User:Ned Scott

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While I try to keep up to date with discussions I'm in, it's very possible for me to miss something. For this reason or any other, feel free to send me an extra poke via e-mail or AIM, for anything, trivial or important (or to just say hi).
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I am User:Ned Scott on all Wikimedia Projects with the exception of wikinews:es:User:Ned Scott. I'm in my late-twenties and live in Arizona, USA. My main focus on Wikipedia is working on articles about entertainment and fiction (particularly anime and science fiction, which is probably not a big surprise), though I do enjoy working on much more than just those kinds of articles. Lately I've been more active in meta space than in article space, focusing on discussions and technical features such as templates. I'm also very interested in applying some of the methodology of Wikipedia to other wikis around the internet, which lead me to start up WikiProject Transwiki.

Unfortunately my personal time is being consumed by some other stuff lately, and I'm not nearly as active as I once was. Don't let that stop you from leaving me a message or asking for assistance if you feel I can be of some help! I will always be a Wikipedian, and look forward to always having at least some level of contribution to this great project. I also plan on getting more active again to at least finish a number of projects/ideas that I've either had or was involved in.

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RfCs - Art, architecture, literature and media

Talk:Bill Cosby

Is Bill_Cosby#Sexual_assault_allegations_and_fallout currently of undue weight? 14:48, 20 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:Deathstroke

User "LLArrow" and I strongly disagree about his preference for describing the Malcolm Merlyn by the codename "The Dark Archer". While it used by fans and apparently in two press releases, it does not appear in the show. I contend that to use this external information to modify the reported content of the show is misleading and violates WP:WAF guidelines. Instead, it treats this supplementary information as filling in secret gaps of the show's fictional world -- which is not how we write about fiction -- and would be a dubious inclusion even on that basis. He however contends that the name is "official," and therefore should be used at every opportunity. Can someone please comment?Zythe (talk) 09:46, 19 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:2002 Venezuelan coup d'état attempt

Should the "Media Role" content be moved to the "Aftermath" section? 02:39, 18 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:Glengarry Glen Ross (film)

Is there enough evidence that the film is set in New York City? Are the references adequate? Xanthis (talk) 12:59, 17 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:Version 2.0

I brought up in one of the above threads that the CNN and CMJ profile pieces on Garbage shouldn't have been added because they are not actual reviews and the section already gives undue weight to positive reviews of the album, so I removed them from this article's Critical reception section, before being reverted by Lapadite77, who claimed my removal constituted "POV-pushing edits, removing + reviews from reliable sources".
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  1. No Profile features or interview articles are often written with the subject and their accomplishments in mind, making them poor sources for objective, critical writing, and the section in the article already gives undue weight to positive reviews when, according to Contemporary Musicians, this album received "somewhat mixed reviews". Dan56 (talk) 02:51, 17 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:Roy Moore

There's a section called Judge Roy Moore is Coming to Dinner about a play which is a parody of Judge Roy Moore. If it is notable it should probably have it's own page as the play does not feature him at all. However, there's limited WP:SOURCES on this and the play's creator. Seems like WP:FRINGE ... Goodambitions (talk) 00:12, 14 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:Ken Ham

I seek comment on whether:

1/ this edit [1], particularly the words 'dinosaur soft tissue, cellular structures, various proteins and evidence of DNA fragments' removes pertinent material to Ham's views or 2/ whether the removed clause violates WP:UNDUE or 3/ WP:COATRACK. Please address each question: 'No, Yes, Yes' in the case of the last editor for example. Cpsoper (talk) 22:59, 13 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:Joseph Kobzon

Should the Joseph Kobzon page mention his entry bans and removal of honorary citizenship, and his comments/activities leading up to that?

Hergilei (talk) 23:55, 12 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:Version 2.0

While accusing me in bad faith of tagging this statement, Lapadite77 believes the source he cited to support "...backed with innovative music videos" verifies that the music videos were in fact "innovative". I contend that it does not explicitly state or support this album's videos were "innovative". This discussion concerns WP:PEA and OR guidelines. Dan56 (talk) 05:38, 12 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:List of Robot Chicken episodes

This is not a properly constructed article, but simply transcludes the entirety of the articles Robot Chicken (season 1) through Robot Chicken (season 7). Should this article be a shortened summary of the episode listings, without the large amount of production detail (writers, etc.); or should the separate season articles simply be merged into this one?  — SMcCandlish ¢ ≽ʌⱷ҅ʌ≼  08:12, 10 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:Jemima Goldsmith

