This is where we discuss/argue Categories.
 Category Depth
I think that category depth should not be any deeper than 2 (e.g., Tamriel, and Tamriel-Factions). Any deeper than that, and you're just replicating a directory structure, which isn't that desirable
BTW, I changed "Tamriel-Guilds" to "Tamriel-Factions" as a better descriptive term.
- --Wrye 21:42, 19 Feb 2005 (EST)
The original site had a structure like Main-Morrowind-Quests-Main Quest-Part X. To a certain extent the article categories will provide a similar structure, but main pages should also be created to help users find content. These pages will primarily just organize links to specific content, like the original pages.
This article hasn't been updated since the release of Oblivion. It needs some more sub-categories under the Oblivion category. --Aristeo 20:39, 6 May 2006 (EDT)
 Categorization System
There's a discussion about this categorization system going on at the community portal. (Yes, I know I should have started it here, but I forgot that this page existed!) --Aristeo 13:09, 22 September 2006 (EDT)
 Cartography Category
I see that Daveh has started work on the map of Solstheim and the realm of Apocrypha, as added by the Dragonborn DLC. Awesomeness! I was wondering if this might be a good time to replace (or supplement/complement) the current "See Also" sections on the other map design pages, such as Skyrim Map Design, Oblivion Map Design, and Morrowind Map Design, with a category of some sort? Personally, I think there needs to be a clearer delineation on the wiki between cartography that involves straight jpeg maps that are uploaded to the wiki, and cartography that involves the external maps that rely on the Google API (or similar). — Daric✐ 03:30, 22 May 2013 (GMT)