So there's already the system to pull in release info to a post, and that gave me the idea of requesting a feature to pull in the content of Wiki pages. This would be very useful for situations where a sticky could be made, but the person who made it might become inactive after a while. Instead of one person having to update the guide and new threads being made when members become inactive, if the first post of a stickie'd thread was pulled in from the Wiki, then if the member leaves the thread could still stay updated, and more people could contribute in a place where it'd be easily visible. The PSP emulator sticky gave me this idea, riposte edited the first post to link to a wiki page people could edit to update as needed. http://gbatemp.net/t224035-psp-retro-emulators But people aren't always that fond of following links for information... When I made the which flash cart should I get guide it was suggested I marge the chart with the one on the wiki (and I tried, but got too lazy). Stuff like this that may be best used with features not available on forum software natively (like colored tables) would be better pulling from the Wiki. Now, this would only be used for a few things, I'm not saying every page on the Wiki needs a corresponding sticky, but some stickies and guides could be greatly enhanced by this. For example a guide in the acekard section could have a post in it that pulls in the acekard 2i updating guide. It'd possibly encourage people to contribute more too, and raise more general awareness of the wiki.