Last modified: 2007-01-13 06:44:58 UTC
As you know, there are the articles, there are the projects that improve the articles, and there are
other pages like templates. I had an idea to help improve every article. Along with a talk page, there
is a link that says "Network". This link can do one of two things (depending on the programmer's
preference). It can lead to a special review page that is like the talk page but is also viewed in a
seperate Network Page and overseen by the editors. The other option is that it just leads directly to a
Network Page. The Network Page would be a collection of talk, peer review, and chat pages that help
improve a whole category of articles (e.g.- Nickelodeon Network: TV Channel, Magazine, etc.). This is
different from a project since it is just a conversation page and that it can be used to nominate an
article for deletion (e.g.- An article will be nominated for deletion if it a bad article, etc. AND
that the network page shows no plans for action to fix it). THE NETWORK PAGE IS ACCESSIBLE BY ALL
LANGUAGES OF THE SITE, AND THE FOREIGN LANGUAGES ARE TRANSLATED ACCORDING TO WHERE IT IS BEING VIEWED.
THIS IS IMPORTANT IN ORDER TO GET MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY.
Not really within Wikimedia's mission.
On your own site, you could use the talk page for this or add a custom tab in
your custom extension.