Some tasks: Please gather five pro articles and present them in the the "pro/con resources" section of this debate page. I've built the con side. This is where you should always start in building a debate article. Find article through Google searches. Then, draw arguments and quotations from the pro articles you've have gathered. We're generally using MLA style. -- Brooks Lindsay 13:17, 26 June 2008 (CDT)
Hey there "active editor"
I've listed you as an "active editor" on our Debatepedia:Active editors page. This means that you've made weekly, substantive contributions, consistently. The list of these individuals is small. Congratulations. I've been looking at your "user contributions" and have been impressed. Keep it up.
Now, is there a task that you are eager to do on Debatepedia? Is there a debate that you would like to focus on for a week or two? Would you like me to give you an assignment, or do you prefer roaming the site and picking up tasks according to your own interests? -- Brooks Lindsay 13:56, 28 July 2008 (CDT)
It doesn't look like you were able to get to the Landmine assignment I gave you (by email). Let me know if you have any questions about that. If you'd like, though, we can just move to the next task. -- Brooks Lindsay 13:59, 28 July 2008 (CDT)
Wonderful. I prefer that you be able to browse and think independently, and then, when you engage in a debate article or in any other project on Debatepedia, I will see it on "recent changes" (which you should follow too), and will help you along. Make sure to follow the Debatepedia:Daily Debate Digest Publishing Calendar for things that are going to be published on the main page (and you can schedule debates too). -- Brooks Lindsay 11:07, 29 July 2008 (CDT)