A page dedicated to discussing and directing the development of MagicPedia. As MagicPedia grows, managing the structure and delivery of content will become more and more important. As a community it is important to use this space to point out organization flaws or suggestions to the rest of the community.
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I am trying my best to add information and keep it organized, but I don't always understand the process of linking and organizing categories and sub-categories. It would be very helpful if someone more knowledgable in wiki-speak than I am might act as a resource to answer questions about how to link or organize topics, or perhaps review additions from time to time and edit them. Right now, this project is small and simple but soon it will become very large and complex, and now is the time to organize the way it should grow. Spellbinder 12-15-07
It has come to attention that some biographies are being divided into multiple pages. For example, Paul Harris had a biography page and had two linked pages, Paul Harris Tricks and Paul Harris Books. Correct style should hold those minor pages into the overall Paul Harris biography page.
October 25, 2007: Issue discussed, resolved. Pages can be separate, but at least well interlinked. (bradmagic/10.23.2007)
Needed Pages, Needed Categories
What are your thoughts on moving entire magic related articles from WikiPedia over to MagicPedia? Jpecore 18:03, 4 November 2007 (EST)
Might be nice to add the following to the MagicPedia Contents on the right hand side of every page:
Is anyone working on an Amazon.com template that will link to books by isbn number, but also use the genii id so that genii will get credit for the sale?
- Not a direct link (and it doesn't use genii id, but if you just put "ISBN" followed by the isbn-number then MagicPedia automatically create a link to a page for doing lookups. See Erdnase for example.
Magic Historian wiki
How does MagicPedia compare with Magic Historian (http://www.magichistorian.com/wiki/index.php/Main_Page) wiki? Should there be some thought differentiating them and/or linking them together?