To align wikis requires dealing with data formats and any nesting incompatibilities. A number of wiki best practices align wikis to non-wikis and simplify the task:
As these page names indicate,
- every page name containing advice is a verb phrase
- no use of "+" to mean "space", only standard "_"
- no use of uppercase, and yes it's case-sensitive, so you can link within a sentence very easily
- standard verbs like "align" and "ignore" used especially for very abstract concerns where verbs might proliferate unless closely controlled, e.g. align wiki to mindset which employs twelve levers terms
- where one piece of advice has another as a very clear pre-requisite, the name of the more advanced advice redirects to the name of the basic advice, so you can tell someone to nest wikis and there is no chance that they won't understand that's a consequence of trying to align wiki to goals more narrowly
To adopt Wikipedia names is another best practice required to align wikis easily.
To align wikis is a tricky expert job of the wiki trade (one of the infra trades). Without expert help, it's still possible to copy the conventions of eg:itself, adopt wiki best practices and watch for new articles. The portal:editors use is optimized specifically for this use of eg:itself. This lets experts share what they feel must be shared, while making it much easier for people to pay for shared advice, and more for private advice.