I’m going to start documenting how to do various things in Smallest Federated Wiki. These little tidbits will be helpful to people who have already started using SFW but may not know some of its less obvious features.

In this video, I deal with the problem of getting SFW pages you found through Twitter and other means onto your site. Often when you find a site in SFW your “left-most” context is your site, because that’s where you came from. When coming from Twitter, or a link in an email, or while browsing a site you “collapsed” (more on that later) you need a way to get another site’s page into your site’s context so you can fork it. It sounds complex; it’s easy in practice. Check out the video.

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One Minute Federated Wiki: Pulling Something From Twitter

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