- 1 Welcome from the Opera Project
- 2 License tagging for Image:La mamma-morta---Andrea Chenier-Umberto Giordano---Antonietta Stella---1955.ogg
- 3 Minimal stubs
- 4 Regarding "said" vandalism on Soprano webpage
- 5 Opera definition
- 6 19th Century Opera
- 7 List of notable sopranos
- 8 ArbCom elections are now open!
Welcome from the Opera Project
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License tagging for Image:La mamma-morta---Andrea Chenier-Umberto Giordano---Antonietta Stella---1955.ogg
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Hi. I've had much time recently to look at sopranos, but I see you are creating some stubs - on some worthwhile singers. May I suggest that you create stand-alone stubs with enough detail to be viable as Google-lookups? With a singer that means dates, sources and a least some note of why they are important. Otherwise there is a danger that they will just be deleted, not by me - I'm not going to delete Tucci, Frittoli and Devia - but by one of the resident rule-enforcers. If you want to develop the articles slowly that's fine but you can do that on your own user page/sandbox without any danger of deletion. OK? -- Kleinzach 04:16, 1 June 2007 (UTC)
Regarding "said" vandalism on Soprano webpage
Hello, this is EmilyGreene1984. I would like to say that I have not nor had any intention or design to commit "vandalism" on Wikipedia or any of its associations. I was merely trying to correct some of the information that was already posted on the said article or any other said article on Wikipedia. Not to make any excuse, but I admit I do not have alot of experience using Wikipedia and lately, with my busy schedule, I haven't had the time really to go over all the details concerning it. I'm very sorry, if my corrections (which were made in good faith and from reliable sources), have caused any trouble or problems. Sincerely -- EmilyGreene1984 07:08, 5 June 2007 (UTC)
Please take a look. I have Folantin's approval of the new language. Please weigh in at the talk page. -- Ssilvers 13:26, 8 June 2007 (UTC)
- Hi. I'm still waiting for your input on the proposed language. Do you approve it, have an alternative, or would you rather stick with what is there now? Please respond on the Opera talk page. Thanks! -- Ssilvers 01:46, 12 June 2007 (UTC)
Thanks for the response. Yes, I did put in the new language, but I want everyone to be happy, as far as anyone can be happy with compromise! :-)
I left you a question re: your last comment. Best regards, -- Ssilvers 02:56, 12 June 2007 (UTC)
19th Century Opera
You did a very efficient job of fixing the 19th century summary. It makes a lot more sense now. Thanks! -- Ssilvers 03:25, 13 June 2007 (UTC)
I wonder if you removed the listcruft tag? If so, I wonder if you could explain your point of view on the Talk page? I see the page still doesn't have any explanation of what it's supposed to be for. As you will know other similar pages are redirects to categories. -- Kleinzach 08:37, 2 July 2007 (UTC)
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