Revision as of 18:52, 28 May 2013 by Rawz (talk | contribs)


Any modifications should be discussed and come to a consensus like the rest of the wiki contents have been.

Editing Notes: We should expand a bit on 1977's new location & a small blurb about the business. Any other cool ideas of information to include (maybe other moped history, local info, etc.)? Newer pictures would be cool too.

I moved some comments around to proper headings to make the discussions more sensible.

--Rawz 18:51, 28 May 2013 (EDT)


Why does Quarterkicks or Kalamazoo Moped Riders information need to be on the Decepticons wiki page, neither have anything to do with the dcons, both have their own pages. If they need to be there please post the reason.

--Awesomenick 23:34, 13 February 2013 (EST)

KMR does not belong on the Dcon wiki. Need Their own page, & plug on qk wiki if wanted.

Verbage on our wiki does not to be as aggressive and targeted. 'loaners' will be sufficient for the definition to get the point across. The dcons are more than greatful for the help from qk, but im sure if anyone looks back on any mopeds qk lent to people, it's been more than only dcon patrons.

--Rawz some time I don't remember when

I think QK deserves a space in the D'con related shops section seeing as rallies have been held there, but I do think what's there currently is excessive. I think the first paragraph is fine, and the rest of it can go into the shop page which it will link to.

KMR has it's own page, but doesn't need to be linked on the D'con page because it's not relevant. Some KMR info can go on the shop page, but the bulk of it can go on the KMR page. This is what makes sense to me.

What say ye?

--Stover 18 April 2013

You should take a look through the history and see that we have be trying to do exactly what you are suggesting, but its being changed back by chad. I'm glad you see it in the same light I do. If you look I was the one that broke QK out into its own page, and added him to the shops page where he will get far more hits than on the dcon page.

--Awesomenick 16:58, 18 April 2013 (EDT)

I did notice the edit history, I just wanted to post here before I go changing things around. I'll move the stuff out of your page and over to the shop page as well as sexing it and the KMR page up a bit.

--Stover 21:02, 18 April 2013 (EDT)

Concur --Rawz 08:09, 19 April 2013 (EDT)

I see it was changed back already. LOLZ --Awesomenick 11:13, 19 April 2013 (EDT)

There is no mention of "KMR" in the Quarterkick section. KMR is completely separate from the community group that is open to all active moped riders in the Kalamazoo area. Kalamazoo Moped Riders is not KMR. Also nothing I wrote is inaccurrate the only loaners I brought to rallies last year were for Dcons without running mopeds of their own. --Chad Burke

Arguing semantics does not make it any more reasonable to include. Kalamazoo Moped Riders will be removed from the Dcon wiki. They're reachable through links on quarterkick wiki. If people are interested, they have their own wiki page.

An agreeable solution to the loaners bit cannot be reached, so this section of text will be removed. I've also re-added the discussion history, and added Chad's earlier discussion comment in order along the bottom (above my comments) to maintain accurate record of modifications & discussion.

--Rawz 12:50, 26 April 2013 (EDT)

Restored Wiki to agreed state, and restored the discussion history.

--Rawz 16:20, 1 May 2013 (EDT)

Made some modifications to some disagreed upon verbage, tried to keep things inclusive & relevant, input would be good. Thinking about it, I think Kalamazoo Moped Riders should have a small mention as they're an open group in our city that we can ride with.

Notes: Need to hyperlink Kalamazoo Moped Riders Wiki page
           Need to shorten up QK area, it's excessive for also having it's own wiki.
           Need to change verbage on loaner section, while accurate, sounds pointed and negative

--Rawz 18:23, 28 May 2013 (EDT)