[WikiEN-l] Policy on adding (many, relevant) links to articles?

Fred Bauder fredbaud at ctelco.net
Sun May 28 16:55:29 UTC 2006

Looks good to me as an external link. We would not want all that  
detail in our article, but it would certainly be useful. The site has  
a bit of advertising but nothing outrageous.


On May 26, 2006, at 10:25 PM, Seth Price wrote:

> I've been working on an outdoors website that has a focus on parks.
> The idea is I can add photos, reviews, scores, and other information
> to a given park. The site is Wiki-like, in that people can correct
> and add information that is listed (like admission fee info and lat/
> long). I think that I have many pages that would be of interest to a
> person browsing related Wikipedia articles.
> So, I would like to edit a number of articles to add links to my
> pages. For example, I would link to my Yellowstone National Park
> (http://www.unearthedoutdoors.net/parks/140 ) from Wikipedia (http://
> en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellowstone_National_Park ). Would this be
> acceptable? Could I do the same for many other pages?
> Like (for another example):
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erie_National_Wildlife_Refuge
> http://www.unearthedoutdoors.net/parks/1594
> Making these links makes sense, as far as I can tell, but I thought
> I'd ask about them first, because I'd be making a few hundred of them
> (at least) and I don't want to step on any toes.
> Thanks,
> Seth
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