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I am uncertain if creating a "High Quality Pages" folder in the wiki navigation bar would be a good idea. It requires a quite subjective assessment, and likely would not be interesting to most of our visitors.
 
I am uncertain if creating a "High Quality Pages" folder in the wiki navigation bar would be a good idea. It requires a quite subjective assessment, and likely would not be interesting to most of our visitors.
 
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Normally mainstream stuff gets stuff of such quality, say, we aren't going to just put someone like [[Sketch Turner]] just because his page really can't get more detailed.
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Normally mainstream stuff gets stuff of such quality, say, we aren't going to just put someone like [[Sketch Turner]] just because his page really can't get more detailed/better.
   
 
The subjective stuff can be fixed with some poll, and that section could even change once each 2 months or so, so that way many will try to get the honor of getting one of their best pages featured for a while.
 
The subjective stuff can be fixed with some poll, and that section could even change once each 2 months or so, so that way many will try to get the honor of getting one of their best pages featured for a while.

Latest revision as of 23:11, November 25, 2019

Antvasima wrote:

I am uncertain if creating a "High Quality Pages" folder in the wiki navigation bar would be a good idea. It requires a quite subjective assessment, and likely would not be interesting to most of our visitors.

Normally mainstream stuff gets stuff of such quality, say, we aren't going to just put someone like Sketch Turner just because his page really can't get more detailed/better.

The subjective stuff can be fixed with some poll, and that section could even change once each 2 months or so, so that way many will try to get the honor of getting one of their best pages featured for a while.

As for the visitors, well, I don't think adding that would affect that much (if at all), as the other sections would still remain, and a constant taste of freshness could actually gather even more users, after all, many wikis do this sort of stuff in some way already.

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