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 Has anyone experimented with pulling commits from an external ikiwiki into your own?
 
-I ask because I've just read a great article about Federated Wikis.
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-Here's the link.  http://hapgood.us/2014/11/06/federated-education-new-directions-in-digital-collaboration/
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-...I probably won't be able to post this because of the link.  Let's see.
+I ask because I've just read a great [article about Federated Wikis](http://hapgood.us/2014/11/06/federated-education-new-directions-in-digital-collaboration/ "Federated Education: New Directions In Digital Collaboration").
 
 Anyway, the author opens with the idea that good ideas are often lost or delayed for years because of we don't communicate as well as we could.  He presents an example: Arthur C. Clarke speculating about GPS over a decade before Sputnik.