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Update outdated information
Merge related stubs
- 1 Rebooting the Wiki
- 2 Pages We Need
- 3 Need improvement
- 4 Public Figures
- 5 Point Counterpoint
- 6 Harassment
- 7 Archive of Posts
Rebooting the Wiki
- Fix any broken pages:
Remove everything past "navigation menu"
- Fix crosslinks in old articles. [[crosslink]] (mostly done)
- Crosslinks can also be formatted as [[target page title|custom text]]
Fix the references' formatting
Reupload the old images Fix image embeds and thumbnails: [File:imagefile.jpg|thumb]
Pages We Need
Feel free to propose more pages.
Game Journo Pros
Most of the names in the GameJournoPros article still need pages created, even if they are simple bio pages.
Developers, Publishers, Translators
- WHO World Health Organization (gaming addiction)
- FBI (their investigation and statements of GG)
- Sad Puppies?
- Entertainment Software Association?
- Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3)
Games with notable attention
- Persona 5
- Fire Emblem Fates
- Magic: The Gathering
- Games with some censorship,
- could be all grouped in a single page if small
- Allistair Pinsof
- Ian Miles Cheong
- Erik Kain
- James Portnow
- Stephen Totilo
- Jason Schreier
- Jeremy Hambley
- Christina Sprankles
- Shaun and Jen
- Torrential Downpour
- Operation Around the World: Persona 5 translation thanks
- Operation Timber
- Operation Goolag?: Google's censorship
- Operation Chickasaw?: wasn't too big
- Operation Dicktionairy
- Merge stub Operation pages
- Free speech?
- Annie May <- Very Important
- GG-tans page
- Thread archives?
- List of gg memes
- The Escapist: Needs summaries for articles
- NicheGamer: Needs summaries for articles
- Reddit: Needs encyclopedic formating
- Jonathan McIntosh: Needs a little bit of everything
I note that there are numerous informal logical fallacies present in many of the anti-gg arguments. A list of these could be compiled with very little effort as there are several of them which are noticeable at a glance—so many, in fact, that a separate Logical Fallacies section (or Page) could be created under (or in addition to) the Point Counterpoint page. Thoughts on this? Greedwell (talk) 01:29, 11 November 2014 (UTC)
I think if in the course of refuting specific points, you encounter a fallacy, it's a good idea to point it out, however I don't think creating a list of fallacies is a good idea. You might be pressured to bend the facts a bit to "catch them all" so to speak. Psycho Robot (talk) 01:36, 11 November 2014 (UTC)
Perhaps the most salient of these would be the straw man, in this instance. In fact, that seems to be the chief modus operandi of their entire opposition. Dismiss the stated goals of the movement, craft a straw man, persuade mainstream media to disseminate. The most prominent product of this methodology would appear to be the 'bigotry' straw man: We're not about rectifying the unethical practices of the gaming media, we're about excommunicating women from the hobby, because all gamers are fat white virginal misogynerds.
That, in and of itself, is one of the most galling fallacies that they have thus far been perpetrating--one which warrants considerable mention in any such point-counterpoint article, I'm sure you'll concur. Berke Stavoy (talk) 02:36, 17 February 2015 (UTC)
Archive of Posts
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