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Eurovision and Junior Eurovision articles[edit]

Hi there,

Its been noted that you've done a bit of alterations to page layout on Eurovision and Junior Eurovision related articles. You may not be aware that there are discussion on-going via the project talk page in regards to future manual of style for such articles. You may wish to take a look at the discussion, and input some suggestions for the rest of the project to consider. Many thanks, WesleyMouse 18:23, 10 June 2012 (UTC)

In response to your feedback[edit]

What are you confused about? By the way, nice contributions so far.

David1217 22:43, 10 June 2012 (UTC)

 

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Mr & Mrs.[edit]

Hi Ive noticed that you made some changes to the Mr and Mrs. Wikipedia page. i just wanted to let you know that some of those corrections are not necessary. There really is no need for a transmissions grid or the all Star Series especially, when there is already a grid for each series of the show. It is also not necessary to add Stephen Mulhern in the infobox as a host as he is only hosting 1 episode and a simple note on te bottom of the 4th series episode gid would suffice. The way that it is right now is fine the way that it is. Thanks!66.130.78.67 (talk) 18:41, 22 August 2012 (UTC)samusek2

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August 2013[edit]

Information icon Please do not add or change content, as you did to Lauren Harries, without verifying it by citing a reliable source. Please review the guidelines at Wikipedia:Citing sources and take this opportunity to add references to the article. Thank you. Bbb23 (talk) 22:25, 25 August 2013 (UTC)

The source for the song does not mention Harries by name. Speculation that the name used in the source refers to Harries is just that, speculation. The source for Big Brother is from 2007, not from 2013. Until you can find reliable sources that fully support the material, don't put the material back.--Bbb23 (talk) 22:27, 25 August 2013 (UTC)

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Question[edit]

You left the IRC before I got a chance to ask: is the blue on your userpage OK? And also, do you want me to change the pictures (and if so, what to). Thanks, Matty.007 16:19, 8 September 2013 (UTC)

You answered there, thanks. Matty.007 16:51, 8 September 2013 (UTC)

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Out of interest (and to limit the amount of Tb I have to send), are you watching the page? Thanks, Matty.007 18:15, 8 September 2013 (UTC)

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OK. It's not so much an issue on your talk page, but when you are commenting on talk pages, then you are meant to sign with four tildes, ~~~~ (the tilde is next to the enter bar, and above the shift). Thanks, Matty.007 18:27, 8 September 2013 (UTC)
I don't know if you've seen my latest message. Thanks, Matty.007 19:12, 30 October 2013 (UTC)

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Well done on swiftly dealing with this vandalism edit. Here's a barnstar as a sign of appreciation. Wes Mᴥuse 21:25, 1 December 2013 (UTC)

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Creation of galleries[edit]

Hello, thank you for your recent edits to Eurovision Song Contest articles. I notice that you have stripped several articles of all their images and then placed them in a gallery section. Miscellaneous image galleries at the end of an article are not permitted as per the guidance at WP:GALLERIES. Wikipedia is not an image repository and images should only be included to enhance other content - putting a random gallery of images at the end of the article does not achieve this objective. Image galleries belong on Wikimedia Commons and should be linked from articles using {{Commons}}. This issue has been previously discussed and consensus was that miscellaneous image galleries are not appropriate in "Country in the Eurovision Song Contest" articles. Please see Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Eurovision/Archive 5#Mass creation of galleries.

While being bold is good, I would strongly recommend that in future, before making mass edits to multiple article, you please declare what you are about to do so others can comment and resolve any issues, whether they are minor or major. For instance, I would have also pointed out that there is not such word as "photogallery" - that is two words. Wikipedia is very pedantic when it comes to grammar and spelling in articles. CT Cooper · talk 17:36, 6 December 2013 (UTC)

