* Words like LOGIN, SETUP, SHUTDOWN and KICKBACK are nouns. In verb phrases, keep the verb as a separate word and use an inflected form when appropriate: “<code>Yesterday I set up the system and logged in.</code>”).
== Punctuation and
* Capitalize only the first word of article titles and section headers, but always capitalize proper names and names of books (see [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Naming_conventions#Name_construction Wikipedia naming conventions]); for example: [[Breaking news]], [[Long List]].
* Do not use serial commas.
Times, Numbers... ==
* Where possible, write the name of the month in full, the day (with no ordinal suffix) and the year (four digits): “November 11, 2003”. Omit the day if it is not applicable: “August 2006”. If there isn’t room to write out a date, use an appropriate ISO 8601 format: 1899-04-13. Do not use mm/dd/yyyy or dd/mm/yyyy notation, as these are not understood in the same way throughout North America.
* For phone numbers, use the dialing prefix symbol (plus sign) and country code (1 for both USA and Canada). Group digits using blanks (not parentheses, dashes or periods). For example: +1 212 555 1234.
== Linking and
Article Titles ==
* Link (only) the first occurrence of each phrase in a section to the appropriate internal wiki page.