How This Site Works

This site aggregates links curated by individual members of the TiddlyWiki community. It lets you see the latest links, and explore them through categories and timelines.

This site works best with a crowd of people posting links. The pressure on individuals is reduced because not everybody needs to catch every interesting link that flies past. The aggregation effects reduce the impact of mistakes. For example, if one person mis-tags a link under an inappropriate topic, the site will show that only one person added that tag, versus the majority using more appropriate tags. In that way, we hope that a sort of wisdom of the crowds will emerge, with consensus emerging as to the most useful ways to describe and categorise links.

How To Contribute

We invite you to become a contributing editor for TiddlyWikiLinks.

The technical requirement is that you must maintain a publicly accessible TiddlyWiki containing the links. The URL of your site must be registered in the sites.json file in the GitHub repository. You can go ahead and add yourself if you know how to send a GitHub pull request, or you can post a message to the forum asking for somebody else to create the PR on your behalf. The information needed in sites.json is:

The links must be stored as individual tiddlers tagged $:/tags/Link with the following fields:

Your wiki should also have the following system tiddlers:


Code of Conduct