Hey CT Cooper, i was copying other article layouts (for example, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, Ukraine and United Kingdom).
The galleries are still in place on all those (with the section/s titled "Photogallery" for some reason) so thought i was helping out. Also that discussion was in November 2010, by only a few members including yourself, can't it be discussed again? Maybe consensus can change, some articles have pictures which cause blank spaces to form. I do understand grammar and spelling on here. Thanks for the advice. Sorry about this, Fort_esc (talk) 18:24, 6 December 2013 (UTC)
Image galleries were mentioned in June this year in a RfC, see Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Eurovision/Archive 10#RfC on the article layout of Eurovision Song Contest by country articles. Wes Mᴥuse 22:31, 6 December 2013 (UTC)
There's no need to apologise, Fort esc. Your edit was in good faith and you weren't aware of previous controversy on this issue. In fact, it looks like the one that didn't do their homework was me. Wesley has pointed to a discussion on galleries during the RfC, which occurred during my absence from the project when I wasn't paying attention. If I had of noticed I would have pointed out the 2010 discussion of the issue and the policy angle as well. I also wasn't aware that galleries had re-appeared in other articles - I still thought I had got rid of them all! Given the current suggestion, I think another discussion (presumably at WT:ESC) is a great idea and I believe we could come to a consensus. Possible compromises include simply copying the galleries to Commons and linking them from the articles, creating mini-galleries that's integrated into the article (i.e. satisfies WP:GALLERIES by having non-random captioned images mid-article), or a mixture of the two. For the moment, I will leave the galleries in place but with a note that even if I don't complain about them, somebody else eventually will, as miscellaneous galleries are controversial on Wikipedia. CT Cooper · talk 19:06, 7 December 2013 (UTC)
Yep, the galleries at that RfC were a weird topic, to be fair. Nobody could make their mind up, so I was bold and did my usual test version on a live article (Ukraine's to be exact) merely to give an example of what we would be looking at. The next thing you know, other articles got rolled out with galleries before anything was even decided upon. And I was disheartened at the lack of participation at the RfC too, despite my generous extension of 2 months (with RfC tag) and an extra 1 month without. It's as if nobody cares about RfC's these days, and then when things get changed all hell kicks off. And I got accused of hogging the RfC too. Can't help it if I like to be seen as engaging in active discussions and a highly active editor (even if things are going to be a little bit hectic for the next 12 months). I'll update you about it on your talk page Coop. Wes Mᴥuse 19:19, 7 December 2013 (UTC)
The RfC was actually pretty clear. The majority of the people who commented on this topic were seeking a limit to the amount of pictures on the article. You did an example of what a gallery would look like but even in your comment you were not too supportive of the idea. I think there was a fair amount of participation in the RfC but after the incident about the OGAE, there was less participation. Pickette (talk) 23:05, 7 December 2013 (UTC)

──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── Forgive me Pickette, but I am confused by what you mean? I never said the RfC was unclear, although I was referencing to the main point of the galleries issue which to be fair was a weird topic, as you pointed out, it went from one extreme to another. When I said lack of participation, I was again referencing to the galleries topic within the RfC, and not the entire RfC in general. As I have noted to Coop, I've found the culprit who has rolled out these galleries en-mass (an IP user who also opted for the "photogallery" phrase). So I'm waiting to see what Coop's view is on this, and what action (if any) needs to be taken next. Ideally I think the proposal made above about holding a debate at WT:ESC is feasible. But as most of us will be getting busier personally over the next couple of days, then it may be logical to postpone the discussions until the new year, and thus maximise our chances of mass-participation. Wes Mᴥuse 23:12, 7 December 2013 (UTC)

Could you please move this discussion away from my talk page? I apologise for my stupid mistake and, if required, will help rectify it. I will stick to small edits in the future! Thanks, Fort_esc (talk) 23:23, 7 December 2013 (UTC)
That was the aim Fort esc. Hence why I continued over at Cooper's so that you would not get bombarded with talk page updates. Not sure why Pickette came here, when they opened a debate at WT:ESC which is ideally where we should all be at now, regarding this topic. Nobody is blaming you for making mistakes though. We are all human, and prone to mistakes. It is what helps us learn knowledge. Please, don't feel disheartened or discouraged. Every contribution (even the mistakes) are always appreciated. Wes Mᴥuse 23:28, 7 December 2013 (UTC)

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As things are likely to get extremely busier over the next few weeks, I thought I take the time to post this now. All the best for 2014. Wes Mᴥuse 21:18, 8 December 2013 (UTC)

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DYK[edit]

If you could expand the two new articles you made by 600/700 characters, I could nominate them at DYK for you. (Just a thought.) Thanks, Matty.007 17:37, 14 December 2013 (UTC)

