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To wikify an article is to format it using Wiki markup and add internal links to related articles.

Example of wikifying an article

A user could discover that there was no Sasuke article and create a stub for Sasuke, where he simply copied/pasted the contents of Wikipedia's version to it.

Sasuke stub example

How a page might look after simply being copy/pasted from another web page:

SASUKE is a sports variety special spun off from Kinniku Banzuke; it was part of Kinniku Banzuke until its cancellation in 2002. SASUKE airs between Japanese television drama seasons, approximately two competitions per year. Edited versions of SASUKE air around the world in countries such as Taiwan, the United States (where it is titled Ninja Warrior), Great Britain (also titled Ninja Warrior), France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Finland, New Zealand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Serbia.

Each competition pits 100 competitors against a four-stage obstacle course. Each stage increases in difficulty and a competitor must complete a stage to advance. Competitions begin in the morning and are usually finished well past sunset. Due to time constraints, only about half of the first stage attempts are generally aired, more or less depending on the number of people that advance. [edit] First Stage

The First Stage is designed to test a competitor's overall athletic ability. It has grown and added more obstacles than the other stages over the years. Between 7 to 12 people usually advance. SASUKE 4 featured the most clears of any First Stage, with 37 advancing, and SASUKE 19 had the fewest clears, with only two advancing. [edit] Second Stage

Sasuke stub wikified

Another user could come and wikify this article so that it uses wiki style formating and links:

SASUKE is a sports variety special spun off from Kinniku Banzuke; it was part of Kinniku Banzuke until its cancellation in 2002. SASUKE airs between Japanese television drama seasons, approximately two competitions per year. Edited versions of SASUKE air around the world in countries such as Taiwan, the United States (where it is titled Ninja Warrior), Great Britain (also titled Ninja Warrior), France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Finland, New Zealand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Serbia.

Format

Each competition pits 100 competitors against a four-stage obstacle course. Each stage increases in difficulty and a competitor must complete a stage to advance. Competitions begin in the morning and are usually finished well past sunset. Due to time constraints, only about half of the first stage attempts are generally aired, more or less depending on the number of people that advance.

First Stage

The First Stage is designed to test a competitor's overall athletic ability. It has grown and added more obstacles than the other stages over the years. Between 7 to 12 people usually advance. SASUKE 4 featured the most clears of any First Stage, with 37 advancing, and SASUKE 19 had the fewest clears, with only two advancing.

Another thing to do would be making sure the page is properly categorized.

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