Do we really need to know what events this person has been to? --Lurker 01:32, 12 October 2009 (UTC)
No, we dont really need to know the events, but for us, its a work in progress and kind of a journal for our own info and experience. If you look at mine its on there as well! --Fey Anya
I believe that is what blogs are for. You could try facebook, or myspace, or possibly even AmtSocial. --Lurker 05:52, 12 October 2009 (UTC)
We dont do facebook, or myspace.... wound up with 3 worms, 842 trogans, and omg the viruses from another kid that used my pc.... not to mention my friends daughter was stalked on them as well, BAD experience on them... So your saying what you attended isn't an accomplishment that should be entered--Fey Anya
That is exactly what I'm saying. Additionally, worms, trojans, and the like are typically a result of being an idiot rather than going to a given site. I can pretty much guarantee that those sites are clean because I sometimes use them, and my computer is clean. But really, that has nothing to do with the wiki. We have standards of content, and it's generally not acceptable to put content like that; it's just not pertinent information. --Lurker 07:28, 12 October 2009 (UTC)
No offense Fey, but I'm going to have to agree with Lurker on this one. Your first event? Great. A list? Not so much. "Travels extensively"? Great... even "has been as far west as X" and so forth. But not a list. "Has averaged X events/year for the last Y years" Okay. But not a list.
Amtwiki is for other people to learn the highlights of a given topic. We don't list credits or individual awards here. I'd say "events I've attended" fall well below "X order of the Y", and as such don't make the cut.
AmtSocial is for Amt-blogging. I suggest you put this sort of thing there.
--Lucas 15:50, 12 October 2009 (UTC)