I was just about to tell you about them.. I can't expand on them any further until they begin airing (both in January 2014) or more information is released by Channel 4. I could copy the "Format" section and tables from the US cooking show but think it's abit too early for that. What would the DYK be? Thanks, Fort_esc (talk) 17:54, 14 December 2013 (UTC)
Phew. Got The Taste to about 1502, link to nomination later. Thanks, Matty.007 18:50, 14 December 2013 (UTC)
Linked at this page, but needs lay out fixing. Thanks, Matty.007 20:43, 14 December 2013 (UTC)
Thanks for fixing that, hate it when that happens. Matty.007 21:09, 14 December 2013 (UTC)

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UC names[edit]

Is it worth it that u can find the UC names for each game in Fort Boyard? There are still some I can't identify... Also, is it possible to reorder the phase one list alphabetically. phase two could use a table as well... Visokor (talk) 10:38, 26 December 2013 (UTC)

DYK for The Taste (UK TV series)[edit]

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That took a while... Matty.007 08:38, 4 January 2014 (UTC)

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Sport Relief 2014[edit]

Well done on some good work on the article, if you were able to get the article up to 1500 characters of readable prose it could be taken to DYK. Thanks, Matty.007 13:13, 22 March 2014 (UTC)

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Sockpuppetry notice[edit]

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Your new page review[edit]

Hi Fort esc, just to note that Comedy Playhouse (series 16) needs a tag saying it has no inline citations. Just something I happened to notice! Thanks, Matty.007 14:20, 5 May 2014 (UTC)

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WikiProject Eurovision Newsletter - Issue 40[edit]

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Eurovision Young Musicians[edit]

Hi Fort,

Just read your message at the CfD regarding country articles on Dutch Wikipedia. Do you happen to have a link for some of them, as it would be a great idea to use them and translate into English. This will now mean that we'd be able to make navigation templates for the respective countries - once the articles have expanded considerably of course. Wes Mouse 16:01, 16 October 2014 (UTC)

A barnstar for you![edit]

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A token of thanks for creating all the new country articles for Eurovision Young Musicians. Wes Mouse 18:03, 18 October 2014 (UTC)
Good work on creating all those new articles. I'm just sorting out the remaining templates for them, although I've just improved the style of the template, so I'll roll out the new version across all EYM articles. Only thing that is left to do is adding the country templates to any participant articles and tagging their respective talk pages with {{WikiProject Eurovision}}. Wes Mouse 14:37, 19 October 2014 (UTC)

WikiProject Eurovision Newsletter - Issue 42[edit]

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ABU Radio Song Festivals[edit]

We have a problem with the ABU Radio Song Festivals. They were originally a biennial event, but I see that this has now become an annual thing. The infobox for ABU Radio has been designed specifically to handle a two-yearly event. As you will see on the 2014 article, it gives links from 2012 and 2016 - it is impossible to get the template to switch from skipping backwards 2 years and forward 1 year. SO I think we need to hold off any further while I figure out a way to fix this issue. Wes Mouse | T@lk 19:00, 9 November 2014 (UTC)

I've sorted some fix for the template. I'm sorting out the complex side for the switch over between 2 to 1 year event. But from 2015 onwards Template:Infobox ABU Festival should work as normal and navigate annually for either Radio or TV. Wes Mouse | T@lk 19:51, 9 November 2014 (UTC)
I'm confused as to why you created a redirect for the article? Its just cause a problem when I went to save the article, as it was not in redirect mode at the time I was creating the article. Wes Mouse | T@lk 20:04, 9 November 2014 (UTC)
Oops sorry, i didn't realise you would be creating the article right now. Is there enough information? Fort esc (talk) 20:11, 9 November 2014 (UTC)
Yes, there is enough information to warrant an article. Take for example ABU TV Song Festival 2015, and Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2015 - they have enough information to warrant an article. There are sources to show that the 2015 Radio Festival will take place, and its location plus date of the festival. The only time we wouldn't create an article is if there is nothing to verify facts. Wes Mouse | T@lk 20:46, 9 November 2014 (UTC)
That fix I attempted on the infobox template backfired. It resulted in both the Radio and TV articles using the same TV participant map. How i have got around this now is by reverting the template back to Template:Infobox ABU TV and Template:Infobox ABU Radio. However, the radio one now skips annually, rather than biennially. For the 2013/2014 articles I've used a different method which has worked. So we're good to use templates as normal from 2015 onwards. Wes Mouse | T@lk 21:09, 9 November 2014 (UTC)

WikiProject Eurovision Newsletter - Issue 43[edit]

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Quality as standard: a few Eurovision articles have been nominated for FA status and one is promoted to GA.
Let Junior Eurovision battle commence!
Project membership breaks through the 100 barrier.

