This page is an archive of a community-wide discussion. This page is no longer live. Further comments or questions on this topic should be made in a new Senate Hall page rather than here so that this page is preserved as a historic record. Advanced Jedi Training Droid 6(Talk to my master) 13:00, January 20, 2016 (UTC)
As the Legends canon is astronomically large, and the Canon-canon is getting large very quickly (with Comics, books, games, etc) I would suggest adding a third article fork for JUST information that appear/mentioned within the films.
There are so many fans who ONLY care about the stuff that appears in the films, who will marathon Episode 1-7 and then claim they have "Watched all of Starwars" and have a few questions JUST about characters they have seen.
It shouldn't even be too hard to do, as the Canon/Legends fork when it was first announced was scaled back to JUST the films & Clone wars. Reverting back to that revision and removing the clone wars info would be all that's needed.
Hi there, thank-you very much for your ideas. I understand that most people out there (including my family, friends, and peers) are only interested in the Star Wars movies. Some may also be familiar with 'The Clone Wars and Rebels TV series because it it is marketed at children. However, Lucasfilm has made it clear that the new Canon consists of both the movies and the new generation of spinoff television episodes, comics, novels, and games. Lucasfilm has also made it clear that the new "spinoff" literature would be on an equal footing with the movies. For an introduction to the new Canon policy, feel free to have a look at this page on the official Star Wars website.
Concerning your question, dividing Wookieepedia into separate "Film Only" and "Expanded Universe" would create unnecessary confusion for fans who follow the new Canon policy established by the Lucasfilm Story Group. Since Lucasfilm has decreed that The Clone Wars TV series is officially canon, it would make sense to include it in the Canon version. We may not be an official website. But for Wookieepedia to remain relevant to the Star Wars community, we need to follow the official Canon policy established by the "higher-ups." I hope this clears up some misunderstanding about Star Wars canon policy. Andykatib 10:05, December 21, 2015 (UTC)