Removing News Items After One Month?
Is that really the right thing to do, remove it if it's over one month old? What about when they forget to update the SDS, or blog? :/ <scratchsig>Scimonster</scratchsig> 07:23, 22 May 2012 (UTC)
- +1 If there isn't a new blog post or SDS for one month, the section would look kinda empty :P <scratchsig>Jonathanpb</scratchsig> 09:06, 22 May 2012 (UTC)
- Interesting concern. I showed the page to veggie last night, and he didn't make any comments about it. I think removing the article once it's over one month old is the right thing to do. Older than that and it's not really relevant to Scratchers anymore. If they want to see really old Scratch Design Studios or blog posts, they can go to the list of Scratch Design Studios, or go to the Scratch Team Blog website.
- Although having a section "empty" might be unfamiliar to some of us, I think it's perfectly okay to have. We're not like a news show that *has* to find enough news content to fill up their content space - we can adjust depending on how many important changes or events are happening in the community.
- But it's good that you bring this up. If you guys have any other questions or suggestions for this set of news updating guidelines, then post them on this talk page. :) <scratchsig>Lucario621</scratchsig> 21:49, 22 May 2012 (UTC)
There's nothing in here about wiki article milestones. <scratchsig>Scimonster</scratchsig> 13:12, 17 March 2013 (UTC)