I'm trying to find which wiki would be the most appropriate for this (in that context). (Of course, it doesn't have to be on Wikia.) I'm not sure if this could be described as cybernetics or not; if so, w:c:biomedicalcybernetics or w:c:cybernetics may be the best fit. However, they're both inactive. Thoughts? --Jesdisciple (talk) 14:59, 24 November 2008 (UTC)
On the face of it either of these would do as we would not restrict our interests to the medical uses.Dr Joe Kiff 17:42, 24 November 2008 (UTC)
- I've begun the article (from the current Wikipedia article) at w:c:biomedicalcybernetics:Brain-computer_interface and stopped changing links at #Prominent_research_successes. I still intend to help, but no more tonight.
- You can use linking templates to find all pages which link to a given wiki. Just visit the page and click What links here on the left or visit Special:WhatLinksHere and enter the page's title. Within a page, use Ctrl+F to find each occurrence of a template. I think you will find this particularly useful for Wikipedia and the Biology Wiki, where I linked for more general topics.
- I caution you to be careful about where to link; if a topic is more relevant to another wiki, you should link to that one and maybe link to your own from it. But Wikipedia and other super-wikis should always be your last choice for where to link, except perhaps in External links. I detail my opinion on this matter further at w:Wikia:Interwiki_Integration#Content_links. --Jesdisciple (talk) 03:58, 25 November 2008 (UTC)
Please see Forum:Relevant content & interwiki links (prompted by a comment from Drawde83). For now, I have replaced the entire content of w:c:biomedicalcybernetics:Brain-computer_interface with a link to Wikipedia. I hope I don't offend your sovereignty; please object if I do. --Jesdisciple (talk) 16:13, 25 November 2008 (UTC)