Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Emo
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- Sort of. There's very little activity at the actual project pages (like here), but there are a handful of active members who keep an eye on the major related articles. --IllaZilla (talk) 06:43, 28 October 2011 (UTC)
Can someone move the Templates and Participants section from the sidebar (right) to the main section (left)? The layout looks really strange now with the main section being narrow and the side taking more room than it needs. (I was just going to edit it myself but the code looks complicated.) — (talk) 22:55, 1 January 2012 (UTC)
Hi guys. I'm writing from Wikimania 2013 in Hong Kong, and I was wondering if it's possible to do a project restart, where we continue what we already have here, but we restart certain parts of the WikiProject (such as assessment, project coverage and the like) from scratch. While WikiProject Emo in its current form has done very good work in the past, the fact that it's moribund today should give us a chance to assess what's gone wrong, what should we do about it, and how we can go from here (or there).
MetalBrasil and I, both big post-hardcore fans, talked about how we can revive the project, and how the project can expand coverage of emo/core acts on Wikipedia (e.g. many Rise Records bands don't have articles). I wonder if there are still people who are interested in rebooting the project so we can get it back on track somehow, and ensure that it's sustainable in the long run.
Hopefully this will start a very meaningful discussion on the future of the project, and I hope we can work towards expanding content on Wikipedia related to emo/screamo/core/etc. soon. :) --Sky Harbor (talk) 02:59, 11 August 2013 (UTC)