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A WikiName that has special meaning to the community. It is used to group pages, by searching for the tag and seeing all the pages that have it. A WikiName that has special meaning to the community. It is used to group pages, by searching for the tag and seeing all the pages that have it. Under MoinMoin wiki, one should use [:CategoryCategory:Categories].
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 * CleanMe - Page needs cleanup post Kwiki move ## Many editors actually write "FixMe" in their page (not knowing about WikiTags).
## advocating the use of "Catergory FixMe" would be tedious... they wouldn't be as
## explicit to wiki-readers too.
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Wiki``Tag is a legacy feature of former kwiki. '''Categories should be used instead.'''

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''This page should be dropped, IMHO. All the pages should be filed as CategoryCategory.'' -- TheAnarcat [[DateTime(2006-05-15T02:01:49Z)]]

## * [http://wiki.debian.net/index.cgi?action=search&search=CleanMe Search now]
## This link does not work -- ZugSchlus 2005-10-22

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CategoryObsolete
See also :
##A little trick to avoir this page to be tagged in Categories CleanMe or Obsolete
 * [http://wiki.debian.org/?action=fullsearch&context=180&value=Category%2BCleanMe&titlesearch=Titles Category CleanMe] - Page needs cleanup post Kwiki migration
 * [http://wiki.debian.org/?action=fullsearch&context=180&value=Category%2BObsolete&titlesearch=Titles Category Obsolete] - obsolete pages.

A WikiName that has special meaning to the community. It is used to group pages, by searching for the tag and seeing all the pages that have it. Under MoinMoin wiki, one should use [:CategoryCategory:Categories].

Currently used wiki tags:

  • FixMe - Here is something that needs to be fixed.

See also :