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Re: "When to link wiki-articles vs when to link main site". I'm thinking maybe just link inside the wiki everywhere except for the article about the actual tool/page/etc? My assumption is that people generally want to "stay in the wiki" when clicking stuff but I might be wrong? --Pleu (4523550) (talk) 22:36, 2 March 2021 (CET)

Yes, I agree. Even if people want to have a link to the site, then it is only one extra click to go to the wiki page, then to the tool/page itself. I would also assume that references to the geocaching.com site are linked to the wiki page about geocaching.com too, unless it is a specific page (a bookmarklist, home location etc.). DrAcorn (15789140) (talk) 12:08, 4 March 2021 (CET)