User talk:Oneiros/Categories

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Completed Sections[edit]

To date (10:26, 28 July 2006 (MDT)), here's the sections which have been completed with the new category scheme:


This is looking great! Keep it up, --Blue Dragon 09:31, 23 July 2006 (MDT)

Thanks. Feedback/suggestions/discussion of my choices is welcome and even encouraged. It looks like the Race and Monster wiki section updates are rolling along, but I want to make sure the other stuff makes sense. This is, of course, keeping the use of DynamicPageLists in mind. Also, a couple more sections need to be added, like something for Deities. --Oneiros
Please make a new section in the discussion here for each main category. --Oneiros 12:58, 27 July 2006 (MDT)
I know you do not want me to ask something in this "General" thing, but this applies to everyone of the things you have changed but 3.5e Races. So, I do not just want all of these things to be just a list of things, I also want it to have a short description of what it is, just like in 3.5e Races by LA. So, Blue Dragon just told me that he might build a program to do it, but I will see what we could do using wiki-format (even though Blue Dragon hates wiki format). Anyway, I just want a short description on all the things... --Green Dragon 10:42, 29 July 2006 (MDT)

Campaign Settings[edit]

So, even though I'm trying to simplify naming conventions as much as possible, I realized that Campaign names should end with the word "Setting", even though the pages are already getting tagged with Category:Setting, since this campaign related stuff can be all over the place (Races, NPCs, Gods, etc.). For instance, people may wonder - "Why the heck is this goblin in the "White Angel" category? Having the word "Setting" clarifies this, since the goblin race in question won't be in the "Setting" category itself. Also, anything which is specific to the campaign world but not its "home" page is getting a category of "Supplement". I'm thinking the same thing might be good for Category:Conversion, as well. Thoughts? --Oneiros 07:58, 28 July 2006 (MDT)


This is neat. Are we wanting to keep this, and if so, should it be moved to Oneiros Userspace?   Hooper   talk    contribs    email   07:40, 13 January 2009 (MST)

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