Should the infobox religion entry list Jemima Goldsmith (Khan) as both Judaism and Islam? -AngusWOOF (talk) 21:56, 8 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:Rosamund Pike

Should the lead section state the genre of the films she has appeared in, as set out in a WP:RS? It would look like this:

Rosamund Mary E Pike[1] (born 27 January 1979) is an English actress. She first came to attention for playing Bond girl Miranda Frost in Die Another Day in 2002. Her best known film roles include the romance film [2] Pride and Prejudice (2005), the spy spoof[3] film Johnny English Reborn (2011), the fantasy adventure[4] Wrath of the Titans (2012), the thriller[5] Jack Reacher, and the sci-fi comedy The World's End (2013). In 2014, she starred in David Fincher's psychological thriller[6] Gone Girl, which earned her over a dozen critics awards for Best Actress of the year and nominations for an Academy Award, a Golden Globe, a SAG Award, and a BAFTA Award.

OnBeyondZebraxTALK 01:22, 2 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:The Dark Side of the Moon

With this edit I corrected the UK release date of the album to March 16, citing an article in Billboard magazine as the source (see "EMI Offers Special Deal to Dealers") but it was reverted to the date Saturday, March 24. The Billboard article, in the March 24, 1973 issue, states:

EMI is to offer stock on a sale-or-return basis to selected dealers taking part in a $50,000 campaign on four albums released March 16. The four albums are: Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon," T. Rex's "Tanx," the Electric Light Orchestra's "ELO 2" and Roy Wood's "Wizzard Brew." Already 100,000 copies of the four albums have been sold even before the promotion.

The article very clearly indicates the album was released (past tense) on March 16 and even states a sales figure for the number of albums already sold.

While I see no reason to question the reliability and accuracy of this source, and it is sufficient in itself to cite the release date as March 16, I will offer further corroborating evidence. The Dark Side of the Moon entered the New Musical Express album chart dated March 24, 1973 (sales week ending Tuesday, March 20, 1973) at #4. This entry coincides with a release date of March 16 and, like the Billboard article, precludes the possibility of a release date of Saturday, March 24. The New Musical Express chart in the August 11, 1973 issue (shown here) shows The Dark Side of the Moon in the chart for 21 weeks, verifying the debut date in the March 24 chart (simply count back 21 weeks). For comparisons sake, below is a table showing other EMI albums with documented release dates and the corresponding debut dates that also appear in the August 11 chart.

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Talk:Azure

Should the namespace "azure" be changed from a disambiguation page [back] to an article specifically about the color?
  • I realize there was some discussion about this a few years ago on this very same talk page, but am concerned that the solution arrived at was suboptimal. I believe rather firmly that anyone typing the word "azure" into a search box is expecting to get taken (directly) to an article about the color, not to a disambig page that lists such things as titles of songs or magazines, cities in Canada, or types of barley. "Orange", for example, is different: there is the color and the fruit, and both are obvious and different (if related) meanings. Not so with "azure", which to most readers means the color first and foremost. In this case, it seems to make the most sense to make the search term "azure" point to an article about the color rather than a disambig page consisting of widely separated topics. Other's thoughts? KDS4444Talk 11:04, 1 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:Alejandro González Iñárritu

Should the lead paragraph state the genres of Mr.Iñárritu's films, based on WP:RS? OnBeyondZebraxTALK 23:53, 31 January 2015 (UTC)

Talk:Version 2.0

It is my contention that this revision by Lapadite77 does not improve the article, for the reasons I've outlined below in my comments. This is the current version of the section in question, after I tried to condense what was added accordingly. Dan56 (talk) 13:41, 31 January 2015 (UTC)

Talk:Black Cat (comics)



RFCs - Wikipedia style, referencing, layout and WikiProjects

Wikipedia talk:Naming conventions (films)

According to WP:NCFILM#Film series, “For articles on a series of films, the title of the article should be Series name (film series) or Series subject (film series).” Is the “series subject” alternative necessary when Wikipedia doesn’t seem to have any articles about nameless film series? Or if a series does not have a name, is it acceptable (i.e., not original research) for us to choose one ourselves (the “subject”) and present it as if it were the name, per the current guidance? —174.141.182.82 (talk) 10:10, 25 February 2015 (UTC)

Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Musicians

Should we use the colour scheme with dark blue at the top, or the colour scheme with red at the top? 4TheWynne(talk)(contribs) 05:10, 22 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:Lugansk People's Republic

