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- 1 WikiProject:REHAB update
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- 3 WikiProject Amusement Park Newsletter Special (July 2013)
- 4 Holiday wishes!
- 5 WikiProject Video Games Newsletter, Quarter 4, 2013
- 6 The WikiProject Video Games Newsletter, Q1 2014
- 7 Jlfarm03/Disney Vacation Club
- 8 18.104.22.168
- 9 Xbox One System Software
WikiProject Amusement Park Newsletter Special (July 2013)
Sent out on July 18, 2013.
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WikiProject Video Games Newsletter, Quarter 4, 2013
The WikiProject Video Games Newsletter, Q1 2014
Jlfarm03/Disney Vacation Club
Dear McDoobAU93, I have requeted for you to bring back my edit on what I did on Disney Vacation Club. On my Talk Page, You said not to add or edit anything to Disney Vacation Club because I have not been providing citations. On Disney Vacation Club, I added information to cancelled projects. I added information about Disney's Time Square Villas and Disney's Mountain Lodge. I had provided evidence for it that was listed below my edit. Thank You, Jlfarm03
- Tagging for future archival. --McDoobAU93 13:28, 27 April 2015 (UTC)
I take it this issue is ongoing, as in there were other IPs making the same claims in the past? If it is isolated to this IP, I would argue there's a chance we're looking at good-faith edits, as the rides they are writing about don't appear to be made up, but rather they do not exist in the parks they are claiming them to. I'm sure you've got this case down to a tee, but surely you can understand why I'm apprehensive about blocking when I don't know the full picture. — MusikAnimal talk 17:19, 7 May 2015 (UTC)
- As was noted in the AIV page, this has been going on for YEARS. There's a user in Japan who logs in every so often and begins posting that a given Disney attraction is to be removed from one park or added to another. No sources are ever added, and the user has been warned multiple times to not add this information. Their favorite target appears to be Pinocchio's Daring Journey, which has never even been suggested for addition to Magic Kingdom. When Disney makes an announcement, there's TONS of press coverage, so sourcing would be easy to find—if it were true. --McDoobAU93 18:36, 7 May 2015 (UTC)
Xbox One System Software
Hi McDoobAU93, this may be the wrong thing to do, if so sorry. If you are referring to the Miracast addition on the Xbox One System Software, the user must also download the 'Wireless Display' app in order to use it. I'm not sure if this app has gone live yet, as I had access to it via the preview program http://www.theverge.com/2015/4/22/8467611/xbox-one-miracast-support.
- Yes, I'm quite aware of the existence of the app, but as you just pointed out - quite correctly - the app is still in preview mode. Miracast support is NOT included in the public update that was released yesterday; if it was, it would have been listed in the list of updates/improvements that Microsoft publishes (and that we use as the basis for edits in this article) for each update. When Miracast support is indeed added, and it most likely shall be in short order, Microsoft will indicate it's included in that list. Based on its omission, we must assume it's still in preview mode. --McDoobAU93 19:02, 12 May 2015 (UTC)