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WikiProject Eurovision Newsletter - Issue 44[edit]

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Review of 2014, and a look ahead to 2015.
Voting fraud from Turkmenistan and Bosnia-Herzegovina at Türkvizyon 2014
Udo Jürgens winner of Eurovision 1966 dies aged 80.

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A barnstar for you![edit]

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WikiProject Eurovision Newsletter - Issue 45[edit]

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Project Eurovision Cup launches 1 March.
Sources come under review with one now banned.
Assessment of articles.
Eurovision pre-selections are in full swing.

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Project Eurovision Cup[edit]

FortEsc, are you tempted to join in the Eurovision Cup, a competition that is just for fun, but with the aim to target articles that have been neglected that could be vastly improved? Wes Mouse | T@lk 18:41, 4 February 2015 (UTC)

I don't think so mainly because the objectives aren't those that i am skilled at currently, if that makes sense? However i'll think about it.. maybe join at a later date. Thanks, Fort esc (talk) 19:39, 4 February 2015 (UTC)

WikiProject Eurovision Cup - March 2015[edit]

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Neutral notice[edit]

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Eurovision Young Dancers 2015[edit]

Sorry about that edit summary. I was in mid-flow of a major expansion, and the edit conflict came up and I had to re-write it all again. Anyhow, I've done what needs to be done. Feel free to tweak it if necessary. Wes Mouse | T@lk 14:16, 10 March 2015 (UTC)

@Wesley Mouse: excellent work as usual. This source states that 15 member countries will take part. Can this be used? Also the country links on the main EYM/EYD pages go towards the ESC, how do we change the template (and keep the flags in place)? Thanks, Fort esc (talk) 15:49, 10 March 2015 (UTC)
That source is highly reliable, especially when the EBU chose Pilsen as the host city due to them also being the European Capital of Culture (to which that website if the official ECC website for the city). As for templates, perhaps having a look at (and maybe keeping a link on your main user page for future references) at Wikipedia:WikiProject Eurovision/Format and Guides will be helpful. Most of the templates require an additional code so that it instructs the link to direct to a specific page. Wes Mouse | T@lk 15:54, 10 March 2015 (UTC)
Ah, I see what you mean with the directing to ESC articles. Leave the template coding as it is for now. I had asked AxG to update them (see here), but he must have forgotten to add |x=Dancers and |x=Musicians to the template algorithm. I'll ping him a quick reminder; and then once they've changed, the templates will already be in place on the articles and won't require being re-input. Wes Mouse | T@lk 16:04, 10 March 2015 (UTC)
The template {{Esc}} has now been modified so that it allows us to use coding for EYD and EYM. Wes Mouse | T@lk 17:05, 11 March 2015 (UTC)

WikiProject Eurovision Newsletter - Issue 46[edit]

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  • Australia join the Eurovision family and will compete in Vienna.
  • • Project members urged to familiarise themselves with WP:BLP policies.
  • • Project templates have been revamped and renamed.
  • • Registration for the next Project Eurovision Cup opens.
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WikiProject Eurovision Cup - April 2015[edit]

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The winner of the first Project Eurovision Cup is Jjj1238, who achieved an outstanding 108 points. Androptrnt finished in second place with 30 points, and Moldova96 in third with 15 points.

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Eurovision Song Contest's Greatest Hits[edit]

FortEsc,

An idea for expanding content on Eurovision Song Contest's Greatest Hits. Seeing as we have to cite sources for verifiability, and there are no written sources to help verify if we were to mention the video montages that also appeared on the show, then we can use {{Cite episode}} instead. This should help us mention facts like the video footage that was shown before an entry, or the appearance of Lys Assia. Just thought I'd share the tip with you in case you wanted to expand the article with further details. Wes Mouse | T@lk 13:29, 4 April 2015 (UTC)

I've made a start in the participation section. The cite episode link is used, so any further usage of that may be done using <ref name=Eurovision60/>. Wes Mouse | T@lk 13:42, 4 April 2015 (UTC)

Editing The Crystal Maze[edit]

Hi Fort esc,

I am thinking of editing the article about The Crystal Maze with a citation from its IndieGoGo webpage, where all the information about its new comeback is held.

