There seems to be an argument that has sprung up on my mid-size wiki: Is a Talk page just for talking about ways to improve the page alone, or can it be used to argue about the content of a page? For example, if it's a page about a movie, is it inappropriate for a user to start a debate about how the movie is better than the television show it is based on?
- Different wikis have different local policies about talkpages. Its best to deiede about it by discussing with your community.— Ultimate Supreme talk · wiki I · wiki II 04:47, November 2, 2012 (UTC)
- One thing you might consider is archiving the talk page to keep it tidy. The usual way to do this is to move the page from Talk:Spaghetti to Talk:Spaghetti/Archive, then link to Talk:Spaghetti/Archive at the top of Talk:Spaghetti, which will now be blank.
- If you'd like to let the conversation continue - just not on the talk page, you could move it to the forum namespace using the same method, and leave a note on the talk page saying that the conversation has been moved. -452 18:49, November 2, 2012 (UTC)