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December 2010

December is upon us. Any suggestions? In order to avoid a hole on the main page I'm going to copy/paste the current FA to next month's template, but feel free to suggest a different article to put there. --Forgottenman (talk) 08:03, 30 November 2010 (CST)

Ideas for the future

January is upon us. I tentatively think that Inflation in the Weimar Republic is just about ready to go, so I'll lengthen its lead and make it next month's featured article. After that, however, it would be nice to have rotating options. In the future we can set up an actual MisesWiki:Featured article candidates page, but for now, I'll make a list of a few articles that are largely original content and, with a bit of work, could be put on the front page in the future:

Other ideas? --Forgottenman (talk) 10:47, 30 December 2010 (CST)

The future is upon us. :)
If the Inflation in the Weimar Republic is just about ready, please do the necessary edits and let's put it on the main page; or pick any article that is of sufficient importance and quality.
Meanwhile, do we need anything else for the page and review process? I'm willing to participate in the review, with Jonathan Catalan in lead. Forgottenman is also heartily invited. (Anybody else?)
Oh, and, maybe we should make some requirement about considering only articles 'substantially important' for the Austrian School of Economics, or something to the effect. (Especially if material prizes are involved!) Pestergaines 03:43, 25 July 2011 (MSD)

How about Scandinavia and the social state? Not quite polished but seems to be popular. Pestergaines 15:11, 10 November 2011 (MSK)