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Refactoring the Swiki
Last updated at 11:42 pm UTC on 28 April 2017
Refactoring is a term normally used in the context of programming, but it makes some sense in the context of editing wiki pages as well. You can refactor by:

Refactoring the swiki is an important part of maintaining a healthy, understandable swiki. Don't be afraid to help out! (Of course, if you're planning on doing something like a major refactoring of pages linked from the "top" page, it might be good to notify the Squeak Mailing Lists first.) –Doug Way


Swiki refactoring is also a good way for those of us new to Squeak to learn more about the language. Click on "Help" at the top-right of a Swiki page, and read through it to see how easy it is to edit/modify these pages. Swiki editing is easy and every small and not-so-small useful edit or refactor will help everyone who uses the swiki. Browse on all examples


These sets of similar pages need to be merged and refactored especially badly.

Squeak Tutorials


External Resources


Document Indices:


Squeak FAQs


Squeak User Interface

Widgets


Projects and Packages


Way old, obsolete, and outdated pages


Screenshots


Squeak License



I have started stepping through all the pages on the Swiki, and dusting, tagging, and unlocking them. I am starting with the easy pagesMatthew Fulmer