It also allows you to add the Meta Description tag and Name, Description and Image tags for more effective and efficient Google sharing results.
You can also choose to insert the “enclosure” and “media:content” tags to the RSS feeds, so that apps like RSS Graffiti and twitterfeed post the image to Facebook correctly.
You can even post your Twitter updates to your Facebook wall, and even make your Twitter status become your Facebook status.
For businesses, posting the company blog on Facebook can be a great way to keep customers informed.
Linked In, Facebook, Twitter, etc.) to share them on, you might be a bit overwhelmed.
However, there are some excellent services to assist you with this process.
Can be usefull to add your brand to the image that shows up on Facebook shared links.
Other people showed interest in having the commenting interface in other articles, but this is beyond what Wikilog was intended for.
There are other extensions, like Liquid Threads that already fill this niche.
You may try adding NS_MAIN to $wg Wikilog Namespaces, but this was never intended or tested. The extension was designed to operate on its own namespaces.
It definitely won't work in the File/Image namespace, since that namespace has a specific handler that cannot coexist with the Wikilog handler.