At present, we use the title "Lugansk People's Republic" for this entity. The region of Ukraine is referred to as "Luhansk Oblast", and the city is referred to as "Luhansk". The city and the oblast are almost always referred to by their Ukrainian names, and Wikipedia naming conventions at WP:P-NUK and WP:UKROM dictate that those names should be used. It seems as if the People's Republic is another story, however, as it isn't clear if it falls into the scope of the guidelines on Ukrainian places. The claimed territory of the LPR does contain many Ukrainian speakers. As far as I can tell, they are less gung-ho on the Russian business than the DPR. Ukrainian is an official language of the LPR, along with Russian. Is there any real reason why this article should not be called the "Luhansk People's Republic", to match the articles on Luhansk and Luhansk Oblast? RGloucester 04:55, 22 February 2015 (UTC)

Wikipedia talk:Requests for comment

Could we please discuss different band timeline colour schemes and reach a consensus? Thanks – 4TheWynne(talk)(contribs) 04:29, 22 February 2015 (UTC)

Wikipedia talk:Manual of Style/Capital letters

This RfC discusses the merits of this change to the MOS. The change introduces three proposed exceptions to the general rule against using all capitals.

The proposed added text is:

  • All caps can be used when rendering quotations of texts (not headlines or proclamations) that use all capitals or small caps for effects, where removing it would constitute a significant change to the original author's style or intent.
  • In reference lists author names can be given in small caps, if a citation style is chosen that uses this feature.
    Example: Kipfer, Barbara Ann (2000). Encyclopedic Dictionary of Archaeology. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers. ISBN 0-306-46158-7. OCLC 42692203.
  • In Interlinear glossing of linguistic examples following the Leipzig glossing rules, small capitals can be used.

Respondents are requested to comment on three separate questions:

1. Whether it is a good idea to have additional exceptions for the deprectation of allcaps?
2. Whether each of the proposed exceptions are warranted, or if they should be modified, or if some should not be included?
3. Whether more exceptions should be added? User:Maunus ·ʍaunus·snunɐw· 20:51, 16 February 2015 (UTC)

Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Cities/US Guideline

In general, should an article about a U.S. unincorporated community that is a census-designated place begin:

1. "XXX is a census-designated place in YYY County..."

or

2. "XXX is an unincorporated community in YYY County..."

Toohool (talk) 04:31, 13 February 2015 (UTC)

Wikipedia:Village pump (policy)

We should probably get to the real issue before we change the text of the MoS. People opposing the new text here and at WT:MOS are split between "Don't change the text of the MoS because it is already perfectly clear that the MoS tells users to avoid the generic he" and "Don't change the text of the MoS because changing the MoS so that it tells users to avoid the generic he would be bad." (The "chairman" example was only ever here for balance.) The MoS, in its current form, leaves users divided regarding whether the generic he is already against guidance or not. Please answer with one of the following or equivalent (so long as you are clear about what you want to do and why):
AVOID
Change the text to tell users to avoid the generic he. (A) This is merely a clarification of what the MoS already says. (B) This is a change in guidance.
ALLOW
Change the text to specifically allow the generic he. (C) This is merely a clarification of what the MoS already says. (D) This is a change in guidance.
NO CHANGE
Do not change the text. (E) The MoS does not tell users to avoid the generic he, and it shouldn't. (F) The MoS already tells users to avoid the generic he, and it should. (G) Other.

We can talk about examples like "chair" and "firefighter" too but the non-hypothetical problem concerns the generic he. 22:30, 8 February 2015 (UTC)

Wikipedia talk:Manual of Style/Capital letters

Should the sentence at MOS:CELESTIALBODIES be changed

1. by adding "universe" so that the text reads:

The words universe, sun, earth, moon and solar system are capitalized (as proper names) when used in an astronomical context to refer to a specific celestial body ...

or


2. by adding "but not universe" and removing "as proper names" as below:

The words sun, earth, moon and solar system are capitalized (as proper names but not universe) when used in an astronomical context to refer to a specific celestial body ...

The text above, and the notifications and headings below were developed collaboratively at User:SchreiberBike/Workspace/Universe. SchreiberBike talk 00:16, 4 February 2015 (UTC)

Wikipedia:Village pump (policy)

The present text of the Manual of Style's guidelines on gender-neutral language is as follows:

Use gender-neutral language where this can be done with clarity and precision. This does not apply to direct quotations or the titles of works (The Ascent of Man), which should not be altered, or to wording about one-gender contexts, such as an all-female school (When any student breaks that rule, she loses privileges).

