I suggest that old WikiChats be either archived or deleted after they've lived out there use. The question is, how do we decide when that time has come? Also, what should we do with WikiChats that have been added, but have no content like "Chat4HomestarSongs?" Please discuss. I'm just concerned about WikiChat becoming messy and cluttered in the future.
-The Brothers E

I think we should go to all the pages last updated on April 8 and move them to an archive page. If nobody restores them in one month, they are deleted. As for the no text ones, delete them. It's not hard and grueling work to restore them. -- JestersOfTheMoon

Good idea. I have a similar question about the WikiUsers page. When should we get rid of people we haven't heard from in forever? RXC, Crapface, and Reeve to name a few. (Eh, I'm still around... just not too often. About once every couple weeks. I don't think I'm taking up too much space, though-- I know the user pages on my own wiki don't --Reeve)
-The Brothers E

We should have a two month inactivity period, and then a two week RED ALERT status when they are about to be removed. You can prevent this by saying "Summer vacation" or "Computer virus". Oh, and see Deserting Users -- JestersOfTheMoon

-So can we start RED ALERTING users? Does anyone object? Just post a /generic message on their UserSpace?
-The Brothers E

I object. To the Red Alert idea for WikiUsers. Check Stu's and JoeyDay's comments in Deserting Users and think about it. Archiving is okay for the WikiChat, just make sure it is done right. And there is no need to delete them after a month. An archive is there for historical referance. -- Tom