So, to recap, bit of an unusual thing cropped up in Good Articles a month back with the nomination of Halo: First Strike, because while it's written with quality, much of its main content appears on sub-pages, not the main page itself, and I wondered if we wanted to count those. Following discussion on by Good Articles panelists on Halo Fanon talk:Good Articles/Nomination and the Discord chat, the consensus seems to be yes, and thus I've drafted up a couple guidelines to include in the rules for nomination and voting so we can refer to them officially in times of doubt and on-the-fence-ness. They are as follows:
Content on sub-pages relating specifically to the nominated page is viable for consideration towards earning Good Article status, but must be titled as "(Main Article Name)/(Sub-Page Name)". This is so wikia's formatting automatically recognizes it as a sub-page and generates a link back to the main article at the top of the sub-page.
Sub-pages must conform to Good Article requirements for categorization, redlinks, spelling & grammar, and include a Writer template. Sub-pages do not have individual image requirements.
Only the Good Articles judge panelists are allowed to cast votes on the adoption of this new guideline, but any user is welcome to comment on it in the Comments section below.
Support — I was originally unsure about this, hence why it's taken me so long to cast my vote, but I ultimately couldn't bring myself to think of a legitimate reason to vote against this. »Anonymous ONI agent«[COMMS][SERVICE RECORD]