How do you move from DocumentMode to ThreadMode? It's easy: add some comments in an existing topic and provide your WikiSignature.
Here's an example:
Over the years, this annual techfest has become one of the most important events in the industry. This year, the event will be much smaller -- only 50,000 will attend the weeklong trade show. Also, this year is not expected to be a showcase for cool, new electronic goods. Instead, the focus will be on these seven themes:
- Wireless and Mobility
- Windows Platform
- Open Source and Linux
- On Demand Computing
- The Digital Enterprise
- Web Services
Which of these themes do you think is the most compelling?
I think that Comdex is a BoringTradeshow. What does everybody else think? -- DavidOrnstein
Web Services would be my pick for the most compelling. Unfortunately I don't get the chance to go to many BoringTradeshow's. Work doesn't seem that keen on letting me go. Perhaps I need to improve my NegotiationTechniques? -- David Beer
DocumentMode is when a Wiki contribution is written in the third person and left unsigned. The piece of text is community property; it may have multiple and changing authors as it is updated to reflect the community consensus.
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Thread mode is a form of discussion where our community holds a conversation.
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describes the author of a comment or topic
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David Ornstein works at Microsoft. He is the primary original author and a key contributor to the software (FlexWiki) that makes this wiki run.
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