D&D Wiki talk:Community Portal
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How about adding categories to each page, that way we won't have to keep updating the list. For instance, there could be a "monster" category and then there could be a subcategory for each CR level. Thoughts?
That is a wonderful idea, and I have started working on it. Please help me as much as you can (I have already done a few categories, such as D&D Races. Look through the Wiki source on those to see what Category method I am using.)
Blue Dragon 19:40, 4 March 2006 (MST)
I'm and interested in adding NPCs and I'm sure other people would be too. Perhaps an NPC category could be added? Or maybe PCs? Would that be appropriate for this site?--Sand-reckoner 00:07, 11 March 2006 (MST)
I think that an NPC and PC section would be great, however we should wait until Green_Dragon sees this and adds his input.
--Blue Dragon 08:55, 11 March 2006 (MST)
This should be in the Talk:3.5e Homebrew..
This should really be in the Talk:3.5e Homebrew, but oh well. Anyway, I will add a NPC section, but is a PC section really necessary? Would people really post PC's (non-optimized ones)?
--Green Dragon 19:53, 12 March 2006 (MST)
Wow, what? This already exists?
Should I add some info about the d20OGCPTP (d20 Open Game Content Publication Transcription Project)? Maybe it'd be handy to write about it on the community projects page, so maybe people see it and want to help.--GamerAim (talk) 15:43, 6 December 2016 (MST)
- I have some idea of what the page should contain (guidelines on what is OGC/can be transcribed, how to format publication pages, how to format content pages), but how should I name, breadcrumb and categorize the project page? P.S. I hope your life is starting to recover.--GamerAim (talk) 17:35, 6 December 2016 (MST)
- That's a good question! I don't know yet. The community projects pages are pretty much infants at the moment. We could invent our own systems, but I think the best plan would be to replicate the styles used elsewhere on the wiki. I'm not 100% sure where to Breadcrumb to. Probably something like "main page <- projects <- project page". I have created an "open" category with the assumption that a project may conceivably be completed at some point, and thus have its page "closed". That hasn't happened yet. As a wiki, it may be that even if a project finishes, support may continue, so that assumption may not be valid. --Kydo (talk) 19:07, 6 December 2016 (MST)
- P.S. My career currently depends on a single piece of mail which is now two weeks late. I hope my RL is starting to recover too. --Kydo (talk) 19:24, 6 December 2016 (MST)