User talk:Glenn Linden/Meeting Schedule

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Missleading title and missing informations

The topic of this article is highly missleading. A user searching for this topic might intend to find one of the following articles:

SignpostMarv Martin moved this article to Virtual World Conference Meeting Schedule (which is a fitting title IMHO). I don't know why it was moved back.
In addition: While it might be obviouse for the creator of this article, a user stumbleing upon it won't know what this schedule is about. So even after moving it, some further information about this meetings might be useful. For example a link to a more detailed description about the topic of these meetings and maybe an application form on how to take part or something similar.
I would suggest to

Greetings, --Zai Lynch(talk|contribs) 06:36, 13 April 2008 (PDT)

Since the article name of "Meeting Schedule" is incredibly ambiguous, and User:Glenn Linden failed to give sufficient reason in the edit history as to why the move was reverted, I've re-instated the move.
SignpostMarv Martin 12:35, 13 April 2008 (PDT)
I've put some content on the redirect page so that it points people in reasonable directions. I hope that this is the end this little escapade. -- Strife Onizuka 11:03, 14 April 2008 (PDT)

Hello - you may have found this misleading, but I'm using this as a public page to enable people to schedule meetings at various events. I sent out emails pointing to the title; by moving the page, you've caused people to not be able to schedule with me. When I finish this event, I'll retitle it with my name in the title to remove the ambiguity. Glenn Linden 14:19, 14 April 2008 (PDT)

MediaWiki honors page moves by redirecting old links to new documents, so by moving the page, people would still be able to find the schedule.
Since this article is specific to yourself, should it not go into User:Glen Linden/Meeting Schedule- especially considering the philosophy of "user pages in user spaces" ?
SignpostMarv Martin 02:34, 15 April 2008 (PDT)