Is there a thread that contains links to A L L of the reference articles?

Is there a thread that contains links to A L L of the reference articles?


I don't know about you guys, but it is a pain for me when trying to find reference articles. I have looked and searched, but I cannot find an article that links to the others. Moreover, if you do not know what the reference article is called, it is difficult to find a reference article that already exists. For example, I know that Heidita created a reference article about love vocab because of all the posts that ask about how to say "I love you" and such. Someone else asked the same question and I was going to post the link to the article, but I couldn't find it!

So, to my point, Fidalgo created a reference article (link) that includes links to all of the A-Z games on the site. Is there such an article that includes all of the reference articles? Is it at all possible to make one?

updated JUL 6, 2010
posted by MeEncantanCarasSonrisas

1 Answer


Do you not have enough points to create a reference article? There is nothing technically preventing such a list from being created. You would have to consult the site owners about their proprietary rights if you wish to share/publish such a list.

I seem to recall a previous thread discussing whether there was a file (a pdf file would be terrific) containing all of the Reference articles for download. I don't recall hearing the outcome of the discussion. You might wish to research it, so you don't duplicate any effort.

If you find such a file or start a project to create one, post your intentions. Such a daunting task may require a collaborative effort.

I really don't really see the need for a Master list providing links to all Reference articles. The hierarchy of categorical lists that exist are more meaningful to me. They eliminate the need for browsing though a hundred or more links to find the one that you are looking for.

By the way, here is a link to Heidita's thread on love. It took one minute and the search engine to find it.


updated JUL 6, 2010
edited by 0074b507
posted by 0074b507
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