Ships may be referred to using either feminine forms ("she", "her", "hers") or neutral forms ("it", "its"). Either usage is acceptable, but each article should be internally consistent and employ one or the other exclusively. As with all optional styles, articles should not be changed from one style to another unless there is a substantial reason to do so. See WP:Manual of Style/Military history § Pronouns.


The proposed new text is as follows. Bold print indicates a change:

Use gender-neutral language where this can be done with clarity and precision. For example, avoid the generic he and prefer words such as "chair"/"chairperson" or "firefighter" to "chairwoman" and "fireman." This does not apply to direct quotations or the titles of works (The Ascent of Man), which should not be altered, or to wording about one-gender contexts, such as an all-female school (When any student breaks that rule, she loses privileges).

Ships may be referred to using either feminine forms ("she", "her", "hers") or neutral forms ("it", "its"). Either usage is acceptable, but each article should be internally consistent and employ one or the other exclusively. As with all optional styles, articles should not be changed from one style to another unless there is a substantial reason to do so. See WP:Manual of Style/Military history § Pronouns.

An editor at Wikipedia Talk:Manual of Style has proposed this new wording, and it has been introduced here so that the community can comment on whether it should be adopted. RGloucester 21:25, 1 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:War in Afghanistan (2001–14)

 :::Therefore, based on Fruit of the poisonous tree logic, IMHO the proposed move that ended on 29 January is invalid, and should be reverted.--RightCowLeftCoast (talk) 17:54, 31 January 2015 (UTC)


RFCs - Wikipedia policies, guidelines and proposals

Wikipedia:Village pump (policy)

This idea stems from a discussion at the harassment policy regarding the possibly offensive use of "stalk", "stalking", "stalker" when talking about people on Wikipedia. It was decided several years ago to mark the WP:STALK shortcut historical due to the potential for offending users, and since the change there has been a note there advising editors that it should not be used.

Many of you who have edited user talk pages in the past have seen the {{talk page stalker}} template used as a neutral indicator that a comment is not from the owner of the talk page but from someone else who watches the page. The template links to Wikipedia:Talk page stalker which explains the template's use, and there are several related templates and userboxes floating around the project for this purpose. Recently, User:NeilN created a new template {{talk page watcher}} to allow the use of a similar template without needing to use the terminology that some users find offensive (and others have stated they find confusing). That template has been nominated for deletiondiscussion and that seems to be resulting in a snowball keep, with several commenters saying they prefer the new template over the old. That indicates to me that there is consensus to adopt this change (stalker -> watcher) across the project, and I would like to test that here.

I propose that in the project-side context of an editor who participates in discussions on other users' talk pages ([formerly] a "talk page stalker"), "watcher" should replace or be preferred to "stalker" in any place it occurs on the project.

This proposal includes:

This proposal does not include changes to the existing {{talk page stalker}} template such as changing its wording or redirecting it to the new template - it is transcluded nearly 10,000 times and changes to it will break things. Some users will want to continue using those templates or won't know about this change - they should be discouraged but not forcibly prevented from using it.

Cheerfully submitted; Ivanvector (talk) 21:47, 25 February 2015 (UTC)

Wikipedia talk:Naming conventions (films)

According to WP:NCFILM#Film series, “For articles on a series of films, the title of the article should be Series name (film series) or Series subject (film series).” Is the “series subject” alternative necessary when Wikipedia doesn’t seem to have any articles about nameless film series? Or if a series does not have a name, is it acceptable (i.e., not original research) for us to choose one ourselves (the “subject”) and present it as if it were the name, per the current guidance? —174.141.182.82 (talk) 10:10, 25 February 2015 (UTC)

Wikipedia talk:Manual of Style/Capital letters

This RfC discusses the merits of this change to the MOS. The change introduces three proposed exceptions to the general rule against using all capitals.

The proposed added text is:

  • All caps can be used when rendering quotations of texts (not headlines or proclamations) that use all capitals or small caps for effects, where removing it would constitute a significant change to the original author's style or intent.
  • In reference lists author names can be given in small caps, if a citation style is chosen that uses this feature.
    Example: Kipfer, Barbara Ann (2000). Encyclopedic Dictionary of Archaeology. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers. ISBN 0-306-46158-7. OCLC 42692203.
  • In Interlinear glossing of linguistic examples following the Leipzig glossing rules, small capitals can be used.

