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:My vote is for 'Discworld MUD Wiki' (optionally with the 'unofficial' attached--but I think shorter is better, but not too short). -[[User:Taepha|Taepha]] 01:20, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
 
:My vote is for 'Discworld MUD Wiki' (optionally with the 'unofficial' attached--but I think shorter is better, but not too short). -[[User:Taepha|Taepha]] 01:20, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
 
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::Then I guess 'Cut Me Own Throat Dibbler's Entirely Unauthorised Discworld MUD Wiki (With a Thousand Elephants)' wouldn't do?  :/ [[User:Drakkos|Drakkos]] 11:31, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
  
 
==Article naming conventions==
 
==Article naming conventions==
  
 
Why do articles like [[Warriors Guild|the guild ones]] have both words captialised? It makes linking them from other articles quite inconvenient as you either have to include the capitals on the article or use one of those links where the text you click isn't actually the article you go to. Could we use the Wikipedia standard, where article names are only capitalised like that if they're proper nouns (eg. names of TV shows)? [[User:Tiggum|Tiggum]] 05:27, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
 
Why do articles like [[Warriors Guild|the guild ones]] have both words captialised? It makes linking them from other articles quite inconvenient as you either have to include the capitals on the article or use one of those links where the text you click isn't actually the article you go to. Could we use the Wikipedia standard, where article names are only capitalised like that if they're proper nouns (eg. names of TV shows)? [[User:Tiggum|Tiggum]] 05:27, 7 May 2009 (UTC)

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I can see the main page getting incredibly large if it trioes to be an index to the whole site. Perhaps we need to start thinking about section level indexes? Zexium 22:47, 5 May 2009 (UTC)

It's not really needed just yet, but will likely be required in the future, assuming we get enough development. On a related note, I suggest we post something to frog asking for contributions, and reminding people we're here. I also notice the witch wiki has merged here, we could also invite other wikis to join us. The priest wiki would be a good candidate.. Rehevkor 14:22, 6 May 2009 (UTC)
I think that's a great idea, especially the ones who are currently hosted on sites that may be less than attractive (such as being supported by ads and such). I didn't want to do/suggest it myself because that has the potentiall to look an awful lot like coercion (which certainly wouldn't be the intention). Anyone who wants to merge a wiki here though is quite welcome to beaurocrat status - and I suspect it's more appealing to be one of several in a big wiki as opposed to one alone in a more fragmented wiki. Drakkos 15:29, 6 May 2009 (UTC)

Merge "guides & advice" with "useful information"?

I can see the two sections being used for the same things, or people picking one over the other because it's at the top of the page. Wondering if they're similar enough to merge? Zexium 15:57, 6 May 2009 (UTC)

Sounds good to me. Probably best at the top. Rehevkor 19:44, 6 May 2009 (UTC)

"DW Mud"

The name of the wiki's a little dull, I propose we expand it a little:

  • DW Mud Wiki
  • Discworld MUD Wiki
  • Unofficial Discworld MUD Wiki
  • Discworld Mud Encyclopaedia
  • Or something
My vote is for 'Discworld MUD Wiki' (optionally with the 'unofficial' attached--but I think shorter is better, but not too short). -Taepha 01:20, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
Then I guess 'Cut Me Own Throat Dibbler's Entirely Unauthorised Discworld MUD Wiki (With a Thousand Elephants)' wouldn't do?  :/ Drakkos 11:31, 7 May 2009 (UTC)

Article naming conventions

Why do articles like the guild ones have both words captialised? It makes linking them from other articles quite inconvenient as you either have to include the capitals on the article or use one of those links where the text you click isn't actually the article you go to. Could we use the Wikipedia standard, where article names are only capitalised like that if they're proper nouns (eg. names of TV shows)? Tiggum 05:27, 7 May 2009 (UTC)