Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Film/German cinema task force
- 1 Changes to the WP:1.0 assessment scheme
- 2 Wikipedia 0.7 articles have been selected for German cinema
- 3 Article alerts
- 4 Wikipedia:Article Incubator/List of German actors (from 1895 to the present)
- 5 Annemarie Düringer
- 6 WP 1.0 bot announcement
- 7 Unreferenced living people articles bot
- 8 New articles related to German cinema of the 1930s
- 9 VHS and DVD versions of Jud Süß (1940 film)
- 10 List worth maintaining ?
- 11 Women's History Month is in March
- 12 DVD cover image?
Changes to the WP:1.0 assessment scheme
- The new C-Class represents articles that are beyond the basic Start-Class, but which need additional references or cleanup to meet the standards for B-Class.
- The criteria for B-Class have been tightened up with the addition of a rubric, and are now more in line with the stricter standards already used at some projects.
- A-Class article reviews will now need more than one person, as described here.
Each WikiProject should already have a new C-Class category at Category:C-Class_articles. If your project elects not to use the new level, you can simply delete your WikiProject's C-Class category and clarify any amendments on your project's assessment/discussion pages. The bot is already finding and listing C-Class articles.
Please leave a message with us if you have any queries regarding the introduction of the revised scheme. This scheme should allow the team to start producing offline selections for your project and the wider community within the next year. Thanks for using the Wikipedia 1.0 scheme! For the 1.0 Editorial Team, §hepBot (Disable) 21:54, 4 July 2008 (UTC)
Wikipedia 0.7 articles have been selected for German cinema
Wikipedia 0.7 is a collection of English Wikipedia articles due to be released on DVD, and available for free download, later this year. The Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team has made an automated selection of articles for Version 0.7.
We would like to ask you to review the articles selected from this project. These were chosen from the articles with this project's talk page tag, based on the rated importance and quality. If there are any specific articles that should be removed, please let us know at Wikipedia talk:Version 0.7. You can also nominate additional articles for release, following the procedure at Wikipedia:Release Version Nominations.
A list of selected articles with cleanup tags, sorted by project, is available. The list is automatically updated each hour when it is loaded. Please try to fix any urgent problems in the selected articles. A team of copyeditors has agreed to help with copyediting requests, although you should try to fix simple issues on your own if possible.
We would also appreciate your help in identifying the version of each article that you think we should use, to help avoid vandalism or POV issues. These versions can be recorded at this project's subpage of User:SelectionBot/0.7. We are planning to release the selection for the holiday season, so we ask you to select the revisions before October 20. At that time, we will use an automatic process to identify which version of each article to release, if no version has been manually selected. Thanks! For the Wikipedia 1.0 Editorial team, SelectionBot 22:35, 15 September 2008 (UTC)
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I just incubated this article, but have little interest in thse subject. Any assistance on this article would be appreciated. Does anyone in this project know an editor who is a big fan of German cinema who maybe interested? Please let them know. Thanks. Ikip (talk) 15:21, 4 December 2009 (UTC)
I saw that this was on your want-list; I've gone and stubbed it because she was in a film I watched not too long ago. Just thought I'd alert you in case you'd like to expand it. --Ser Amantio di NicolaoChe dicono a Signa?Lo dicono a Signa. 19:01, 9 January 2010 (UTC)
WP 1.0 bot announcement
This message is being sent to each WikiProject that participates in the WP 1.0 assessment system. On Saturday, January 23, 2010, the WP 1.0 bot will be upgraded. Your project does not need to take any action, but the appearance of your project's summary table will change. The upgrade will make many new, optional features available to all WikiProjects. Additional information is available at the WP 1.0 project homepage. — Carl (CBM · talk) 03:21, 22 January 2010 (UTC)
Unreferenced living people articles bot
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Thank you. Okip 02:47, 28 March 2010 (UTC)
Over the last month, I have created a number of new articles based on (admittedly wretched) translations of the German Wikipedia articles. I would like to enlist the help of those with a better command of German than mine to improve these articles related to German cinema of the 1930s.
Any help in improving the translation or expanding these articles would be much appreciated.
VHS and DVD versions of Jud Süß (1940 film)
I am working on getting Jud Süß (1940 film) up to FA status. The following text has been flagged as unsourced:
The film has been available for sale on VHS in the United States at least since 1983 (the copyright date on a commercially marketed video cassette). In 2008, a digitally restored subtitled DVD became generally available online with commentary by film historian Eric Rentschler.
The DVD is available through Amazon but the Amazon online catalog is not really the ideal source for the above text. I'm pretty sure that the supporting info I need can be found in Shell Shock Cinema: Weimar Culture and the Wounds of War; by Anton Kaes but the relevant pages (pp. 256-258) are not available via Google Books preview. Can anyone help?
List worth maintaining ?
Women's History Month is in March
Hi everyone at WikiProject German cinema!
Women's history month is around the corner, in March, and we're planning the second WikiWomen's History Month.
This event, which is organized by volunteers from the WikiWomen's Collaborative, supports improving coverage about women's history during the month of March. Events take place both offline and online. We are encouraging WikiProjects to focus on women's history related to their subject for the month of March. Ideas include:
- Improving coverage about German women filmmakers, actors, directors, producers, and executives
- Developing content about women owned German film businesses
DVD cover image?
I'm fairly new contributor to wikipedia and have a question about adding an image to an article on German film. I wanted to add an image to Der Verlorene, one of my personal favorites, but I don't really know the legal guidelines for images. Would the cover of a DVD copy (from a website) be covered under fair use? I also have some images copied from original 1951 German newspapers (articles and advertisements) that I previously used in my dissertation. They are admittedly poor quality printouts from microfilm, but there might be fewer legal issues with using those. Would those be better? What exactly are the guidelines for using images from films or advertisements of films? --TheCookTravels (talk) 00:40, 22 February 2013 (UTC)