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*'''[[User:Matthew D. Smith|Matthew D. Smith]] 15:23, 7 January 2008 (CST)''': If no one objects, I believe that the plural of 'wiki' is 'wikis' rather than 'wiki's'.  The reference for this that I have (I could look further if anyone would like) is the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki wikipedia entry for 'wiki'].  I'll change the pluralization within the article, but is there any convention for changing the page title?  Thanks all.
*'''[[User:Matthew D. Smith|Matthew D. Smith]] 15:23, 7 January 2008 (CST)''': If no one objects, I believe that the plural of 'wiki' is 'wikis' rather than 'wiki's'.  The reference for this that I have (I could look further if anyone would like) is the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki wikipedia entry for 'wiki'].  I'll change the pluralization within the article, but is there any convention for changing the page title?  Thanks all.
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: I would just move the page and update any links... that way no one can complain ;-) --[[User:Dan Bolser|Dan]] 05:41, 3 July 2008 (UTC)
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[[User:Bill Flanagan|Bill Flanagan (OpenWetWare.org at MIT)]] 14:30, 29 April 2009 (EDT)*I checked to see whether all of the listed wikis still are active. I modified the entries to reflect the dad ones. Out of the remaining wikis, a few no longer are active but still are online.  This appears to be a banner week for the Flu Wiki!

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  • Matthew D. Smith 15:23, 7 January 2008 (CST): If no one objects, I believe that the plural of 'wiki' is 'wikis' rather than 'wiki's'. The reference for this that I have (I could look further if anyone would like) is the wikipedia entry for 'wiki'. I'll change the pluralization within the article, but is there any convention for changing the page title? Thanks all.
I would just move the page and update any links... that way no one can complain ;-) --Dan 05:41, 3 July 2008 (UTC)

Bill Flanagan (OpenWetWare.org at MIT) 14:30, 29 April 2009 (EDT)*I checked to see whether all of the listed wikis still are active. I modified the entries to reflect the dad ones. Out of the remaining wikis, a few no longer are active but still are online. This appears to be a banner week for the Flu Wiki!

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