Wiki's do not impose many limits on organization or use, so it's helpful to spell out some guidelines.
- Try to write in the third person where possible. In the end wiki is a collaborative documentation system so the contents should be in an instructive style. In addition, doing so makes it clear that contributions can be rewritten or removed-- something that people are rarely willing to do with first person contributions.
- If something isn't complete or quite right, correct it in place. Expect others to elaborate or complete your work.
- Dialogues are acceptable but over the long term should be refactored to third person.
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