- Is there anything wrong with just leaving these two wiki pages as they are? Less Wrong and Overcoming Bias are still two separate sites, so I think it makes sense if the list of posts from each site is put in its own wikipage. --PeerInfinity 19:23, 29 May 2009 (UTC)
- This list includes short summaries and dates and doesn't include concepts, and both lists include Yudkowsky's posts. I think the list of Yudkowsky's posts should remain only on Less Wrong lists, as the posts themselves. If the short summaries are at all useful I'm not sure, but article name plus author plus concepts plus short summary seems to be too much for a single table.
Also, long lists are hard on browsers. Yesterday I clicked on "diff" of your edit on one of the lists, and my Firefox just froze. Maybe the lists should be split, say, a year worth of posts per list. For example, Less Wrong/List of posts 2006. --Vladimir Nesov 20:48, 29 May 2009 (UTC)
- Good point. I'll go ahead and split the tables into one year per page. Also, I'll try a trick with transclusion to make a page with all the posts, in case anyone dares to wait for the whole list to load. --PeerInfinity 21:34, 29 May 2009 (UTC)