On the one hand, the IndieGoGo page contains relevant information concerning the playstyle of the new Crystal Maze, but it would also link users to a site that offers to exchange goods and services for money, which could boost the campaign's success.

Should I include this citation, or should I modify my entry and find another, more suitable citation from, say, a news website?

Thanks, 95StockM (talk) 19:21, 14 June 2015 (UTC)

Hello @95StockM: i was actually about to update the page today doing exactly the same.. i was going to use IndieGoGo and this article as it states how much the team hope to raise to fund the project. However you could use another news source if you wish. IndieGoGo should be fine to use but i'm not sure..
Thanks and welcome to Wikipedia, Fort esc (talk) 20:07, 14 June 2015 (UTC)
Hi again @Fort esc:, I have saved my edit, and you are quite welcome to make further changes (you found the article so it's only fair you get the credit).
Thanks again, 95StockM (talk) 21:20, 14 June 2015 (UTC)

WikiProject Eurovision Cup news[edit]

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The winner of the second Project Eurovision Cup is Moldova98, who achieved a score of 54 points. Androptrnt finished in second place once again with 40 points, and Sims2aholic8 in third with 16 points.

The third edition has begun and will run from 1 July to 30 September, allowing participants a reasonable amount of time to have their articles which they may have nominated for GA or FA status, to be reviewed. The aim of the competition is to help improve many of the articles within Project Eurovision that would have been otherwise left neglected, by carrying out as many objectives as possible. The more objectives you do, the more points you will earn. So have you got what it takes to be crowned winner of the next Project Eurovision Cup? Project members who wish to participate can now register or de-register at any time by clicking here.

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WikiProject Eurovision Newsletter - Issue 47[edit]

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Help![edit]

Ash, would you mind giving me a helping hand on sorting out some issues raised at Talk:Eurovision Song Contest 2015/GA1? I've responded to some points raised, and queried them. But I am currently in the process of trying to sort out moving house this week, and going to be extremely busy over the next few days. The reviewer has given me 7 days to address the points, and well, that is impossible when I'm moving this Friday and need to sort out clearing the current property. Cheers buddy. Wes Mouse  06:55, 22 September 2015 (UTC)

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Junior Eurovision pages[edit]

Fort esc, I have just cleaned up an entire mess of voting stats across all country articles for JESC. Jay-rd attempted to violate WP:NOTSTATSBOOK again by adding the entire voting patterns and original averages calculation too. I've reverted such content. However, upon inspection all of the voting history sections do not comply with the formatting and layout guides set by Project Eurovision. When you get a spare moment, would you be so kind as to check them all and rework them so that they follow the same layout as their ESC counterparts. Thanks. Wes Mouse  06:43, 16 April 2016 (UTC)

@Wesley Mouse: what exactly is the problem with the layout? I've had a quick look and can't see it. Thanks, Fort esc (talk) 08:59, 16 April 2016 (UTC)
Some for example, United Kingdom in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest#Voting history are in the correct layout. Whilst some like Bulgaria in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest#Voting history are slightly different. There is n uniformity in their style and layout. And some are out-of-date with the voting history.

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Hope the list helps. Wes Mouse  09:37, 16 April 2016 (UTC)

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Location maps on JESC articles[edit]

Fort esc, not sure if you were aware of this, but location maps are not required on the annual contest pages for JESC, unless of course there was a bidding phase to select the host city. If there was no bidding phase, then we just use an image of the venue. Wes Mouse  20:07, 6 August 2016 (UTC)

@Wesley Mouse: OK, thanks for letting me know. Fort esc (talk) 20:14, 6 August 2016 (UTC)

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JESC article restructuring[edit]

Hi Fort, hope all is well. Just a quickie really to seek opinion on some work I've been doing on [Country] in JESC articles. I've made a start on Albania for now, and if the improvements work better, then I am going to do the same across all of the other country articles. Before the extensive work the article looked like this. But after some hard source searching, I've managed to turn a poor stub into a glamorous C-class. Which if nobody has reverted my work, should still be intact as Albania in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. What do you think? Major improvement, or more work required? Wes Mouse  16:36, 24 August 2016 (UTC)

