The actual system of the categories is not adapted for Wikipedia.
Wikipedia is too big. The search Engine is not very good. We need a good
The categories system has a big defect : We can't cross it.
An exemple : Victor Hugo. The article [[fr:Victor Hugo]] has lot of cats :
1802 births | 1885 deaths | French dramatists and playwrights | French poets |
French novelists | French-language poets | Members of the Académie française |
Romantic poets | Novelists | Spiritualists | Former Students of Lycée
Louis-le-Grand | Natives of Besançon | People buried at the Panthéon
Well, now, I can know all personns "Born in 1802", "French Poets", etc. (I go on
[[Cat:1802 births]], [[Cat:French poets]].
But I can't know "French Poets" "born in 1802". I will be able to know if
[[Cat:French poets]] is IN [[Cat:1802 births]].
So, here is my new Idea :
We add Tags on the pages. i.e. : %%Men%%, %%Born in 1878%%, %%Poetry%%
We can navigate and search articles with some tags, with exclusive requests (or
- 'Men Writer Writer AND Poetry'
- 'Men Writer or Poetry'
- 'Men Writer Xor Poetry', etc.
I don't know the limts of the system. I think add "Recommanded Tags" would be
good. You will be able to surf as
I search a Town, Lille, in France, in Nord country.
"Well, in the Tag France, I search a Town" -> I get all french towns. I search
French Towns in Nord -> I see Lille !"
What do you think about that ?