Template talk:SNORism

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Nice template. Only one detail: where is written "Famous Ecotopians" should be replaced, perhaps, by "Famous Snorists". At least I think Kolchak or Vissarionov weren't ecotopists, right?--Pedromoderno 17:29, 21 January 2008 (PST)

Very nice! Yeah, about the Ecotopians thing, though. Methinks also the White Council probably belongs in there somewhere. And maybe the American Snorist Party. Maybe. Zahir 19:03, 21 January 2008 (PST)

"Part of the Politics series on" sounds unnecessarily Wikipedian. I know that it just came from the Ecotopism template (which comes from a Wikipedia template that I made a year or so ago :-) ), but the IB wiki doesn't really have a "politics series". Benkarnell 09:42, 22 January 2008 (PST)

Maybe it should? Would you like to head up the effort? ;) BoArthur 11:45, 22 January 2008 (PST)

Well, most of you know my attitude towards adding templates to pages: I'd do that only for the sake of facilitating navigation between closely related pages, they shouldn't be there for their own sake. That said, I think it looks very nice! Although I agree with Ben that "part of the Politics series" makes it sound unnecessarily wikipedian and a bit pretentious as well. I'm just wondering about one thing: we don't really have many SNOR-related articles around. Wouldn't it be better to turn it into some kind of Russian History template or something? Cheers, —IJzeren Jan Uszkie┼étu? 12:57, 22 January 2008 (PST)

I was under the impression that we were developping more articles. I had been working on Danilevsky for example, so I thought, since there were more than two or three articles relating to SNOR, it would be a good thing to implement. BoArthur 14:51, 22 January 2008 (PST)
I think this template makes sense, for the very purpose mentioned, i.e. ease of linking similar or topical subjects together (that was my reason for creating the "War" template. SNOR is a very important part of IB and links to all sorts of subjects, and will link to still more in the future. Zahir 16:20, 22 January 2008 (PST)
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