These are pages which are usually derived from an original page and are usually the comments of people with regard to the original subject. They are usually thread mode pages and can be well defined comments with backup and support mixed with opinions having no more weight than that of the opinion-ator. As a result they are candidates for refactoring. They do however present a challenge if the refactorer does anything more that substituting a personal slant and interpretation, failing to present the many views which may be included. As a result they are rarely refactored, and if they are, they are rarely refactored well.
Discussion pages are usually fractured pages, derived from another page, or consisting of compilations from several pages.
Discussion pages need refactorers.
When such pages are refactored, they should be refactored with substance, not reshaped by the refactorer's opinions.
If two or more positions or classifications can be identified, they should be reflected in the refactoring. (perhaps resulting in a multiplication of pages).
This is a category classifying one such group of pages.