Respondents are requested to comment on three separate questions:

1. Whether it is a good idea to have additional exceptions for the deprectation of allcaps?
2. Whether each of the proposed exceptions are warranted, or if they should be modified, or if some should not be included?
3. Whether more exceptions should be added? User:Maunus ·ʍaunus·snunɐw· 20:51, 16 February 2015 (UTC)

Wikipedia talk:Notability

In the Ahmad Keshvari deletion discussion, some folks seem to be suggesting that if Iranian media are generally deemed unreliable due to their strict control by the Iranian theocracy, it will entail an unacceptable systemic bias against Iranian subjects (such as "Ahmad Keshvari"). Is this the consensus-based view on Wikipedia? When faced with having to choose between reliability and the freedom from systemic bias, should we sacrifice the former for the sake of the latter?--Anders Feder (talk) 15:57, 10 February 2015 (UTC)

Wikipedia talk:Deletion process

Per the above, when deletion discussions have no comments what should the administrator do? Soft delete, keep, or some other action? Oiyarbepsy (talk) 21:04, 5 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:Ottendorfer Public Library and Stuyvesant Polyclinic Hospital

Many hospital articles contain a list of notable deaths, just as township articles contain lists of notable residents, and cemeteries contain lists of notable burials. See Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and Bellevue Hospital Center and Lenox Hill Hospital and Mount Sinai Hospital (Manhattan) and Beth Israel Medical Center just from the list of New York City hospitals I just peeked at. See Paramus, New Jersey for an example of notable residents, and Green-Wood Cemetery for an example of notable burials. The hospital where you die is in the lede of obituaries, so if the reference finds it important to state, shouldn't we have a list of them at the article for that hospital? Should this article exclude the list because it is on the National Register of Historic Places? Should this article exclude the list because it is about two adjacent buildings and the deaths occurred in just the hospital? Do we need to write an article just on the hospital? Is this the hospital referred to in the obituaries or are they referring to a different incarnation not using this building? What do you think? --Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ) (talk) 20:47, 4 February 2015 (UTC)

Talk:War in Afghanistan (2001–14)

 :::Therefore, based on Fruit of the poisonous tree logic, IMHO the proposed move that ended on 29 January is invalid, and should be reverted.--RightCowLeftCoast (talk) 17:54, 31 January 2015 (UTC)

Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Actors and Filmmakers

Should the notice instructing users not to use rowspan in filmography tables be maintained on the main page of this project?

[Note: struck-through comments and replies removed. Xaxafrad (talk) 06:12, 30 January 2015 (UTC)

Wikipedia:Requests for comment/Ban appeals reform 2015

Purpose

During the last discussion of reforming the Ban Appeals subcommittee (BASC) there appeared to be a rough consensus to change the way the subcommittee is structured, moving it away from a duty for active arbitrators. However, no consensus was reached as to what exactly the new committee might look like. This second phase is intended to complete the process of changing the subcommittee to some new form, or possibly to do away with it altogether.

Additionally, there is some concern that the Unblock Ticket Response System is experiencing issues involving backlogs of large numbers of requests with no merit, is simply replicating the on-wiki request for unblock process, and as such is suffering from a lack of interest.

Note that this discussion applies to the review processes for bans or long-term blocks imposed by administrators. It does not affect bans imposed by the Arbitration Committee or through a community based process such as discussion at WP:AN.

Proposals

Several proposals are presented below, each with a section for discussion. Users may support or oppose as many of these proposals as they wish, but should note that some proposals are mutually exclusive of one another. It is therefore suggested that users review all proposals before deciding which to support or oppose.

Anyone is free to add new proposals, but should carefully read existing proposals first. If you only wish to see a minor change to one of the existing proposals, the best way to do that is to just say in that proposal's discussion section instead of presenting it as a whole new proposal.

Just get rid of BASC

Review of email ban appeals have taken up a large amount of volunteer time with little benefit to the project. BASC is therefore permanently disbanded. Talk page appeals and WP:UTRS will be the only avenues of appeal.

Discussion of just get rid of BASC

  • Conditional support: I'd like to see some additional leeway for administrators to establish conditions attached to unblocks, which is currently the only advantage that the BASC system has over straight unblock request/UTRS request. What isn't necessarily obvious is that the vast majority of BASC appeals are decided by a single arbitrator as well, and many are automatically rejected because the user hasn't jumped through the right hoops. Risker (talk) 20:23, 29 January 2015 (UTC)

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