Wikistyle

  1. Talk like a normal human being, not an academic.
    1. Never use the word one when you mean you:
      1. Wrong: One should install the package by running $ doas pkg_add tcl
      2. Right: $ doas pkg_add tcl
  2. Be concise
    1. Wrong: You have now successfully turned from what was a comment into an actual parameter. You will need to uncomment and set any line that begins with semi-colon (;) character at the beginning of the line for any feature that you want. **Without removing that semi-colon that feature is either disabled or the defaults are used!**
    2. Right: Put a semi-colon (;) in front of a line to comment it out. Remove it to uncomment it.
    3. Wrong: I personally do not condone the notion of using FQDN that does not belong to you, as the consequences of going public with the named servers //can// potentially end up in lawsuits, for falsely misrepresenting a domain name.
    4. Right: Don't use a domain you don't own.
  3. Use the active voice, not the passive.
  4. One paragraph for each new topic, and start each paragraph with a topic sentence
  5. One main topic per page. If you have multiple topics, create multiple pages and link to those pages.
  6. Be opinionated and defend it with evidence
    1. If there is a strong disagreement, create a separate page or a separate category.