wiki place)?

Go to Wikia, and if they say you stold something all you have to do is deny everything and tell them it's them who stold something and not you. Works every time.