@Wesley Mouse: Good thanks, you? I think it's obvious that the article is much better than it was so feel free to do the other pages. Let me know if you need any help. Also, don't forget to add links to EYM, EYD and EDC articles. Talking about extensive work, i recently improved the remaining Young Musicians (following on from the layout you used for the first three) and all Young Dancers year articles. Could you take a quick look at them? Thanks. Finally, i'm not sure if your aware but the EBU also organised a Magic Circus Show between 2010 and 2012. Surely this should have its own article on the English Wikipedia? (There's a participation map for it in the Commons) Fort esc (talk) 18:42, 24 August 2016 (UTC)
Thank you for your valued opinion. If you wish to help improve the other articles, using the Albania one as a template, then you are welcome to help and it would be very much appreciated. Yes I had seen some work you had done, but only looked briefly at them. I shall have a proper good look and come back here to provide feedback, although I think they will be of high quality anyway, as your work is very high standard.
As for the Magic Circus Show; yes I was aware about that, and was meant to add something to the EBU article under the section about events they organise, but completely lost track and forgot to update it. However, whether they should have articles would depend on A) how notable the events are, and B) if there are a wide variety of independent sources in order to created annual articles and a parent article. If you can find any, then feel free to make a start on new articles. The EBU also have another new event starting next year called "Choir of the Year". There is a red link at European Broadcasting Union#Eurovision Choir of the Year, but I am struggling to find more sources in order to start on a parent article for the event. Wes Mouse  19:31, 24 August 2016 (UTC)
I have done a few more alterations to Albania's article which I think has given it more edge and readability. And applied that to Israel in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, and it seems to work and flow much easier on both articles. Wes Mouse  00:09, 25 August 2016 (UTC)
And we now have a new article, Kids Jury in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, which should have been done a long time ago. The Kids Jury has become a regular feature in the contest, and having the information on the main JESC article would just make it messy over time. Wes Mouse  06:20, 25 August 2016 (UTC)
Looks good but i can't find any mention of it on the main article. Fort esc (talk) 11:54, 25 August 2016 (UTC)

──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── The main article will eventually be the last article to improve, and then the Kids Jury will get noted within there. There way I've been doing these re-writes is work on the main article body for each country first. Once that has been improved, then the lead can be re-done to summarise the article. And then once all the countries are done, and their respective annual pages too (as some still don't have an annual page), then we will be able to work on the main JESC article, and pool together content from all country articles and rebuild the perfect main JESC article. The other articles are like the roots of a tree, and the parent JESC article is the tip of that tree. Start from the bottom at the roots, and work our way upwards. Makes the restructuring easier. Wes Mouse  15:59, 25 August 2016 (UTC)

Assistance with Serbia[edit]

Fort, could do with an extra set of eyes keeping a watch on Serbia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The article has come under extensive vandalism from multiple IPs over the last 18 months, and very extensive edit warring in the last 2 weeks, from 4 IP's and 1 user who have been adding very large chunks of content that was unsourced, poorly written (clear Google Translator edits), and excessive in statistical data, like the ones made in this edit. The Serbian article now looks like this after a major re-write. I would be truly greatful for the help in preventing further vandalism, and if it doe occur feel free to issue the editors with the most harsh of warnings ever known. Thanks. P.S. If you would still like to help with the re-write, then a list can be found here Wes Mouse  T@lk 20:27, 31 August 2016 (UTC)

Update[edit]

I've now expanded the list of articles that require restructuring at User:Wesley Wolf/sandbox/10, which now include countries at Turkvision and Bala Turkvision. I've also added details on what the restructuring exercise entails, and what we should be aiming for in terms of how each article will eventually look like. Thank you for the th help you have given so far. Regards, Wes Wolf Talk 21:09, 16 April 2017 (UTC)

