Introducing Quality Tags
I've been thinking about implementing some sort of ratings system on this wiki for a while to help distinguish between pastas which are good and those which are not-so-good, in the absence of quality standards... because, while we may not delete pastas for quality reasons, that doesn't mean they're not still judged by the community. It can be very useful for readers to be able to filter out certain less-than-stunning articles.
Thus, the Damn Fine Pasta and Crappypasta tags (names may change if we can come up with better ones). These are Admin-only tags that are attached to articles that have proven themselves to be either a cut above or a cut below the rest, as determined by the comments/feedback it receives and the admins' objective-as-possible judgement.
As a reader, this means you'll be able to separate the articles that were written over the course of a few days from those written in a few minutes; and, as a site user, this means your feedback will help bring great pastas to light (and bad ones to... um... dark?). So share your comments! Loud and proud!