- wiki + -fy (Wiktionary)
“Jason suggests that one way to kick start the process would be to wikify a review published already with an open license and let people update it.”
“The only thing left to do is parse the message body and wikify all the proper nouns so that my email comes to life, hyper-linked, document-aware.”
“Let the users take it over and turn it into open source or wikify it.”
“Truth-o-Meter, 2G: Andrew Lih wants to wikify fact-checking » Nieman Journalism Lab”
“Would you prefer that I go through the few remaining red links in my articles and de-wikify them.”
“So instead of doing the editing I had intended I decided to catch up on something I have been meaning to do since I read PJR's "essay" on aSK - that is, list and wikify the contributions for the month or so before Andrew Schafly found my work so”
“There should also be serveral projects which wikify tag cloud creation and which would serve updates via some kind of RSS feeds.”
“Admins have the rights to add news and wikify wanted pages to the Main page.”
“Wales wants to wikify search, making it "open source" and giving users the opportunity to rate search results and ensure that the best sites -- not necessarily the biggest, or the oldest, or the most monied -- make it to the top of the page.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘wikify’.
-fy is an increasingly popular suffix. Put to the end of proper (mostly brand) names or already existing (often web-related) neologisms it opens up a whole new world of new words. Very often, to -f...
These are just some random words that I might find a list for someday.
New verbs for the internet age. No physical activity required.
Looking for tweets for wikify.