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November 2009[edit]

Welcome to Wikipedia. Although everyone is welcome to contribute constructively to the encyclopedia, your addition of one or more external links to the page Bitch (band) has been reverted.
Your edit here was reverted by an automated bot that attempts to remove links which are discouraged per our external links guideline from Wikipedia. The external link you added or changed is on my list of links to remove and probably shouldn't be included in Wikipedia. I removed the following link(s): http://www.myspace.com/bitchmetal (matching the regex rule \bmyspace\.com).
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File source and copyright licensing problem with File:Damnation alley 4 5.jpg[edit]

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Articles for deletion nomination of Esther's Diary (film)[edit]

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inre Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Esther's Diary (film)[edit]

The concerns at the AFD needed addressing, as we really cannot use IMDB or youtube or the company's own website or its press releases as references. But even without those references, I was still able to create an decently encyclopedic article... but under the film's original name. As the film had its initial release and set of awards and reviews under the name Forgiveness, that is the name best to be used... with contextual mention of the newer release and name as a sort of "director's special edition". See User:MichaelQSchmidt/workspace/Forgiveness (2008 film). What I think will best serve is for me to use my test article as the basis to edit the existing article, and then to suggest at the AFD that as concerns have been addressed, the article can be "moved" to Forgiveness (2008 film). This preserves the histories and GFDL, sets a better version in mainspace, and leaves a redirect of Esther's Diary as a reasonable search term. Then, as the director's cut hits more festivals, gets more awards, and more coverage, such can be included in the revamped article. It just should not be so spammy. What'cha think? --Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 22:13, 18 July 2010 (UTC)

Articles for deletion nomination of Bonnie Orr[edit]

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Nomination of Deeper and Deeper (film) for deletion[edit]

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User sub-pages...[edit]

Are you aware that you can build articles in a user workspace, tweak them to perfection, and seek input about their quality from helpful editors, before turning them loose in mainspace? Or if an article is found wanting, you can always request userfication to a userspace to continue work? You have some great ideas, but if you begin them out of mainspace, they can be as strong as possible before being presented to the world. You can begin with a few like these (links turn blue when content added)...

User:Keyboard warrior killer/sandbox/Gary Glitter's Gangshow (1988)
User:Keyboard warrior killer/sandbox/Corruption.gov (film)
and User:Keyboard warrior killer/sandbox/Alex Harvey discography

Its just like creating an article in mainspace as you have... but OUT of mainspace... so they are not judged as "wanting" before all issus are addressed. THEN its time for mainspace, and the move is easy.

And you can always ask the closer of the Bonnie Orr AFD to userfy it to you at User:Keyboard warrior killer/sandbox/Bonnie Orr so you can keep working on it... specially as only one editor commented at that AFD. Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 19:50, 10 September 2010 (UTC)

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Deeper and Deeper (film)[edit]

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Explaining Reversion[edit]

Hiya. I reverted your edit on Eureka, California because of lack of notability. Ellin Beltz (talk) 21:47, 1 January 2013 (UTC)

Everything gets reverted for lack of "notability". If Brian Ladd is not notable enough, that I can see. If The Psyclones are not notable enough, that I can see. But Blackhouse has a long running reputation going back to the 1980's. They are notable as the very first Christian industrial band and have influenced many artists within the industrial genre that came after them. And they are based in Eureka. Keyboard warrior killer (talk) 00:22, 2 January 2013 (UTC)
Perhaps if your edits are getting reverted for lack of notability, it is time to read up on the process. Even though the links above in your welcome note include the pathways to get to these sections, I have included a few hot links for you here. Ellin Beltz (talk) 01:41, 2 January 2013 (UTC)
For Biographies of Living People:
Regarding the two named musical entities to which you refer:


WP:ENT Actors, voice actors, comedians, opinion makers, models, and celebrities:
 *Has a large fan base or a significant "cult" following.
 *Has made unique, prolific or innovative contributions to a field of entertainment. 
WP:MUSICBIO A musician or ensemble (note that this includes a band, singer, rapper, orchestra, DJ, musical theatre group, instrumentalist, etc.) may be notable if it meets at least one of the following criteria:
 *Has been the subject of multiple, non-trivial, published works appearing in sources that are reliable, not self-published, 
  and are independent from the musician or ensemble itself.[note 1]
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  of print media, and television documentaries...
Blackhouse counts as notable under all of these criteria.
I am not Brian Ladd, and don't work for him, but I do happen to be a longtime fan of Blackhouse, which is how I know about Eureka, CA to begin with. Much of Blackhouse's coverage was in print magazines in the 1980's and 1990's. How do I provide proof of notability so that either Brian Ladd or Blackhouse is included in this list?

