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== Spam ==
Before I had the ability to delete spam pages, I simply edited some spam pages to delete the spam and add real content. [[Logging Tips]] and [[Suggestions for good trade items]] are two examples.
Is there any way to delete the spam versions without also deleting the rest of the history?
--[[User:NiraD|niraD]] 19:28, 10 October 2006 (EDT)
== Redundant Information ==
== Redundant Information ==

Revision as of 03:52, 9 January 2007

Redundant Information

There's a fair bit of redundancy, for example:

Would it make sense have a single Cache Containers node, with Cache Sizes redirecting to it, and with the various sizes (micro, small, etc.) redirecting to it?

As a general example, it could be like this: Micro-cache

(The target page isn't set up quite right yet in the above example, but it should show what I mean.)

--niraD 14:02, 11 October 2006 (EDT)

Nice layout

It looks like the fundamental catagories have been determined, and I suspect that all other catagories will be sub-catagories of the ones on the Main Page. Using the 2x3 layout is a definite improvement. Huzzah!--S Keillan 17:06, 12 January 2006 (EST)

Thanks. Nothing is set in stone though as far as main categories. I was really aiming for just showing some more content and cleaning up the front page.
I want people who come to the front page to see that there is something already worth reading. Based on our logs, the main page is the highest exit page.
--BigWhiteTruck 22:25, 12 January 2006 (EST)

Don't know if you guys know it or not, but there is another geocaching wiki - http://wiki.geocaching.com.au 23:50, 14 June 2006 (EDT) Cached, Australia

I had seen that, too, but between the logo and the "Geocaching Australia" section on the front page, I was a bit foggy on how much its scope was intended to spread outside of Australia. ~~WestonWyse[ talk ]~~ 15:40, 19 June 2006 (EDT)
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