I was even one of those people asking a question of this kind compelled by the need of finding a good way, or variations of ways on make compositions.

What you think if we can put up a wiki of possible compositions, or example on compositions or reading on compositions so we can make reference to it for all those question related to it?

I am sure that with a common effort of our knowledge we can come out with something really interesting, inspiring and useful.

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The SE format does allow for wikis tied to specific tags that can be created and updated by users that meet certain requirements. Clicking on a tag anywhere in the interface kicks off a search for only those questions that use that particular tag. At the top of that page, there is a link to create and view the wiki for that tag. The tag wiki typically isn't as robust as a traditional wiki (no multiple pages, just a single page), but it is utilized on Stackoverflow for FAQs, links to other resources, and the like.

The trick here is that there is only one question that uses the composition tag at the time of this writing.

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    Thank you I was unaware of this dynamic.
    – Littlemad
    Jan 10, 2011 at 23:11

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