danldo at gmail.com
Tue Jul 24 12:48:00 PDT 2007
Go to the bottom of the Contents page, and click the link for "Discussion
of edits, structure, etc." We're working on that. I've created bogey
templates for story and novel pages, but obviously they can be
Also, look at the page for "Unrequited Love" (via the "Stories Available
Online" link). I'm not suggesting that this is THE WAY to do it, but it's a
first-blush attempt -- this is a wiki, make it better!
On 7/24/07, Paul B <pb.stuff at gmail.com> wrote:
> I noticed that it's not a free-edit Wiki. How hard is it to obtain
> Furthermore, what is the spirit of this thing? From what I've seen there
> isn't a lot of consensus about the interpretation, so perhaps the sections
> pertaining to places and characters should focus on objective facts to avoid
> editorial battles.
> However, I would rather like to see an interpretive FAQ of sorts for the
> story also, perhaps in a separate section for each of the books.
> On 7/24/07, Dan'l Danehy-Oakes <danldo at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 7/23/07, Mo Holkar / UKG < lists at ukg.co.uk> wrote:
> > > I hope Dan'l won't mind me singling him out for having done some
> > > terrific work sorting, systematizing and writing.
> > Why would I mind being singled out for compliments?
> > I'm trying to systematically *start* pages. But a lot of what I am
> > doing is *just* a start. This is a wiki, and the whole point is to
> > mobsource content -- I'd really like people to take the stuff I've
> > done and make it better. In some cases, *much* better.
> > One thing that would help a lot is if you would go to the
> > pages for books that have been started, look at you copies,
> > and, if the edition you have isn't listed, add information about
> > that edition (publisher, date, cover artist; if you're feeling
> > ambitious, add the blurb at the bottom).
> > The point is, it's a wiki, edit it! Add content! Don't worry
> > about it not being "good enough," the whole point is tha
> > someone else will take it as a starting point and make it
> > better ... in a sense, this is the opposite of "pedant
> > central," nobody's ego needs to be involved.
> > --
> > Dan'l Danehy-Oakes, writer, trainer, bon vivant
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> > reaching as far as the eye can see. My God, it'll be beautiful.
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Dan'l Danehy-Oakes, writer, trainer, bon vivant
Soon, where Toon Town once stood will be a string of gas stations,
inexpensive motels, restaurants that serve rapidly prepared food. Tire
salons, automobile dealerships and wonderful, wonderful billboards
reaching as far as the eye can see. My God, it'll be beautiful.
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