Member lists

The editors who are working on Pi Kappa Phi included a member list of their organization. Do we think this is a good idea for fraternity and sorority articles? It's certainly informative, but I think it might get complicated and distracting for some of the older and more established chapters that have hundreds, possibly even thousands of chapter members. I'm currently thinking that we probably shouldn't have member lists in the main article about the organization (because it might make the article too long), but maybe we could have a "List of [organization] members" if the organization is willing to volunteer that information. What do other editors think? Kari Marie Hazzard 06:10, 17 May 2010 (EDT)

I do think having a full member list is a little too much content for a single RITpedia entry. The main positions should be included, but not the entire member list, at least not on the main page about the organization. --Richard Edward Latham 09:39, 17 May 2010 (EDT)
I'm definitely against having a full member list. It's 1) hard to verify 2) TMI 3) Requires us to always update. I say ONLY the Executive Council. While we're at it, I say any club/group should only have the e-board. And historically, when we include past years, maybe we only include the past presidents/vice presidents? We don't want to have a HUGE list of e-board for every year, do we? --Daniel Rene Leveille 12:09, 17 May 2010 (EDT)