Please go on and comment about this iniciative. I think it would be useful to stablish some base Projects that deal with the basic issues on the wiki: Templates, Policies, Guidelines, Vandalism; as well as other non-administrative issues such as Teams, Countries, Records, anything. Would make the wiki much more well organized and correct, i guess :) --duno7 19:32, 26 November 2005 (UTC)
Great initiative! Guidelines are very welcome.
First thing that I got in trouble with was how to deal with different ways of writing the same term. For instance Gamemaster, or Game Master, or Game master. (There seems to be some case sensitive option there but I don't get it yet.) Should there be 1 page for Gamemaster and let all other ways of writing redirect to that page? And how do we decide what is the 'proper' way of writing things? --ukelele 20:07, 26 November 2005 (UTC)
I guess all alternative terms should be redirected to one page. When in doubt which term should be the main one, I'd use the one that is used on the Hattrick page, which is GameMaster in this case. and I support the creation of some sort of guide lines. --Laola 16:44, 27 November 2005 (UTC)
We need one (1) main page with information about the project, as well as links to finished templates, naming guidelines, editing guidelines, etc. I can't navigate through the wiki anymore - project pages, extra pages, this, that... I'm lost in the wiki :( --Catalyst2950 22:11, 29 November 2005 (UTC)
Too much red tape!
I think there's way too much red tape with this thing... we shouldn't have 'proposed' projects... who exactly is going to be accepting/rejecting them? Why not just let users create projects as they see fit and list them here instead of all this mess about "NOTE: this isn't really a project yet, it's proposed." That's fine for the large Wiki, but for HT Wiki we don't need that stuff. We need to get things done, not sit around talking about "well, I don't think that's a very useful project" or "Do we really need a separate project for this and this?" Until we get the bulk of the information we want to see on the wiki entered into pages, we should focus on creating articles. Eventually, we'll have admins to decide all the things we're constantly talking about, like how to name articles or things like that. But right now we should just lay things out quite clear on the "current standards for naming articles" and the "current projects," instead of getting nothing done because we're too busy waiting for a project to get approved. But, that's just my opinion. --Catalyst 23:19:45, 2005-12-09 (UTC)