Difference between revisions of "Talk:People on the Moon"
(→Toursists: transitions prohibited?)
m (Lunarpedia talk:CC People on the Moon moved to Talk:People on the Moon: Was never meant to be Creative Commons; placement in public domain space indicated as not an issue)
Revision as of 07:08, 4 March 2007
This page was originally written to develop characters for stories about lunar settlement. I have written about 5 of these stories to date. They are now at:
I would be interested in moving them to Lunarpedia as part of a major addition to actively and aggressively build a vision of success in the American public for the return to the moon.
Jriley 04:41, 3 March 2007 (PST)
Why are these transitions prohibited?
- Tourist to miner (not properly trained)
Why not train the tourist? The tourist will need quite a lot of training before they will be allowed to fly to the Moon, just like tourists to space today. The additional training to become a miner would seem simple enough.
In the interim, the tourist would have more than enough training to support himself/herself working in a retail outlet. This paragraph only Mdelaney
- Tourist to settler (wait your turn like everybody else, seen as trying to buy your way into the program)
What is wrong with buying your way into the program? That is basically what the toursts are already doing. They would be just staying permanently instead of returning to Earth. If they have the money to pay for it, why not establish retirement community on the Moon for example, such communities exist all over the Earth. People live and work in one country, then retire in a different country. What is wrong with the Moon as a retirement destination?Charles F. Radley 06:42, 3 March 2007 (PST)
There is no CC_People namespace. By moving it there you actually moved it into the public domain main namespace. As I'm doubting this was your intent I moved it here until the terms under which it is to be made available are clarified.
What could be done to clarify the namespace formatting, especially for the next time when the next person may accidentally move something into public domain and not have the situation caught in time to prevent someone using it as a public domain resource? -- Strangelv 06:49, 3 March 2007 (PST)