Talk:Aarni

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Former good article nominee Aarni was a Music good articles nominee, but did not meet the good article criteria at the time. There are suggestions below for improving the article. Once these issues have been addressed, the article can be renominated. Editors may also seek a reassessment of the decision if they believe there was a mistake.
January 28, 2007 Good article nominee Not listed

Concerning the edits of Scatonaut[edit]

Here is my response to all of those edits:

  1. Guitars --> Guitar. I'm fine with that
  2. 2006 --> 2007. I'm fine with that as well.
  3. Master Warjomaa is not fictional.
  4. Alleged is a fine word to me.
  5. Please don't erase stuff without asking... It's very distruptive!
  6. Mistress Palm has a toilet brush in her hand, not a dish brush.
  7. Thanks for the references concerning Jung and Discordianism, that helped.
  8. The line-up listed is the actual line-up.
  9. Aarni/Umbra Nihil --> Aarni/Umbra Nihil Split. Fine with me.
  10. Reference to Jung. Fine with me.
  11. "Genius Albert Frankenstein"... What in the world? Do you even have sources?
  12. Concerning "Oneiroscopy", I kept the original sentence.

Please try to communicate before making such edits. --Zouavman Le Zouave (Talk to me!See my edits!) 16:45, 18 January 2007 (UTC)

GA[edit]

I don't think the prose is that great,

  • Master Warjomaa is also an active member of another doom metal band called Umbra Nihil, playing the lead guitar.[6](also an active member - another is redundant - remove 'the' from lead guitar) Aarni released a demo in 2001, and then a split(remove 'then', what is a 'split album'?) album with Umbra Nihil the year after. After a second demo in 2002, Aarni finally released its first full-length album, Bathos, in 2004. As of 2007, the band not signed to any record company, and is regarded as independent. (the band are not signed to any record company?) This section covers six years in two sentences, try expand it.
  • Pandemia is the name of a song by Aarni that was only released on internet. It was originally recorded in 2002,(reference) and was later remixed and released on the internet in July 2003.(reference) It is only available on the official Aarni website.(could put the last sentence with the first)
  • Information about or from Aarni is often unclear, doubtful, or purposely erroneous or confusing. One sentence paragraph, and makes the article confusing and doubtful.
  • gods and started to aim at becoming gods." Direct quote needs a reference
  • is one of the alleged members of Aarni, not accurate
  • According to the band's official website, Warjomaa was born in 1974., above
  • According to Aarni he "originated" in 1998 above
  • Website, needs references
  • and/or Glossolalic. why is there an or for this and not the rest
  • This line up is the actual line-up, what? not the one declared on the website. original research?
  • References are missing details such as publisher, date, last retrieved, check {{cite web}} for more information
  • Images are missing fair use rationales
  • no source is indicated on the infobox image, thus we dont know if it's under a CC-SA license.
  • Vague terms of size often are unnecessary and redundant - “some”, “a variety/number/majority of”, “several”, “a few”, “many”, “any”, and “all”.

Refer to Wikipedia:WikiProject Biography/Peer review once these issues are addressed. M3tal H3ad 02:15, 28 January 2007 (UTC)

Sources[edit]

I have removed the following sources since they violate WP:RS, WP:V and WP:EL:

  • tartareandesire.com, a self-published website edited by two non-notable students
  • doom-metal.com, a self-published website edited by a non-notable information engineer
  • metal-temple.com, a self-published website edited by a non-notable musician
  • spirit-of-metal.com, a self-published website edited by a non-notable person
  • metalorgie.com, a self-published website edited by a non-notable person, also not in English

WP:V clearly states that self-published sources can't be accepted unless they are written/edited by a notable expert in the field, so these websites can't be used as references on Wikipedia. They should only be used as sources of interviews, since in this case they become primary sources. Mushroom (Talk) 21:03, 9 December 2007 (UTC)