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Oh, it just read more like an advertisement and an encyclopedia type of listing (which what we are sorta aiming at). I'm not sure about the goals/mission statement part, it seems wierd to list that in a Wiki listing. Which should probably be more focused on what has been published.  But not biggie, it's more a tone/feel thing than an actual problem with the listing. [[User:Dan10things|dan10things]] 15:54, 10 March 2007 (EST)
Oh, it just read more like an advertisement and an encyclopedia type of listing (which what we are sorta aiming at). I'm not sure about the goals/mission statement part, it seems wierd to list that in a Wiki listing. Which should probably be more focused on what has been published.  But not biggie, it's more a tone/feel thing than an actual problem with the listing. [[User:Dan10things|dan10things]] 15:54, 10 March 2007 (EST)
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:Groovy. Since the goals substitute for an aesthetic, which appears to be discussed in many of your good articles, I think they warrant mention, but I'm happy to bring it way down. I'll do some more writing on what has published, and try to work on tone. I did plan to address those red links I left, but I can add them back in as I do articles. Do you guys have a policy page on what all is covered by "independent media?" I see you're doing e-zines and zinesters, but is something like [http://www.spuytenduyvil.net/ Spuyten Duyvil] appropriate, or too mainstream? Are thumbnails of screencaps acceptable? [[User:JonathanPenton|JonathanPenton]] 18:28, 10 March 2007 (EST)

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You're very welcome. Zine Wiki is a great site. By the way, I liked Tablet a lot. It was a great publication. InvisibleFriend 14:19, 2 March 2007 (EST)


What would you like to see improved/changed at the Unlikely 2.0 article? JonathanPenton 15:35, 10 March 2007 (EST)


Oh, it just read more like an advertisement and an encyclopedia type of listing (which what we are sorta aiming at). I'm not sure about the goals/mission statement part, it seems wierd to list that in a Wiki listing. Which should probably be more focused on what has been published. But not biggie, it's more a tone/feel thing than an actual problem with the listing. dan10things 15:54, 10 March 2007 (EST)

Groovy. Since the goals substitute for an aesthetic, which appears to be discussed in many of your good articles, I think they warrant mention, but I'm happy to bring it way down. I'll do some more writing on what has published, and try to work on tone. I did plan to address those red links I left, but I can add them back in as I do articles. Do you guys have a policy page on what all is covered by "independent media?" I see you're doing e-zines and zinesters, but is something like Spuyten Duyvil appropriate, or too mainstream? Are thumbnails of screencaps acceptable? JonathanPenton 18:28, 10 March 2007 (EST)
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