Category talk:Atheist groups by region

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Structure question

I'm not sure what the best format for this directory is.

One approach is like that for Atheist groups in Maryland, which is basically just a link dump. Another is like that for the Norwegian Human-Etisk Forbund or the Atheist Community of Austin, which are pages for individual groups, but they appear in the regional directory through the magic of categories.

A third approach might be to create categories (rather than pages) for each region; and if we don't have any information about a group other than a link to its web site, put that in the category description. The drawback is that groups would be listed in two separate places: if Atheist groups in Texas were a category, then the ACA and Atheist Longhorns would appear in the category listing, while the Atheist Club of El Paso With Nothing But A Link would be above that, outside of the main listing.

Thoughts? Suggestions? --Arensb 22:42, 18 September 2008 (CDT)

I don't see a problem with being slightly inconsistent here. In other words, let Human-Etisk Forbund be a member of (only) Category:Atheist groups in Norway, which in turn is a member of (only) Category:Atheist groups in Europe. The article Atheist groups in Maryland can remain an article until somebody writes something about a specific group. At that point it can be split into articles about the groups, and a Category:Atheist groups in Maryland can be erected. - Soulkeeper 07:24, 19 September 2008 (CDT)
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