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February 2015[edit]

Information icon Your recent edit to List of baroque pop artists appears to have added the name of a non-notable entity to a list that normally includes only notable entries. In general, a person or organization added to a list should have a pre-existing article before being added to most lists. If you wish to create such an article, please first confirm that the subject qualifies for a separate, stand-alone article according to Wikipedia's notability guideline. Thank you. — Rhododendrites talk \\ 14:04, 26 February 2015 (UTC)

  • Explain to me please why you did not also take down the mention of The Byrds as Baroque Pop, as they are not sourced. Also, why did you leave all of those recent artists in that are not sourced? I have left a message in the article's talk section explaining why I think it's important that non-notable artists be allowed to be put up if they can be sourced as baroque pop elsewhere. People come to Wikipedia expecting a large list of artists that they can use as a resource for discovery. Removing lesser known artists because they are lesser known runs counter intuitive to this discovery process. Let's face it, a minor artist from the 1960's is likely to have fallen through the cracks in 45 years time and therefore would not be notable in Wikipedia today. But why should that mean that their work can't even be listed in the very genre it played a role in?--Keyboard warrior killer (talk) 05:19, 28 February 2015 (UTC)
    • By the way, I will accept New Trolls as not being Baroque Pop because it cannot be sourced; that is fine. For whatever reason, the handful of blatant baroque pop songs that they did (e.g. "Io che ho te" from 1971) have never been called such for who knows what reason; probably because they are usually associated with progressive rock and general Italian pop.

Hi. Just to clarify, the sourcing only has to exist at the artist's article or on the list. That said, it's certainly possible others on the list do not meet that criteria. It's true that new changes to articles/lists on Wikipedia are likely to be more closely scrutinized than those that have been there for a while. But that doesn't mean those other entries shouldn't be removed -- if there is indeed no source justifying their inclusion, you're more than welcome to do so. I'll respond to the other part on the article talk page. --— Rhododendrites talk \\ 18:22, 28 February 2015 (UTC)

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Robbie Robertson[edit]

It's impossible that Robbie Robertson's "Birth Name" (the title of the infobox field) was "Jaime Royal Robertson" when his mother hadn't married James Patrick Robertson at the time of his birth.
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  • Hi there Ulmanor! Thanks for connecting with me about this. I've been talking with the Robertson family (i.e. Robbie's kids) and they have talked to me extensively about their and Robbie's shared concern about the portrayal in Wikipedia and elsewhere of Robbie's birth name; apparently this has been a pretty frustrating issue for them. To the best of my knowledge, the claim that Robertson was born with the last name Klegerman comes from the book Whispering Pines (2009) by Jason Schneider, and this was published in Wikipedia and then repeated elsewhere because it was in Wikipedia. But according to Robbie and his kids, this information is incorrect. If you look at the bio on Robbie's official website and in the book Rock and Roll Highway (2014), the latter a children's book about Robbie that his son Sebastian wrote about him, both of these sources state in no uncertain terms that his name is Jaime Royal Robertson. That said, I do agree that neither says he was "born" with that name, so that makes it a little more difficult. My understanding is that Robbie is going to explain that his birth name is Jaime Royal Robertson, and explain how it happened that his biological father was named Klegerman but his birth name is Robertson, in his autobiography Testimony, which is coming out in November. I've been asked to keep the way this happened quiet for now, but I will say that there is one highly unlikely but plausible way that it can happen, and amazingly enough, it did indeed happen. What I'm thinking we could do to make everyone happy for the time being is follow the suggestions suggested recently by TheScotch in the Robbie Robertson talk page, and then after Robbie goes public with the full information in the Testimony book, we will use the birth name info as presented therein here in Wikipedia. If it continues to be an issue after Testimony comes out, I will talk to Robbie's family and management and see about having them put up a dedicated page on Robbie's website explaining this issue. I sure hope this explanation helps, my friend. I understand you wanting to get the right info up and I definitely do too. Please let me know that you got this info if you can, and I hope this will be a fair compromise. Keyboard warrior killer (talk) 16:32, 7 June 2016 (UTC)
  • Thanks for reaching out with such a thorough explanation, User:Keyboard warrior killer. I see how this could be a sensitive subject for him as it regards his self-identity. While I usually operate under the philosophy of "Get it right, no matter whom it may offend," I think the solution currently worked out on the Talk Page is a good one, and I'll refrain from further reversion. It'll be interesting to read Testimony, especially vis-à-vis This Wheel's on Fire. I'll keep an eye on the Talk Page. Thanks again.
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Re: Daniel Davies[edit]

Hi. Thanks for clarification on my talk page. I thought it might be the case that you had the article ready, but you should add the wikilinks after the article is created in future. No harm done, so it's all good :) Andre666 (talk) 18:55, 18 October 2016 (UTC)

Thanks Andre! Good idea; I appreciate the tip and I will try to do that in the future. Keyboard warrior killer (talk) 21:45, 18 October 2016 (UTC)

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Hi, the article is very good now. Have moved it to C class on the bio project, I'm not qualified to assess for B class or good article or to assess for its other projects so its probably best you enquire at the help desk, thanks Atlantic306 (talk) 19:09, 29 June 2017 (UTC)

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