Just got my copy, and it is official! "...Cryptic Studios' alternative Star Trek continuity..." -- Michael A. Martin, The Needs of the Many. The online verse is now officially an alternate timeline! Apologies will not be necessary. Victory is mine. – AT2Howell 04:37, April 18, 2010 (UTC)

Too many categories?Edit

Do we really need "Events", "Media" etc? -- DS9 Forever 21:26, May 8, 2010 (UTC)

The book has a tremendous amount of name dropping, i think that separation is going to be the only way to make sense of all the things referenced... after all, the first few pages mention several media organizations and there are bound to be dozens of wars and other events mentioned. -- Captain MKB 21:40, May 8, 2010 (UTC)

Is the listing complete now? Because if it is, or even close then I agree there are far too many categories, many of these currently have one reference under them! How many more Bajoran agencies is the book likely to generate for instance. I think we should only be dividing the main standard sections when the lists are getting really hard to control; this doesn't seem to be a proportionate response to the number of references at the moment. The character and starship listings seem to be managing in one big block, why cant the rest.

If you compare us to MA we're already extremely generous in the amount of organisation we give to the reference section, lets not go crazy with it though! --8of5 12:51, May 30, 2010 (UTC)

No the listing isn't complete now. I've only read less than a quarter of the book. Everyone wants to see results now, huh? I don't work at you pace? You're a real taskmaster, please, serve up some more demands!
I think the character listings and starship listings will need to be broken down as well, actually. The agencies listing might be consolidated a little to save space. This book's article will be a monster no matter how we slice it, and organization is the key. Allow more work to be done before you make such pronouncements. -- Captain MKB 14:15, May 30, 2010 (UTC)

I asked whether it was complete precisely to establish whether or not it was ready to be reassessed on its final arrangement. No need to be so sensitive. --8of5 14:23, May 30, 2010 (UTC)

I was wondering.. Edit

What is the Long War? And does the book talk about the possibility of the Ferengi and the Cardassians joining the Federation? – Grandmaster Trey 22:04, September 10, 2010 (UTC)

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