I think this is all an elaborate plot to get me to actually figure out this wiki thing. :laugh:
While my game club is playing after school I will try to find the game that received the comment on the wiki and figure out how to edit the page.
At the end of this I may even learn a new skill. :D
Also, I never meant to denigrate their potential input. But they are hormonal driven teens and from the session reports they have turned in for other games I know some of their comments can be very insightful and others can be a little on the silly side.
On 9/11/07, David Artman <david@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I also eat my peas before I tackle my steak, if that tells you anything.
Well, we debated this a bit already, and it seems the consensus is as
1) Go ahead an comment or provide feedback while it's fresh in your
2) DO it on the individual games' Talk pages, not the list: this keeps
the IGDC from "dominating" list discussion while there's a mroe
centralized (and easier to follow) channel (the wiki). Further, folks
can electively ignore Talk pages, to not have their own opinions skewed;
that's harder to do on a list, where one might be happily clicking
through a stack of e-mails and accidentally read something before one
even realizes its potentially skewing.
Ora, lege, lege, lege, relege, labora et invenies.