Is this necessary?
I mean, honestly. It was a prank I pulled off years ago when I was like 13. I tricked like six people, maximum, into believing the "convention" even existed. The entire website was a geosites page that gave a made up date at a hotel that didn't even exist.
As the person that pulled off this "prank" (if you can even call it that - I messed around with friends a little bit, not really a big deal), I really don't think this page is necessary. I just don't think it's really encyclopedia worthy. What's the point in documenting this? How many other inside jokes between friends are on Wikifur? I'd venture to guess this is the only one. Originally, before anyone knew it was a prank, I had made the Wikifur page with all the info, the "staff" and the list of events just so it would look more official. Everyone fell for it, including Wikifur - the fake article was up on the site for years.
Keep the page up if you want, I just don't see the point in having an article about a fake convention that was a joke between friends. --BaronVonYiffington 01:56, 27 January 2010 (UTC)
Is there a way to keep the Florida and convention infoboxes open instead of collapsed? - Spirou 14:03, 18 January 2010 (UTC)