The illustrated anatomy of a paper - and how it may look like on a wiki
Following up on last night's demo of a paper-turned-into-wiki-article, I am adding below a pictorial summary of some of the key issues. The comments are meant to apply to a typical paper, not necessarily just this one or other papers in this journal.
Second, let's see how a wiki would handle the same information. An introduction is not necessary any more — wikilinks from the abstract can do the trick:
I plan to extend the wiki demo to the remaining parts too, as time permits. Help with and comments on this are greatly appreciated. The HTML source is in the Etherpad embedded in the previous post.