Talk:Chapin School

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this needs a disambig page, as there are at least three Chapin Schools. Manhattan, Princeton, and one in Connecticut somewhere, all three are independent and unrelated.ThuranX 15:55, 22 April 2006 (UTC)

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Listing non-religions such as "None" in the religion entries of infoboxes[edit]

There have been several RfCs on whether to list non-religions such as "None" in the religion entries (religion, denomination, religious affilliaton, etc.) of infoboxes:

Religion in the infobox[edit]

There have been several RfCs on religion in the infobox:

This RfC had a clear consensus for removing the religion parameter from the infobox for individuals (living, deceased, and fictional), groups, schools, institutions, and political parties that have no religion, but that RfC was determined by the closing administrator to not apply to nations.

This RfC had a clear consensus for removing the religion parameter for countries, nations, states, regions, etc., all of which were determined to not have religions.

This RfC was a response to certain individuals insisting that the previous RfCs did not apply to their favorite pages (schools, political parties, sports teams, computer operating systems, organized crime gangs...) and had a clear consensus that in all infoboxes in all Wikipedia articles, without exception, nonreligions should not be listed in the "Religion=" parameter of the infobox.

In this RfC, there was a clear consensus to remove the "religion=" and "denomination=" parameters from all biographical infoboxes, not just the ones that call atheism/agnosticism a religion.

There have been four RfCs on this, and all four showed the same overwhelming consensus. All of the RfCs also concluded that you are free to put a section about religion in the body of the article, subject of course to our usual rules such as WP:V, WP:RS and WP:WEIGHT. --Guy Macon (talk) 23:06, 16 August 2017 (UTC)

Did you really put a warning on my talk page about my one revert of this one particular thing? That's not an "edit war": that's the sort of thing you could have very easily pointed out directly on my talk page: "Hey, did you know there have been RFCs on this thing?" Esrever (klaT) 23:16, 16 August 2017 (UTC)
I owe you an apology. Please see the page history at Academy for Global Exploration and Chapin School to see where I became confused. (not an excuse, just an explanation). I have stricken the my comments on your talk page. Feel free to delete them. Sorry for the error. --Guy Macon (talk) 23:48, 16 August 2017 (UTC)
We all make mistakes. I appreciate you owning up to yours. Esrever (klaT) 00:06, 17 August 2017 (UTC)