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: I vote to delete the [[:Category:Marketing]] (just created a few days ago by [[User:Ottodv]]). All the "Materials" articles you mentioned redirect to the [[Mozilla Community Wiki]] article, which simply says, ''[[:Category:Mozilla Materials|Mozilla Materials]] projects have moved to [http://mozilla.wikicities.com/wiki/Marketing:Mozilla_Materials Mozilla Community Wiki]''. Another idea would be to rename [[Mozilla Community Wiki]] to "Mozilla Marketing" and add that article to the top-level category, instead of adding new articles to the Firefox, Thunderbird, etc., categories. [[User:Alice Wyman|Alice Wyman]] 03:16, 10 January 2007 (UTC) : I vote to delete the [[:Category:Marketing]] (just created a few days ago by [[User:Ottodv]]). All the "Materials" articles you mentioned redirect to the [[Mozilla Community Wiki]] article, which simply says, ''[[:Category:Mozilla Materials|Mozilla Materials]] projects have moved to [http://mozilla.wikicities.com/wiki/Marketing:Mozilla_Materials Mozilla Community Wiki]''. Another idea would be to rename [[Mozilla Community Wiki]] to "Mozilla Marketing" and add that article to the top-level category, instead of adding new articles to the Firefox, Thunderbird, etc., categories. [[User:Alice Wyman|Alice Wyman]] 03:16, 10 January 2007 (UTC)
 +::I concur with the first option Alice gave.--[[User:Np|Np]] 18:02, 30 January 2007 (UTC)
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 +*[[:Category:JavaScript example code]] - down to six articles, as they keep leaving for MDC. Move all articles up a level to [[:Category:Example code]].--[[User:Np|Np]] 18:02, 30 January 2007 (UTC)

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I'm a hero, I managed to delete the immortal articles --Filipp0s 05:19, 30 January 2007 (UTC)


http://kb.mozillazine.org/Category:Marketing - It links to two empty articles plus one of the material projects. If we need to provide links to sites such as Firefox materials, Thunderbird materials, Sunbird materials etc. I think a better solution would be to have a single article called Marketing that points to each applications material web site plus community web sites such as http://www.spreadfirefox.com/ . My concern is that this category is going to become a haven for all sorts of outdated marketing fluff. Let the web sites that specialize in marketing do all of the marketing.

I noticed we also have a Firefox_Materials , Seamonkey_Materials , Thunderbird_Materials , Sunbird_Materials, Camino_Materials and Mozilla_Materials article each of which has no (real) category and is redirected to http://mozilla.wikia.com/wiki/Marketing:Mozilla_Materials . That seems like the only people who could find those articles already know how to find the web site, so its not clear what purpose they serve. I suggest they be deleted too. If thats not acceptable it would seem to make more sense to rename Firefox_Materials to Firefox Marketing and add it to Category:Firefox etc. so that somebody who doesn't know the magic word (materials) could either stumble across it when browsing the Firefox articles or find it via searching for marketing. Tanstaafl 01:56, 10 January 2007 (UTC)

I vote to delete the Category:Marketing (just created a few days ago by User:Ottodv). All the "Materials" articles you mentioned redirect to the Mozilla Community Wiki article, which simply says, Mozilla Materials projects have moved to Mozilla Community Wiki. Another idea would be to rename Mozilla Community Wiki to "Mozilla Marketing" and add that article to the top-level category, instead of adding new articles to the Firefox, Thunderbird, etc., categories. Alice Wyman 03:16, 10 January 2007 (UTC)
I concur with the first option Alice gave.--Np 18:02, 30 January 2007 (UTC)