That sounds like a reasonable guideline. No matter what gets decided, though, please post the guideline to both of the wikis so that people know what to post where.
Brian Campbell <lambda@xxxxxxx> wrote:
On Jul 12, 2007, at 12:11 PM, Timothy Hunt wrote:
> On 7/12/07, David Artman <david@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> 2) It's the *Rabbits* wiki, and many Rabbits have nothing to do with
> Indeed. But then it seems somewhat inconsistent to link "Icehouse"
> off the wiki, but to link "Fluxx" within. Perhaps a compromise would
> be for any game that's been published by LL in some way to be on the
> Rabbits wiki (as Rabbits are reasonably likely to demo games Published
> by LL), and appropriate cross linking done.
> As for Rabbits having nothing to do with pyramids, well, in my
> opinion, they should - even if it's just Treehouse and Martian
> Coasters, seeing as they are the current Pyramid games that LL sell.
> But that's another discussion.
My thoughts were that the majority of Icehouse discussion would stay
on the Icehouse wiki, while information on actual Looney Labs
products would go on the rabbit wiki. I would think that if there is
going to be any amount of discussion of something Icehouse related,
or new Icehouse games, they should be on the Icehouse wiki. The
Rabbit Wiki can link to them in the appropriate places if need be
(you can even do cross wiki links easily from the rabbit wiki, for
Basically, the rabbit wiki is for information on rabbity activities
(conventions, demoing, etc), and a place for all the games that don't
have wikis, and discussion of actual products from Looney Labs. The
Icehouse wiki is for everything Icehouse. Does that seem like a clear
Rabbits mailing list