This page documents an English MicroWiki policy.
It describes a widely accepted standard that all editors should normally follow. Changes made to it should reflect consensus.
Red links (sometimes referred to as dead links), like this one, signify that the linked-to page does not exist—it either never existed, or previously did exist but has been deleted. It is useful while editing articles to add a red link to indicate that a page will be created soon or that an article should be created for the topic because the subject is notable and verifiable; red links help MicroWiki expand and grow. The creation of red links prevents new pages from being orphaned from the start.
A red link appears whenever double brackets
[[ ]] are placed around a word or phrase for which MicroWiki does not have an article.
This article contains too many red links, and may be going through a major copy edit. You can help by clicking on red links and creating articles or by removing unnecessary red links.