Talk:St. Louis Cathedral Basilica
We should clearly only have one "field trip to the Cathedral" page, written to be generally usable. When writing Seeking Symmetry, I tried to do it in such a way that a non St. Louis resident could potentially adapt it to their situation. This page looks a lot more like what I actually give to my students.
So, the question is: Do we want a really Cathedral specific page? If this was a book in print, no way. Since it's a wiki, maybe we just have a pile of field trip pages for different cities. Maybe the way to handle it is to make Seeking Symmetry even more general, then have a list of very location specific sub-pages like this one. (That list, of course, being only one long until the course goes nationwide).
The thing that really bothers me the most is the two main-page lines with parenthetical owners. That must go.
Bryan 23:16, 22 August 2007 (CDT)
I want this to be easily accesible to my students, so I want them to be able to identify which page is mine. That's the reason for the parenthetical name. Maybe we have our own versions on our individual teaching pages?--Barta 11:14, 24 August 2007 (CDT)