Are there any other great articles to add to this? How and who chooses them? --Lendorien 20:12, 15 Jul 2005 (EDT)
I've essentially taken on that responsibility. Whenever I see a really good article from browsing the Recent Changes, I usually add it. But you can alert me to some articles you think look pretty good, and I'll review them. Or someone can suggest an entirely different way. So, yeah.
Good point. Basically, we're looking for what the Wikipedia wants: content-rich articles full of eloquently-delivered information of a rather substantial length.
A lot of our articles are incomplete and have a lot of sections saying (to be added). Perhaps, in order to get articles to decent standard, and therefore get more featured articles, we could also have a collaberation of the week/fortnight/month? --Jibbles 21:26, 15 Jul 2005 (EDT)
Sure, we could schedule a time where we could all get on the IRC and chat about it faster.
Sounds good :) Just don't forget timezones... I'm in the UK ;) --Jibbles 21:38, 15 Jul 2005 (EDT)
IRC? eek! Scary. I'm too lazy to want to learn how to sue it. Though... that's me just being lazy. There are a few articles out there that are complete. Or even if they aren't, are excellent candidates due to content and layout anyway. --Lendorien 21:51, 15 Jul 2005 (EDT)
Although I'm not sure why you'd want to sue IRC, it is easy enough to use. Follow the instructions on the IRC article to log in, and then its just like a normal chatroom. --Jibbles 21:58, 15 Jul 2005 (EDT)