Some definitions are numbered. Some aren't. The formatting on bulleted lists versus numbered lists is different so changing between the two between definitions is ugly. All the definitions are h3 headings which is a little strange for a dictionary as more and more entries get added. I suggest we just use the semicolon...
- word, n.
- first definition
- second definition
Mtownse 15:36, 1 April 2006 (EST)
Is there a particulary good reason why the dictionary has information about CT members when there already exists a list here? In the same vein of thought, how about people stop being shy about editing other people's member pages... Mtownse 08:57, 12 April 2006 (EDT)
I added the stuff about specific users, particularly the trolls when they were banned, because I figured they were mentioned often enough to be considered "inside jokes," and that the dictionary was the easiest place to put them since it was already a well-established page that also listed other running gags and inside jokes. Then I added Victor because he owns the site and it didn't seem fair to list the trolls and not him. If you want, we can start putting significant effort into a Wiki page that lists and provides a one or two line description of most of the active users on CT. This will be easier to navigate than the CT member list, which lists plenty of members that are dupes, never posted, or don't post any more. The only problem with this particular Wiki page is that some people might not like what we write about them as their description no matter how hard you try to make it non-offensive. But if you want to work on it, I'll assist you. ~StevenZ