Basically, what I'm doing is using the main Category: Housing and the base articles as "lynch-pins", so that all pages will only be one or two links away from any other page, as well as giving the option to browse the specific address in any manner desired (such as selecting a specific number of rooms, then what options are available in a specific city). No, I'm not totally sure it'll work out so neatly in the end, but the theory is sound! (That's a JOKE!)
But, if you have any suggestions or comments, I know you'll send 'em my way!
--Melf 03:39, 23 January 2008 (UTC)
- Okay, I'm going to look this over a little longer because right now I'm not quite understanding the graphic. If you see this before I have a chance to comment, next, feel free to add text explanations. I'm not quite seeing where you're going yet. Sorry!--Kodia 04:57, 23 January 2008 (UTC)
Okay I think I've got what you were trying to do, and i think that it's a good start, but i think the categorization needs some tweaking and the house names need to be fixed. The house names are easy: # street name. That should be it, no city name in front like Gorowyn: blahfooarg (or whatever). Keeps us in line with the naming conventions that way too if we avoid the city name. The template should get us zone, for city. The categorization can all evolve around that for the specific houses. We can work the categorization from there. The first housing page of info though, that's awesome info. I don't want to lose that. Can we work from the street numbers and names in each city, fill in the info on those and then work from there and not worry about the rest until after?--Kodia 05:55, 26 January 2008 (UTC)
k I think I finally get this now and I'm just going to make a rule not to comment on planning articles after midnight. I understand what you were trying to do and it's all good, but we still may need to do a little tweaking with categories and we'll definitely have to make the tables more accessible to the casual editor. Regular editors won't be able to wade through the code on them,no matter how pretty they are, unfortunately. I'd like to see the tables use more standard code in line with our templates. Shall we work on that first?--Kodia 18:57, 26 January 2008 (UTC)