The WikiNode connects this wikia to WikiNodes (or similar pages) of neighboring wikis.
Many wikis have a WikiNode or similarly-named page (in clean-linked form, they are all written as "wiki-node"), grouping related wikis for ease of navigation between them. This is the same idea as WebRing except shown not as a small feature on each page but as the main content on a specific page.
The CamelCase format arose in the days when page names had to be single words. We don't need to use it here but it's harmless and friendly when relating to sites that stick to it.
The Cities Wikia is about places where people live, with an emphasis on what's good and how things might become better.
Wikias devoted to places and communities Edit
- Our main detailed listing - it includes information about content in this wikia and also pointers to other wikias about these places
- Urbepedia - "a wiki about all things urban – the experiences and challenges of city life in the 21st century, the history of cities and ideas about cities ..."
- Sustainable Community Action - Places, projects and networks (portal article), SCA City category
- Wikia Travel - This is for creating travel guides to the world. Whereas Cities Wikia is written mostly by locals for locals, Wikia Travel is written by travelers and locals for travelers.
Wikias devoted to countries or substantial regions Edit
- African Wiki
- Belgiki - Wiki for Belgium (French)
- Canada Wiki
- Mexicanos en Australia (Spanish)
- New Zealand
- Scotland Wiki
- United States of America Wiki
Other place sites Edit
- oddwiki-hive / city-wiki-center: wiki-node, a center-wiki for city-wikis
Specific places Edit
- Auckland-wiki: wiki-node, New Zealand
- Davis-wiki: wiki-node, California, U.S.A.
- Ettlingen (South Germany)
- Rhein-Neckar-wiki: wiki-node (Heidelberg, Mannheim, and Ludwigshafen, in south-west Germany)
- Karlsruhe-wiki: wiki-node, South Germany
- Kerkrade, Netherlands
- München-wiki: wiki-node
- Pforzheim-Enz-wiki: wiki-node, South Germany
- Schöneiche-wiki: wiki-node, Germany
Within our cities, towns and regions, there are "smaller" places, like neighborhoods, buildings and homes. Here are some related wiki: