I find myself converting non Wiki web pages to Wiki format, then adding to the result. This tends to end up with pages that are rather long, perhaps a few hundred lines.

What is the concensus? Is it like OO programming, where methods are encouraged to be less than a page in size? Or it it better to keep related material together, using the wonderful %toc% mechanism? Or should I not worry - use different sized pages to suit the topic as I (or other authors, but there have been few of these so far) see fit?

-- MikeVanEmmerik - 11 Dec 2001


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