It may be useful to add a related Wikia section on this wiki including wikis such as Ufology. See Wikia:Category:Science for wikis which might be related, or Wikia:Category:English for other English language Wikia. Angela 23:26, 27 Jan 2005 (PST)
Cynthia Blue 23:59, 7 February 2008 (UTC) I was wondering if I could add some Utah Astronomy information pages to this wiki. Which also contains resources for Utah Astronomy observing, and also general calendars and such? Thanks.
This is where we will discuss making changes to the Main Page... in other words, how do we want this Wikia organized? Leesonma 14:03, 24 August 2007 (UTC)
Amaetha 02:09, 27 August 2007 (UTC)hum...yea, but still not sure how to go bout starting to make the main page. Though we probably should add like a little input on what we learn in class to the main page to kind of make an outline of what we actually learn and do in class or just any topic related to physics II. I'm not sure but something will come along.
Leesonma 01:47, 5 September 2007 (UTC) Think of the Main Page as the 1) Table of Contents PLUS 2) Introduction to a book. It's the starting place for everything we do, so it should be organized and allow access to everything else.
Amaetha 01:29, 31 August 2007 (UTC)i don't kno where this popped up from, but maybe we can all put our observations on the wiki page instead of just writing it in our notebooks so we don't waste paper...
Leesonma 01:47, 5 September 2007 (UTC) Observations kinda require paper, since we have to draw them. You could start a page devoted to talking about observations if you like. Just put a link to it on the Main Page.
Mr. Leeson, for our individual projects, the research can just be something printed off of google and looked up or do you want us to actually write down something on loose leaf the was researched from a book or website?? and how much information do we need (enough for a powerpoint, essay, poster)?? Trimblean 02:17, 12 September 2007 (UTC)
Welcome to Wikia!Edit
Hi, I'm part of the Wikia Community Team. We're delighted to have people making good use of this wiki, which has been inactive for quite some time. We would very much like to see it become a useful and thriving resource for everyone interested in Astronomy.
I would like to make a couple of suggestions about segregating your school content from the main astronomical content of the wiki, however. Anything that has directly to do with astronomy can stay where it is, of course, but would you please consider moving pages such as List of Student Projects out of the main article space, and into the "Astronomy:" namespace? That way they won't appear on the list of articles for people who are not part of your project, but just want to find astronomy articles. You can use the "move" tab at the top of the article and add "Astronomy:" (with the colon) to the page title. Doing it this way will not delete anything, so all your work will still be available and will still record all contributions in the page history.
Similarly, I would suggest that you move the top student part of the main page to the Astronomy:Community Portal, which is the best place for organizing community efforts and is linked in the sidebar right below the main page.
You are very welcome here and I am ready to help out in any way that I can. Please let me know your opinions on my suggestions, and whether you need any further help and advice. Best of luck to you! — Catherine (talk) 05:39, 12 September 2007 (UTC)
Amateur Section Edit
Because the root of this page is Astronomy, I would like to add a branch that is for Amateur Astronomy Community to use and grow content. Would that be acceptable?
--Starseeker 17:15, 6 October 2007 (UTC)
Astronomy Gatherings Edit
I would like to take the Astronomy Gatherings material and move it under the Amateur Astronomy Section. Before doing that I just wanted to give anyone that thinks that is a bad idea to object. If I don't hear from anyone in a few days, I will just move it.--Starseeker 12:35, 7 October 2007 (UTC)