I just noticed that the wiki recently had its one-year anniversary. All in all, I am fairly satisfied with what I have achieved - a large repository of art-related links and information. And though I wish more would work on it, there have been a few people who have added original tutorials to it...
I've added a new Improvement Guide to the wiki, which seems to be helping - a few more people have started to make edits and new additions.
For anyone willing to help out, this sub-forum lists websites with a large number of tutorials which I'd like to link to from the wiki but haven't found the time for yet - and that might not happen for a long time, since I am rather busy with simply adding the newest tutorials here on DeviantArt.
I'm not sure if you have checked this out, but there are a plethora of tutorials here. Everything from digital to traditional, to anime to realism, to anatomy and coloring. Perhaps these could make a nice addition to the website.
Wow, those are a lot of links. Now if only somebody would help me add them to the wiki...
(Hint, hint. )
As for the bakaneko links, it's possible that some of the links are no longer up to date - I gathered most of them last summer. I'll have to check them again at some point in the future and if necessary alter or prune them.
Close to the bottom of each wiki page are a number of commands in gray. One of these is called "edit". Click on it, and you will see the current page in wiki code. Do your changes, and then save it again.
Internal links - links to other pages in the wiki - have to be entered in triple square brackets. For example, a link to a "Photomanipulation" page would look like this:
You can create such links even if no such page exists yet - in that case, the link will be displayed in gray instead of blue. When you click on such a link, you will automatically be taken to the "edit" function of the new page, and you can thus create this page.
External links have to be put into single square bracket, followed by the description of the page you are linking to. For example, if you want to create a link to a page with the URL: