Lately, I've seen a few empty People pages created. I really don't see how that's helping. Please, if you're going to create a new page, please please please put some content on it. Simply adding them to the People category is not good enough. Thanks. I needed to vent on this. -- David Welbourn 10:45, 26 Jan 2005 (Central Standard Time)
I agree David, but I think we (you and I for starters) should view ourselves as "editors" of ifwiki.org. Either direct suggest changes on Talk:username pages or make the changes directly and note why you made them. I also feel strongly that we need to babysit the new content that's coming in. --David Cornelson 18:51, 22 Feb 2005 (Central Standard Time)
I am always curious what IF authors do in the world outside their heads; i.e., in so-called real life. I think it would be interesting to note things such as that Steven Granade is a physicist, or Emily Short a classicist. No one has mentioned anything like that on the authors' pages. Would that somehow be considered bad form? Perhaps the authors themselves would supply one sentence about their activities outside IF.