Talk:The Goddamned Furry Board

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Lacking Neutrality Out the Wazoo

...I thought I was on Encyclopedia Dramatica for a moment. This is one of the most non-neutral articles i've ever seen on Wikifur, even more so than any vanity page. Though I suppose that the language makes it quite clear who wrote it and also makes it clear that they don't know how to write a wiki article. At all.

I'll have to fix this later. SilverserenC 05:35, 14 July 2010 (UTC)

I concur. Even if some of the content (such as the DNP list) is cut-and-pasted from the official site, it still makes this article read more like a rant than an encyclopedia entry. The language and tone are sufficiently brazen to warrant {{NPOV}} until it can be significantly edited for content. In particular, I don't think it's necessary or wise to crosspost the DNP policy from the site to WF. It would be sufficient to summarize that the site has a liberal DNP policy (with certain exceptions); an itemized list of those artists and the reasons for their inclusion does nothing to enhance the quality or readability of the article. I'm not casting any stones here, but certainly I'd encourage editors to remember that first and foremost our goal is to be "the furry encyclopedia" and that some care should thus be taken to write articles that are original, relevant, informative, and well-referenced. --CodyDenton 06:51, 14 July 2010 (UTC)
Had a stab at fixing it, how did I do? :D 86.40.186.214 22:49, 16 July 2010 (UTC)
I think you fixed all of the problems with it, the ones that I saw anyways. Great job. :) SilverserenC 22:52, 16 July 2010 (UTC)
I concur. Nice work. --CodyDenton 09:08, 17 July 2010 (UTC)

Clubstripes

The statement reads to me as an assertion that ClubStripes contains only material ripped from other sites. If this is true, I think the statement needs to be supported by a reference, or re-worded as an opinion, not a statement of fact. --GingerM (Leave me a message) 02:53, 19 January 2011 (UTC)

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