I would like to suggest that a new project should be started, concentrating on the Scandinavian profiles prior to the year 1000.
For a start, I would like to thank C Mackinnon for the recent work on cleaning, writing bios and merging profiles from the Ynglinga saga. But the work also raised questions and I think it would be good to have a project that could work out some kind of guidelines.
It would also be good to have a project as manager of such profiles. I, for one, would hate to see the work put into these profiles being edited without anyone interested to notice it. And yes, most profiles already have multiple managers (more than 5-6 managers which I think is the recommended amount) and up to as many as 50 people on the trusted list but none working on the profiles.
I'm not sure if it should be a sub-project of EuroAristo since the description is "EuroAristo's focus is on the noble families of Europe, from as far back as there are reliable records, to the present day." And really, there are no reliable records for this era, almost everything is told several hundred years later.
If it should be a sub-project to EuroAristo it would still need a project account of its own. EuroAristo seems to be a project that is too big to actually be the manager of profiles?
As to why the year 1000 as breakpoint? By then most of Scandinavia had been christened and the Scandinavian countries began to form, united under one king. Before that Scandinavia mainly had chieftains and petty kings ruling smaller areas.
Any thoughts? Anyone interested besides me and C Mackinnon?
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Edited; Since three more answers in this thread indicates they are willing to join the project, we are now 5 persons interested in starting up the project.