Difference between revisions of "Wikitravel talk:Plunge forward"
Revision as of 23:22, 31 March 2012
So, somewhat outside the spirit that this page is supposed to encourage, I removed an appended ", man!" from the end of the article. I didn't really grok what it was about, and it felt a wee bit insulting -- as if "Plunge forward" is a lot of hippy-dippy bullshit. Maybe that wasn't the intention -- maybe it was.
I think it might be a fair criticism, though, even if it is kind of sideways. I've tried to make Plunge forward an antidote to the daunting and rigid structure in the Manual of style, and really encourage people to contribute. Some folks have seemed intimidated by the structure, and I wanted to say, hey, go ahead, do what you want, someone else will clean up the mess. It might be a little too cheerleaderish, though. --Evan 16:54, 28 Jan 2004 (EST)
I am all for editing, but I am concerned about how we honor the Creative Commons license. I went ahead and boldly edited Pikes Peak today, but is it enough for "attibution" for MediaWiki to store the diffs between Karen Johnson's original and my edits? <>< tbc
Needs to tell some interesting facts.
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Suggest someone more skilled than I create a disambiguation page so that queries can also reach a page for the Caribbean island of the same name.
Is this phrase idiomatic? One may plunge in, and one may lunge forward and press forward, but not plunge forward.
--What, haven't you ever seen anyone jump off a cliff before? Or a diving board? If you don't plunge somewhat forward at least, you whack your head before you hit water. I'm still not sure how this exactly applies to Wikitravel though.--