Talk:To do

From GamerGate Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Where would I file mediocre opinion articles or non-vidya events? For example: "Monster Hunter: World's Worst Offense Might Be Its Questionable Treatment Of Animals" is associating MH with animal abuse, either on purpose or ( given benefit of the doubt) by stupidity. Or something socjus like "Gallery removes naked nymphs painting to 'prompt conversation'" and other stupidity like "The legendary founder of Atari had a lifetime achievement award revoked over his sordid past — and he applauds the decision."
The timeline pages are directly about journalism and gg but are also deserted. Should I put them there or make a page solely for linking these types of articles? Dokidoki (talk) 04:33, 1 February 2018 (CET)

Eh, I think there's way too many of them to document. There will always be an article complaining about "conservatives attack feminism" or stating "Jordan Peterson is an Alt-Right hero". There's just too many.--Strainmeam Stredia (talk) 08:07, 1 February 2018 (CET)
Archive everything. Or rather, this type of stuff doesn't need to be described or detailed upon. Just noting "This happened" or simply the article title, author, and the archive on a list is ok. Noting trends can be important... certain writers that keep pushing a single view, always being slanted or a history of incompetence and clickbait can be useful simply for reference. Dokidoki (talk) 08:40, 1 February 2018 (CET)
I see. So I guess just provide some examples of the more notorious ones?--Strainmeam Stredia (talk) 18:37, 1 February 2018 (CET)