# CopyPastMe

CopyPastMe] is page that can be copypasted as is; after the saving, it should look similar to the SamplePage, giving the hint, what is expected to be typed, loaded as a new page.

The samples are in English; however, the new page can be in any language.

[[SamplePage]] is the example, that is supposed to be used creating the new page in [[TORI]]. The source can be opened in an independent frame, to copypast the wiki-commands. Also, the source can be copied as is to the new page; then the general recommendations should be replaced with the content, specific for the new article.

'''Name of the page''' should be repeated at the beginning of the preamble, and followed by the short description or definition of the term. If the text is borrowed from other resources, this should be specified in the preamble. Provide the reference <ref name="original"> URL, Author(s), Title, Name of the resource, Volume, Date of publication, pages, Short quite indicating that <i>the content is relevant for the citing page</i>.</ref> , where did you got the text, and explain, why do you think that this text is appropriate for [[TORI]].

==Introduction==

Importance of the article should be specified here. The appearing of opposite points of view on some topic in the publications

<ref name="opponent1"> URL, name, title, resource, date. <i>Every [[chrumzic]] is supplied with [[jidenwa]]s</i></ref>

<ref name="opponent2"> URL, name, title, resource, date. <i>Some [[chrumzic]]s have no [[jidenwa]]s</i></ref>

<ref name="opponent3"> URL, name, title, resource, date. <i>Neither [[chrumzic]] nor [[jidenwa]] exist</i></ref> in respected journals can be good motivation.

The main idea of the message, that the article bring, should be explained in the Introduction.

The title may be justified in the Introduction.

The terminology should be adjusted here.

==General formulas==

The general assumptions, specific for the article, should be specified here.

For example, the non–equivalence of [[MediaWiki]] and [[WikiMedia]] can be expressed with equation

$$\rm Media ~ Wiki \ne Wiki ~ Media \label{MW}$$

==Non-trivial results, observations, deduction==

The resultative part of the page may require several sections.

The non-trivial concepts should be formulated.

==Conclusion==

The concepts deduced above should be formulated in sharp, short and precise form.

This form should allow the confirmation and should allow the refutation:

In which cases the concept suggested can be qualified as wrong and refuted.

If no refutation is allowed, then the article should be qualified as art or as religion,

indicating the corresponding category below.

Illustrations of the cases, where the concepts described cannot be applied, often appear as humor.
Then, these illustrations may deserve the special section.
Humor may be placed either before the Conclusion (especially, if short), or immediately after.
If humor occupies most of the article, it should be qualified with $\rm [[Category:Humor]]$ below.

==References==

<references/>

The references should begin with link(s).

After the numbered references (cited in the text), some relevant links can be added without numbers.

==Keywords==

Related articles in TORI should be listed here. This section can be placed also before the references (especially, if many references are suggested). Keywords should not be confused with categories below.

Categories should appear in English, while the keywords may be titles of articles in any languages. Here is the example:

[[TORI]], [[Concept]], [[Refutation]]

'''Categories''' should be specified at the bottom. Such a convention is to simplify their search. The main working language of [[Wo]] is English; and the categories also should be in English. Then, the look at the category indicates the related pages in any languages.

[[Category:Test]]

[[Category:Tutorial]]

[[Category:Wo]]

[[Category:English]]