All contributors must read and abide by the code-of-conduct, as well as the contributing guidelines outlined below.
Generally, TerraWiki.org follows the Wikipedia five pillars guidelines for contribution. Please familiarize yourself with each of the five pillars before contributing to TerraWiki.org.
TerraWiki is a community documentation platform for the Terra ecosystem. It is not an advertising platform or a soapbox. Keep all contributions limited to reference information, guides, and tutorials about developing on the Terra blockchain. Vandalism, spam, abuse, or trolling will not be tolerated.
TerraWiki is from a neutral point of view. Refrain from editorializing too much, and stick to the facts about the information you are trying to share.
TerraWiki is free content that anyone can use, edit, and distribute.
TerraWiki contributors should treat each other with respect and civility. Please read the code-of-conduct for more information.
TerraWiki is evolving. The core guidelines and code-of-conduct will change over time to fit the needs of the community.
In addition to the five pillars, contributors of TerraWiki.org should always cite any sources they used to write their articles.
Plagiarism will not be tolerated in this wiki. Any verbatim text should be in quotation marks and cited with the proper source. Any condensed or summarized text should include a citation attributing the source.
Sources can be cited by including footnotes in your text and links to the sources at the bottom of the page.
To make a footnote in a markdown editor, first add
[^1] to the end of the sentence or paragraph you need to cite with a source. Adding
[^1] will create a footnote marker linking to your source. Make sure to give each source a different number.
At the very end of the article, link your footnotes to your sources by listing out the footnote marker and source:
For example, typing out the following lines:
This is a footnote[^1].
this is another footnote[^2].
(end of article)
Will produce the following output:
For more information on citations, please refer to Wikipedia's citation guidelines.