I understand the idea of adding "in west michigan". It makes the article globally specific (outside of viget). However, within the context of viget it might seem redundant. Of course we mean "in west michigan". We could ad that phrase to many things. This seems like something we should clarify; should each article be structured to work on it's own - outside the context of viget?
I created the aspargus entry as a beginning to creating the local foods calendar. Won't that calendar look odd if they all include 'in west michigan'? Just need some clarification. Paul 11:53, 9 May 2007 (EDT)
The calendar page doesn't have to show "in West Michigan" anywhere, like it doesn't right now. The asparagus page isn't about Asparagus per se, like an article about Yesterdog is about Yesterdog. It's about Asparagus in West Michigan. We might have to re-evaluate this going forward, but at the time it's the only article like this. It is important for search engine optimization and contextual clues when being referenced from other sites. You'll notice that in the article, absolutely nothing about asparagus itself is mentioned besides it being a food, only how to get it and organizations associated with it in WMi. Michael 12:04, 9 May 2007 (EDT)
That clarifies. I'm appreciating your grooming and pruning as things come it. It might be good for us to have an area in which we at least record our discussion about these formal considerations. Paul 12:09, 9 May 2007 (EDT)