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)