Just in case anyone was wondering (and I'm sure you were), this is the top result from a google search for "SQ6 compost"

I'm surprised Google already has the omnipedia!

E1ven 05:25, 29 Jun 2005 (EDT)

Ya, I noticed it when I had to Google some info on The Lost Chapter... the Omnipedia article came up as a link. :)

The fact that the Omnipedia is linked to in the Wikipedia Space Quest article helps... if you linked to it from the SQ7 main page, that likely also helps. Now all you have to do is bribe Frans to link to it... ;) --Jeysie 05:53, 29 Jun 2005 (EDT)

Yes, I noticed it about a week after I put the link on the Wikipedia. :P

--pcj - Talk 06:26, 29 Jun 2005 (EDT)

Shouldn't this be a category?

--Jibbles 09:56, 14 Jul 2005 (EDT)

Well, many of the things covered in SQ6 Demo are covered in SQ6. Only the Bjorn, really.

--pcj - Talk 00:02, 15 Jul 2005 (EDT)

Bjorn, Bjorn Chow, Lemon sorbet, StarCon Pliers and ClapMaster are (I think) the only ones that are in the demo but not in the game... but how do I find out what other inventory items are in the demo, and also which aren't? For instance, is the Duct Tape in the demo or not? Without an SQ6Demo category, I can't tell! Also, if I check the SQ6 listing... it would appear that StarCon Pliers are in the actual game, but I can assure you they aren't.

--Jibbles 21:37, 16 Jul 2005 (EDT)

Hmm... at first I was thinking that a SQ6Demo category would mean changing too many existing SQ6 articles, but then I realised that it would only be a couple Deepship ones, plus Roger and Kielbasa... and maybe a couple others. But it's not too much. So my vote goes in favour of a SQ6 Demo category ;)

--Justas 16:59, 10 Aug 2005 (EDT)

Actually it would also be all the inventory items found in Roger's quarters and all the ComPost entries. I still think it's a good idea though.

--Jibbles 17:20, 10 Aug 2005 (EDT)