Structure of article
I'd recommend listing links like I have, but there are other options/combinations. Titles in native language plus a summary in English perhaps? Reflists can be generated for individual sections I think, so perhaps the title plus a citation followed by the summary would be best? Infoboxes perhaps? -- Does Not Compute talk 21:08, 28 January 2015 (UTC)
- I think the current sorting by native name is backwards. We should use the English name of the language first (being the primary tongue of this wiki), than the native name in brackets, and sort by English name. As few people speak multiple languages (but English is our lingua franca) this would be more accessible without sacrificing functionality. --JTRetrogamer (talk) 20:59, 3 March 2015 (UTC)
- I concur. I'll make the changes. EDIT: To add, I thought at first that the reverse order was warranted given this article would likely be of more interest to people not of English tongue, however the change is of little consequence since titles in native tongue are still there just reorganized. Also, sections should probably be alphabetically ordered as well. --Does Not Computetalk 21:52, 3 March 2015 (UTC) --Does Not Computetalk 23:09, 3 March 2015 (UTC)
Dump of stuff
Some swedish mainstream articles
Hi. Thought I should contribute by showing some articles written about GG in the swedish newspaper Metro It's obvious to anyone reading them that they've just jumped on the mainstream "victims" line of what GG is.
I'm terrible at editing articles so I'll just show them to you and let someone else put them on the page if they want.
And here is some lesser interesting (but still mainstream) articles http://www.metro.se/tema/gamergate/