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Post New Wiki Now Available

Do you have a deep desire to teach people about Mobius Strips? Are you dismayed that we don't have a reference explaining Dark Matter? Mourn no more! It is now possible for Brilliant members to add new wiki pages on any topic.

Just click the Post something at the top of the community page, choose "Add Wiki", and then write an explanation for the community to read. It is, however, a good idea to look around (and search) before you post a wiki in order to avoid creating duplicate pages.

As great pages are added, they will be placed into our existing topic lists.

Be sure to check out the Wiki Guidelines for information on formatting wiki pages as well as best practices.

Here are a few of examples of great wiki pages that already exist:

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3 years ago

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Wow Brilliant's new look is amazing!

Abhishek Singh - 3 years ago

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I really don't like it. Even made a rant note, but then took it down cause eh whatever. At least this site exists. :)

John Muradeli - 3 years ago

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Why don't you like Brilliant's new look?

Victor Loh - 2 years, 12 months ago

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@Victor Loh For the fact that I don't care for the first thing that pops up on Brilliant's homepage (Brilliant.org) - I come here to see people's problems, not my activity history. Also, all the different colors for the topics don't appeal to my eyes - I can read without them just fine. And, I don't like this big black bar stalking my interface as a surf along the website. Plus my name above that is very awkwardly placed. And I preferred when people's streak/points could be viewed from the homepage. That "Leaderboard" feature was extra and unnecessary - on the internet, if something takes me a click more to view something, I ain't doing it. Too lazy (and statistics can support this for majority populations). And the people's problems are also very awkwardly displaced - almost squeezed in along with all the other junk on the interface that's introduced.

I hope this will change to look better, soon (I say soon because nothing on this site stays the same for more than a week).


John Muradeli - 2 years, 12 months ago

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@John Muradeli Exactly!

Abhishek Singh - 2 years, 12 months ago

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@John Muradeli The last bit....XD

Krishna Ar - 2 years, 12 months ago

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I second y'er partially :D

Krishna Ar - 2 years, 12 months ago

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It's awesome ((:

Andrias Yuwantoko - 2 years, 12 months ago

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