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Draw Country Artist Song Language Place Points
01  Ukraine Mariya Yaremchuk "Tick-Tock" English 6 113
02  Belarus Teo "Cheesecake" English 16 43
03  Azerbaijan Dilara Kazimova "Start a Fire" English 22 33
04  Iceland Pollapönk "No Prejudice" English 15 58
05  Norway Carl Espen "Silent Storm" English 8 88
06  Romania Paula Seling & Ovi "Miracle" English 12 72
07  Armenia Aram MP3 "Not Alone" English 4 174
08  Montenegro Sergej Ćetković "Moj svijet" Montenegrin 19 37
09  Poland Donatan & Cleo "My Słowianie – We Are Slavic" Polish, English 14 62
10  Greece Freaky Fortune feat. RiskyKidd "Rise Up" English 20 35
11  Austria Conchita Wurst "Rise Like a Phoenix" English 1 290
12  Germany Elaiza "Is It Right" English 18 39
13  Sweden Sanna Nielsen "Undo" English 3 218
14  France TWIN TWIN "Moustache" French1 26 2
15  Russia Tolmachevy Sisters "Shine" English 7 89
16  Italy Emma "La mia città" Italian2 21 33
17  Slovenia Tinkara Kovač "Round and Round" English, Slovene 25 9
18  Finland Softengine "Something Better" English 11 72
19  Spain Ruth Lorenzo "Dancing in the Rain" English, Spanish 10 74
20   Switzerland Sebalter "Hunter of Stars" English 13 64
21  Hungary András Kállay-Saunders "Running" English 5 143
22  Malta Firelight "Coming Home" English 23 32
23  Denmark Basim "Cliché Love Song" English 9 74
24  Netherlands The Common Linnets "Calm After the Storm" English 2 238
25  San Marino Valentina Monetta "Maybe" English 24 14
26  United Kingdom Molly "Children of the Universe" English 17 40
1.^ The song is in French; however, there is one sentence in English and one sentence in Spanish.
2.^ The song is completely in Italian; however the last line was sung in English at the contest.

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Strictly[edit]

Thanks for fixing this, I kind of lost count. This is Paul (talk) 10:02, 12 October 2016 (UTC)

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Proposed deletion of Tokio Myers[edit]

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Unsourced content[edit]

Hi @Fort esc: Given Wes and I are attempting to bring Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2016 up to good article status, I'd like to ask about this edit. I've been searching all over the web for verification and I haven't succeeded. Could you please verify the content? Also, if you can verify anything else in the commentators section, it would be appreciated greatly. Thank you. — Tuxipεdia(talk) 08:32, 5 June 2017 (UTC)

This is a different matter, but are you able to provide a source for this edit, specifically the part about Bosnia and Herzegovina? I've scoured the Internet unsuccessfully, but perhaps you might be able to lend a hand. Cheers. — Tuxipεdia(talk) 21:48, 25 June 2017 (UTC)
@Tuxipedia: The sources for broadcast are 2006 (same for Andorra), 2008 and 2009. Fort esc (talk) 09:24, 26 June 2017 (UTC)
Cheers. You're a legend. — Tuxipεdia(talk) 09:31, 26 June 2017 (UTC)
By the way, thanks for the edit to my sandbox. You're welcome to make more of those whenever you like. I was mistaken because of the description on KiKa's lead. I should have checked the infobox which separates ZDF from the ARD constituents. Thank you. — Tuxipεdia(talk) 21:17, 27 June 2017 (UTC)
At the moment, I'm stuck with finding a source that expilicity states which broadcaster from Andorra was responsible for the 2006 broadcast. I would assume that it was RTVA, given that they are the only Andorran EBU member, but that doesn't guarantee anything. Please let me know if you find anything useful. — Tuxipεdia(talk) 03:02, 28 June 2017 (UTC)
There doesn't seem to be any source that says RTVA was the broadcaster. However this says Andorra, amongst others, showed interest to participate in 2004. Fort esc (talk) 12:00, 28 June 2017 (UTC)

A barnstar for you![edit]

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You are receiving this barnstar in recognition of your efforts on pages which would otherwise probably be quite neglected, such as Eurovision Choir of the Year 2017. Also, it's worth thanking you for sticking around so long and always being responsive and helpful. — Tuxipεdia(talk) 20:21, 15 July 2017 (UTC)
Apologies for the edit. I fixed typos on what seems to have been an old revision. I need to be more careful in future. — Tuxipεdia(talk) 06:53, 17 July 2017 (UTC)

EASC 2018[edit]

"The four countries so far are sourced here: https://eurovoix-world.com/three-cities-interested-hosting-eurovision-asia/)" Hi, I did misget it a bit earlier! Sorry! WikaysAny questions? 12:19, 20 August 2017 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Wikays (talkcontribs)

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