I notice one or two articles about me and my comics say they need improving. My question is this: How much is too much? I'd like to do my part without overdoing it, ya know?
- It's hard to do too much. I guess if you found yourself stretching for something to say, then it might be time to stop. Of course, I have a fairly short article, but then I don't have much to say about myself, as I've not had a long history in the furry fandom. Somewolf has a rather longer one. Certainly, comics can be and have been covered in significant depth. The Gaming Guardians article is a good idea of the minimum length that gives a good coverage of the key aspects of the topic, enough that it was featured, but it would certainly be possible to add to it without compromising that.
- It is possible to go much farther, of course. For example, Wikipedia has a very extensive article on Kevin and Kell. That would be unusual to see here (probably the closest is Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures, and the plot is hardly covered there), but if people want to go that far on just about any topic it is welcome. We have many relatively short articles through happenstance, not choice. It's not like we're going to run out of paper, after all. :-)
- The perfect article tells people everything they want to know about a topic. For some topics, this can be a lot. --GreenReaper(talk) 04:16, 25 May 2006 (UTC)
I'm flattered that Carpe Diem got the featured comic of the week/day/whatever. I also saw the new page, and was more flattered that someone took the time to do all that. I'll probably be adding to it, but I just wanted to say thanks. It made my day. :)
September 25, 2007