Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Comics/European comics work group
|WikiProject Comics / European||(Rated Project-class)|
|To-do list for Wikipedia:WikiProject Comics/European comics work group:|
- 1 The Smurfs
- 2 Hungarian comics
- 3 Guideline on translations
- 4 Italian comics stub
- 5 Changes to the WP:1.0 assessment scheme
- 6 Wikipedia 0.7 articles have been selected for European comics
- 7 Article alerts
- 8 Does your WikiProject care about talk pages of redirects?
- 9 Sources in FURs
- 10 WP 1.0 bot announcement
- 11 The Adventures of Tintin
Everyone is invited to comment and amend my proposal for a total rework of (current B-class article) The Smurfs, as described on Talk:The Smurfs. Aim is tio make it certainly a better article and if possible a Good Article or a Featured Article (and yes, it is ironic that it has to be a better article before it can be a good article :-) ). Fram (talk) 13:48, 25 January 2008 (UTC)
Hi! I'm working on an article about Hungarian comics. The text is almost finished (or at least, I think it is...:)), but I still need to work on pictures, etc. If someone has any advices, comments, I would happy to hear. I added the Comicsproj to the discussion page (without ratings of course) - I hope I didn't mess up... Zoli79 (talk) 23:27, 1 February 2008 (UTC)
Guideline on translations
In the past few weeks I discovered, that the translations of Eu comics are handled with different weight. On XIII (comics) each language has its own subchapter (before I edited it today, English and Portuguese were at the same hierarchical level), on Blueberry (comics) one sentence deals with the whole matter (in its talk page we discussed if more is needed at all). And on some other pages nothing is mentioned about translations. I think a consensus would be needed here. I guess everyone agrees on English translations deserving larger attention here on the English WP. But how deep should we deal with other languages? Are detailed English translation bibliographies needed? --Zoli79 (talk) 16:50, 18 March 2008 (UTC)
Italian comics stub
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Wikipedia 0.7 articles have been selected for European comics
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Sources in FURs
Right now I'm going through Category:Comics images lacking original published source and sorting the images by work group. The European related images are at Category:Comics images lacking original published source/Euro.
If it's ok, I'm going to ad this clean up to the "to do" list.
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The Adventures of Tintin
Greetings fellow European Comics Wikipedians. Some of us would like to see The Adventures of Tintin actually deserve it's FA status. I would be honored if you took a look at the To Do list over at Talk:The Adventures of Tintin. —Prhartcom (talk) 17:00, 2 June 2013 (UTC)
And I would be honored if you took at look at Wikipedia:Featured article candidates/Tintin in Tibet/archive1, but actually I don't think anyone's here. Prhartcom (talk) 15:15, 11 August 2014 (UTC)