Modification to proposal style to allow better use of whatis template

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In response to a concern about the readability of our proposals, I designed this table to display them in a more understandable fashion. You can see the implementation at User:Jesse Groppi/sandbox01. Any comments?

I've also designed an easy template to list the proposed guidelines, which you can see implemented at the sandbox I linked above. The code is at User:Jesse Groppi/dev04.

Jesse Groppi (talk)08:43, 30 July 2009

As I've said elsewhere, I like the table. In addition to improved clarity, I like that we are expected to include examples.

One thought, I think the additional points on the guidelines that have been proposed so far aren't really 'description' of the guideline. In my mind they're more exceptions, limitations, additional situations.... Is there a word other than 'description' that would better fit the collection of possible additional points?

ASnieckus (talk)13:47, 30 July 2009

What about "additional information"?

Jesse Groppi (talk)16:12, 30 July 2009

Yes, "Additional Information" is better suited to the contents than "Description". I agree.

ASnieckus (talk)03:08, 31 July 2009