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Esta versión de GitHub Enterprise Server se discontinuará el 2024-08-29. No se realizarán lanzamientos de patch, ni siquiera para problemas de seguridad críticos. Para obtener rendimiento mejorado, seguridad mejorada y nuevas características, actualice a la versión más reciente de GitHub Enterprise Server. Para obtener ayuda con la actualización, póngase en contacto con el soporte técnico de GitHub Enterprise.

Acerca de las wikis

Puedes alojar documentación para tu repositorio en una wiki, para que otros puedan usar y colaborar con tu proyecto.

¿Quién puede utilizar esta característica?

Las wikis se encuentran disponibles en los repositorios públicos con GitHub Free y con GitHub Free para las organizaciones, y en los repositorios públicos y privados con GitHub Pro, GitHub Team, GitHub Enterprise Cloud, y GitHub Enterprise Server.

Every repository on your GitHub Enterprise Server instance comes equipped with a section for hosting documentation, called a wiki. You can use your repository's wiki to share long-form content about your project, such as how to use it, how you designed it, or its core principles. A README file quickly tells what your project can do, while you can use a wiki to provide additional documentation. For more information, see "About READMEs."

With wikis, you can write content just like everywhere else on GitHub Enterprise Server. For more information, see "Getting started with writing and formatting on GitHub." We use our open-source Markup library to convert different formats into HTML, so you can choose to write in Markdown or any other supported format.

You can use Markdown to add rendered math expressions, diagrams, maps, and 3D models to your wiki. For more information on creating rendered math expressions, see "Writing mathematical expressions." For more information on creating diagrams, maps and 3D models, see "Creating diagrams."

If you create a wiki in a public repository, the wiki is available to anyone with access to your GitHub Enterprise Server instance. If you create a wiki in a private or internal repository, only people with access to the repository can access the wiki. For more information, see "Setting repository visibility."

You can edit wikis directly on GitHub Enterprise Server, or you can edit wiki files locally. By default, only people with write access to your repository can make changes to wikis, although you can allow everyone on your GitHub Enterprise Server instance to contribute to a wiki in a public repository. For more information, see "Changing access permissions for wikis."

Note: For performance reasons, wikis have a soft limit of 5,000 pages. If you exceed this limit, some pages may be inaccessible to users.

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