[I had a bit of trouble picking which list to use; I guess Wiki
pages are part of our docs, in a way...]
How do people feel about "TL;DR:" being used at the start of a Wiki
page to which we want to direct users?
I'll go first -- I hate it.
Every time I bring up the page before referring a user there, I find
that those geeky capital letters in bold screaming at me are
distracting and annoying. Since Craig obviously doesn't, I didn't
want to just change it without other input.
Personally, I think "keep reading" in bold probably covers it.
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