Did you perhaps mean transfusion?
- Coined by Ted Nelson in his 1982 book Literary Machines. Probably a portmanteau of trans- and inclusion. (Wiktionary)
“The thing about "real" transclusion is that the transcluded text/object is literally in more than one place at a time, and that allows one to add more context to things, e.g., someone could put your post in the context of a page about transclusion-like techniques, and it literally would be part of the page.”
“Ted Nelson called this idea "transclusion" and it was one of two essential properties of Xanadu that distinguished it from the Web.”
“Okay, I think 'transclusion' is what was hanging me up -- that's something computer people made up to mean 'taking a bit of something and sticking it in somewhere else while leaving the original where it was', is it?”
“Of course, an interface like that would require some form of transclusion.”
“Names of these files will need to be changed, but the transclusion is awesome!”
“Wikis, in general, are also good on content transclusion so you can define a piece of content once and use it again.”
“Re: content transclusion, I've written a series of blogs on this topic -”
“Step 1 would be making interwiki transclusion not suck.”
“I've pretty much worked my Officeholder template to allow all subpage to be protected by cascading (which, again, as you probably know, is where a page is automatically protected because it appears (by transclusion - like how template show up on other page) on another page that is protected).”
“Chris, Is there a way of conditional transclusion, such that "Dachshund" does not appear on”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘transclusion’.
Cool technology-related words.
Cribbed from Transhumanist Terminology at aleph.se, which has definitions, and is itself based on the Lextropicon.
Some days, there will be a word. That word is the word of the day. Other days shall remain wordless. That's just the way things go.
Amassing a good trove for starters.
Looking for tweets for transclusion.