This is clearly a category because things (games played with LEGO elements, or games put out BY Lego) go in it. But should it be an article too? I had put significant content here early on. We have several examples of a category that also carries content. Should the content be split out? if it is split out to an article called Games, should Games be in category games? If not, the content and context is possibly lost.
This is an example of the sort of categorisation problems that I haven't come to grips with yet (along with how to handle subcategories nicely) I think we need to thrash this out in the [BrickWiki_talk:Conventions] talk page. ++Lar
- I think it did not ever get split out. ++Lar 15:10, 2 August 2005 (Eastern Daylight Time)
- Would Brickgame fit in this category? BuilderQ 14:34, 2 August 2005 (Eastern Daylight Time)
- It's a game, and it is software too (web based but still software, yes?). We haven't come to grips with this yet, worrying about orgs, also a thorny problem. I'd tend to say yes (despite having said that software doesn't belong here). Write an article for it and put it in games *and* in software! Be Bold (I've played it... it's connect4 in different clothes I think, which remindes me, would articles about the Connect4 playing 'bots belong here? LOL ) Junkbot also belongs in there somewhere. (he's almost a famous minifig too, well, half a minifig!) There is no perfect categorization scheme-Shirky ++Lar 15:10, 2 August 2005 (Eastern Daylight Time)