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Hey, Nick, I fixed your infobox on All My Babies' Mamas. The template was just fixing two right-aligned curly brackets at the bottom. Christinaster94 (talk) 02:09, 16 January 2013 (UTC) Thanks, Christianster Nick1372 (talk) 02:20, 16 January 2013 (UTC)
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- Unfortunately, I am not a part of WikiProject Comedy or WikiProject Fictional Characters. I'm really not supposed to grade it on their behalf. I could cheat a little and grade the Comedy one, but cannot do the same for Fictional Characters, as their grading system is slightly different. I'll put it up on both WPs for assessment, and if they're not answered in a reasonable amount of time, I'll just do it myself. Ok? Nick1372 (talk) 20:42, 24 May 2013 (UTC)
The American Baking Competition
If I may request that you'd be more polite in your edit summary. I didn't not change anything, it was announced as the French Pastry week on the show, and if CBS website wants to call it Patisserie, that is up to them, I put in what I see in the show. There was in any case no intention of using the show title when it was first done, it simply stating the theme for the week. I now see however that you had put in the title beforehand, but someone else had deleted it, and so I wouldn't know that this is what CBS website says. So please don't be rude about a good faith edit especially when I did not change what you put in, someone else had deleted it. Hzh (talk) 17:44, 4 July 2013 (UTC)
- I'm sorry if my comment was rude. I didn't mean to be. I had just assumed that the titles of the sections were only based on the titles of the episodes, as the others were all corresponding. I guess it could be interpreted either way. Anyway, I'm sorry for the misunderstanding.
- I think it would be better to just make it set in stone what the section headers are for. Would it be okay if I changed all six section headers to the episode titles (with quotation marks to signify that)? Then we could add the theme in the summary. The reader of the article would then get both information. Here's an example:
Episode 6: "Patisserie"
Episode six aired on July 3, 2013. Its theme was French pastries (sometimes called patisserie). These included tartes, Napoleons, and choux.
The tarte tatin was the signature bake. The contestants were required to complete it in two hours and fifteen minutes. For the technical bake, the bakers were required to make 4 Napoleons, using Paul Hollywood's own recipe, in two and a half hours. For the showstopper, the contestants had to make a choux tower in four and a half hours.
- Does this seem good to you?
- Again, sorry for the misunderstanding, and I hope we can resolve it without any bad feelings. Nick1372 (talk) 03:11, 6 July 2013 (UTC)
- @George Ho: There were three problems that made the article only a C class, and fixing them should be able to elevate it to B or higher.
- Referencing actually isn't the big problem here, but it would be nice to have additional referencing for the character section. If you could find episode recaps or something similar online, they would be very good. If all else fails, you do have the option to cite the episode itself.
- The sections don't exactly conform with the layout the Manual of Style suggests. That should be modified.
- The big thing is that the article should be expanded in general. There should be info on how the character affected the world and how the character was conceived. The aforementioned MOS can show you more.
- Hope this helps, Nick1372 (talk) 04:50, 3 August 2013 (UTC)
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