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You can use a wiki to share detailed, long-form project information. Wikis are available in public and private repositories with GitHub Pro, GitHub Team, GitHub Enterprise Cloud, and GitHub Enterprise Server, as well as in public and private repositories with GitHub Free and GitHub Free for companies.

GitHub wikis are git repositories in and of themselves. This means you can keep track of wiki updates and accept problems and pull requests to a wiki-specific repository. It makes logical to build up a separate repository for the wiki so that contributors outside of our team can submit pull requests and bugs.

Wiki is most known for hosting public wikis on pop culture fandoms, although users can create wikis on any topic for free using an intuitive interface. There is no way to create a private wiki, and the service displays advertisements on websites.

A wiki is a collaborative tool that allows students to edit and contribute to one or more course-related pages. Wikis are collaborative in nature and help students establish a sense of community within a course. A wiki is essentially a web page with an open-editing system.

  • Navigate to the repository's home page on GitHub.com.
  • Select Wiki from the drop-down menu next to your repository's name.
  • Click New Page in the upper-right corner of the page.
  • To write in a format other than Markdown, select a different format from the Edit mode drop-down menu.

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