"RFCs should be opened about matters concerning the wiki as a whole, such as policy changes, enabling and disabling extensions, and features and ideas which would have significant effect on the wiki as a whole. Do not use this page to start discussions on page-specific matters, such as merges, splits, single category renames or deletions, except where a dispute pertaining to a single page is so significant that discussion on the article talk page has failed to effectively resolve it."
Support Yeah, unless it's something that would a huge impact or nobody can agree on what should be done, I don't think we need to have RFCs for requests regarding certain pages like merging, adding or separating. Those kinds of discussions are way better suited for the talk page(s) of the affected article(s) or on the Forums. HibiscusCrown20 (talk) 16:14, 5 November 2022 (UTC)
Support Requests for Comment are meant to be used exclusively for things such as policy changes and changes which would require community consensus as they'd be big, not for trivial things like the examples given in the foreword of this RfC. Their use for anything else can be construed as misuse. I was actually going to post a message on those RfCs to clarify what the purpose of an RfC is as consensus for those trivial things should instead be sought at a different community venue such as the talk page of the page or the forums. Usage of RfCs for trivial things is akin to a country's legislature passing a law on whether a specific person should eat pizza or meatloaf for dinner, just silly overall. Agent Isai (talk) 07:56, 6 November 2022 (UTC)
Support I agree. Blad (talk) 21:45, 8 November 2022 (UTC)
look, all im saying is that the wording could have been a little better. Like, how about something simpler? Like "you shouldn't do stuff that is for the forums here" or something like that. Aight? CharlieFiddlesticks (talk) 16:30, 5 November 2022 (UTC)