Should ideas that have already be implemented be deleted? This list is getting kinda long.
- Yes, if they have actually been implemented, they should be removed. We might also think about archiving this page occasionally. Also, please sign your comments on talk pages. DTRemenak 18:17, 13 March 2007 (EDT)
- My other concern is how do we manage these ideas? If they get archived, should some stay here (good ones) and if so what would be the criteria? This page makes me kind of uncomfortable from a management position? I'm not sure a wiki is the best place to gather information like this. DonnyBaker 05:44, 14 March 2007 (EDT)
- At least an unprotected one. If it was protected and had "real" approved ideas, it would be different. DonnyBaker 13:05, 14 March 2007 (EDT)
- There's no point in having a protected ideas page, we have the SF.net trackers, the enhancements forum on bzbb, and so on for that. I'm not quite sure what the expected usage of this page was when it was created on the old wiki, and the only real use I see for it now is that it allows unstructured collaborative editing (which apparently isn't used, since everyone seems to sign their ideas...). DTRemenak 13:12, 14 March 2007 (EDT)
I'm working on conversion to a table, and afterward I will remove old ideas and sort them into categories. Perhaps a page dedicated to "rejected ideas" would be a good idea. -L4m3r