What do we write about?
It seems to me like there might be some confusion about the intent of CreationWiki. I recall reading someone recently asking whether it made sense to create a page because it didn't necessarily relate to Creationism. So I guess my question is, what's the intent of this wiki? Are we
- Creating pages only related to Creationism, or
- Designing a true wiki covering all subjects, so long as they are written consistent with a Creationist viewpoint?
I think we should clarify this so we can determine what article subjects we can write about, as I noticed confusion about it recently. If 2 then there is no reason to worry about article subject, but to try and create as many articles as possible covering a wide range of content. But if 1 then the emphasis will become on minimal content, and just covering topics and creating pages relating to Creationism specifically. I at least would like to know which direction is to be pursued. --Jzyehoshua 06:06, 22 April 2012 (PDT)
- According to this page, "Furthermore, almost any topic or content can find a home on this site provided that it be written from the uniquely creationist point of view." So, it doesn't have to relate to creationism per se, but we ought to have something unique to contribute. ~ Webster (talk) 13:06, 19 May 2013 (EDT)