Talk:Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences
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Need to standardize on table or list
Proposing a complicated Merge/Split
I would like to consider the following two major steps:
- Splitting the DICE awards to its own article D.I.C.E. Awards currently a redirect to here.
- Merging D.I.C.E. Summit fully into this article.
The Awards get attention, but the Summit far less (beyond the talks that are given, and when you come to how much E3 gets). The stuff between AIAS & the summit and any thing else AIAS does outside of the Awards will still be short. --MASEM (t) 01:13, 25 February 2017 (UTC)
- Would it make more sense to split just the awards list to its own article and keep the content about the awards ceremony here, since it's a major part of the topic? Might be the same in effect, apart from the article title. Summit merge sounds good. czar 17:43, 28 February 2017 (UTC)