2007-11-01 [Kim_Lundin]: This is just a roughie, the finished product would look much better, and have real wiki pages.
2007-11-01 [Kim_Lundin]: Added a nifty application form :) (Yeah, I ripped off the Wiki Fantasy Roleplay form)
2007-11-03 [xido]: Ooooooooh. I am impressed, and I may have to think on what other things would be asked here. Give me some time, and comment here again. I have it on watch now.
2007-11-04 [Kim_Lundin]: Yes, some more info on what should/could be added would be good. As I said, this is just a rough sketch (Did in about half an hour, including time to get the idea in my head) and is just to have something to work on.
2007-11-06 [xido]: I like it a lot, and I will have to think about it. Basically, it looks like the portion of the WFR Guild Members list that would focus on game worlds, storylines, plot, and creative writing samples... In that sense, it is necessary. But should it focus on Game Moderators, storytellers, creative writers, or all of the above? That I will still have to dwell on. Also, what would we want to know about them? We would want to know what level of skill/experien
I think we even had another library page working too, which [Nightshadow] set up back in the day. It was either:
RPG Library or
You may want to look this over for ideas, or to copy-paste content/info..
I will keep an eye on this project, and do an edit to the descriptions of these parts when I think we have the overall idea working properly.
Also, look over the-roleplay-initiative for any other ideas that mat come from my other goals for the Guild.
2007-11-06 [Kim_Lundin]: How about letting them add links to other works by them? That's one way for us to take a look on their experience. However, we should keep it open for newcomers as well, no?
I personally don't think we should use the author's personal adresses as ways of contact, e-mail is much faster and easier (not to mention cheaper), and and then we have the possible problems it may cause for the author's personal life. I know I'm probably paranoid about this, but I've heard enough stories about what can happen when personal information becomes available on the internet that I don't want it to happen to anyone who wants to join the WFR.