Wikipedia, the missing manual by John Broughton: a short review

I was hoping this book would be more technical than it turned out to be. If you’re looking for a technical wiki overview, this isn’t that book.

That said, it’s a fine book, intended mainly for people who want to contribute to Wikipedia. It touches on style, on mechanical issues, on software possibilities, on relationships with other writer/editors, and similar issues and realities. Worth a read.

This short review was originally published on LibraryThing.

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