As someone who really appreciates poetry, it is nice to see rules for aspiring poets, but I feel as though some of these rules need clarification. The points in question here are good measure for post quality. I am not saying that they are too confining or hold to too high of a standard, just that they might need a little rephrasing. People who know anything about writing poetry don't really have anything to worry about here, but if someone's reading quality standards, they may have been directed there, in which case they might not be as educated on the subject.
Several points listed in Quality Standards are easy to misinterpret, or may not apply to all kind of poetry. I'm only going to talk about the ones that I have discrepancies with.
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One of my stories has been reposted on a different website, and the author has claimed my work as their own.
What should I/can I do about this? Is it worth doing anything?Read more >
I've been noticing that there are a lot of new people to the wiki. This is a good thing that our disease is spreading. However, I've also noticed most of them do not add their article to the Article Listing like they should. Cleric says he makes it very clear that new articles should be added to the article listing. However, I know that many of you (including me) did not add your first article to the Article Listing because we did not see we had to. I personally don't think it is made clear enough. An alternative rather than putting the notice on our profile would be to put a notice on the main page IN CAPITAL LETTERS.Read more >