I would like to push for more generality to the wiki, yet still not remove the data from R&D. The basic ideas of R&D can still prove useful to those who are running alternate ORCs, such as myself. And once we figure everything out and go through R&D's pages with a fine-toothed comb, we can decide what to keep and eventually push for deletion. But that's months or years away, at least. VishwaJay (talk) 00:32, July 24, 2013 (UTC)
Like, whoa Edit
I haven't actually logged into the email account linked to this Wikia account in a loooooooooooooooong time. When I did, amidst all the spam, I saw tons of edits to the wiki. I was like, huh, really? So I visited, and wow, this is amazing!
I'm really pleased that my failed attempt at an In Nomine MU* has generated a versatile general-purpose In Nomine wiki geared toward online roleplayers. (And I don't feel too bad about it failing: a friend of mine to this day makes fun of me for trying to start an In Nomine MUSH set in the super, super exciting setting of a research park. "Gosh, they can file some patents! IF LUCIFER WILL ALLOW IT." It was, in retrospect, a very stupid idea.)
I do also appreciate that people have not so much deleted the INRD material as moved it off to the side. I guess it's not really useful anymore, but still, I thought this was a very kind and respectful gesture. Perhaps going forward, specific IN settings could be stored in a particular section of the wiki?
Anyway, I'm very pleased to see all the development. I still ♥ In Nomine, even if I can't think of a way to make a good MU* out of it.