Talk:John F. Kennedy's commencement address at American University
I have no problems with it in and of itself. Researcher 21:57, 13 December 2007 (EST)
- Interesting thing to have around, yes. human 16:09, 23 December 2007 (EST)
- Ouch, that just got hard to read. Hey Edge, how about instead of shrinking all the "normal" text, make the bold stuff "bigger"? (you could swap <small> for </big> and vice versa in a text editor?)human 21:28, 23 December 2007 (EST)
- No prob. Nice snowman, by the way. Mine never bounce like that! human 23:17, 23 December 2007 (EST)
...to everyone for making the fixes to this.
I've had some mixed feelings about this article. In some ways I felt that I was just providing my own mined quotes. However, I figured that between providing the entire text and the editorial notes, that anyone could take what I emphasized as face value or see the original context for themselves. --Edgerunner76 07:59, 3 January 2008 (EST)
- It always made sense to me - JFK was such a good speecher, it's usually worth reading the whole thing anyway. And RW does like to do that "100% context" thing, whether critiquing or commenting (like with our Behe interview rebuttal thing, or several critiques of CP articles/essays). Oh, and you're welcome for whatever fixes I participated in. human 17:17, 3 January 2008 (EST)
Yet another mainspace subpage
This is one of those pages that doesn't have a namespace in which to belong. It can't go in mainspace as it is, because there are no subpages in mainspace (that's a fact!).
Not changing our current system of organization, our possible solutions include moving to a subpage of the user who wrote it and deletion. Alternatively we could reopen the discussion on a new catch-all namespace for content we want to host but doesn't exactly fit our mission statement or the limitations of the MediaWiki main namespace. Blue Talk 00:09, 15 January 2012 (UTC)