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Here is a list of documents which may be helpful in understanding how WikiBooks works.
- Wikibooks:Manual of Style
- Editing Wikitext - for a more visually interesting reference.
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- TiddlyWiki Manual
- All WikiText related features: Macros, Widgets, Formatting, etc.
- TiddlyWiki Desk Reference - maybe?
- All code related features, plugin development, core architecture, etc.
- TiddlyWiki Technical Reference
- I would like to find a way to generate a technical reference to put here, or at least keep it up to date.
- This would document everything. Everything about filters, plugins, and everything else. You could probably call it a specification. But the code is the specification, bugs excepted.
- Might be a duplicate of the two above.
- TiddlyWiki Classic
- Anything related to TW Classic.
These titles are just examples, but if that is the best option, then we can use those.