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- 1 Rush - Permanent waves
- 2 Slade - Rate Your Music
- 3 List of Gibson players STEVE CLARK
- 4 Clapton
- 5 Notification: changes to "Mark my edits as minor by default" preference
- 6 Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents#Deftones
- 7 Please...
- 8 Nomination of George Street Middle School for deletion
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Rush - Permanent waves
Hello, I recently added the page of Rush's Permanent Waves album, saying that the lyrics to Different Strings were written by Neil Peart. You revised this edit, saying they were written by Geddy Lee. I just checked the CD booklet once again, but it really does credit the lyrics to Peart. Can I ask what you used as your source that those lyrics were written by Lee? Thanks. Pwh1992 (talk) 15:20, 18 January 2011 (UTC)
Slade - Rate Your Music
Hello, recently you deleted the comment on Slade's discography for the peak on rateyourmusic's album and singles chart. May I ask why these comments was unallowed? Thanks. Ajsmith141 (talk) 18:54, 11 January 2011 (UTC)
- The website you chose as a reference for that informations fails WP:RS. Only reviews/opinions from websites which are approved by the Wikipedia music project are allowed. These reviews/opinions must come from professional sources and not amateur polling sites. Hope that helps. Wiki libs (talk) 13:39, 12 January 2011 (UTC)
List of Gibson players STEVE CLARK
Man you again deleting steve from the list.
Have you at least take a second to see all new sources plus the old ones? I have find written articles by music journalist, articles from the gibson web page itself, a freaking video of freaking frank hannon saying about steve and gibson guitars. The lead is clear: 1) they are musicians with long careers who have a history of faithful Gibson use: checked 2) the particular instrument they used was unique or of historical importance: checked 3) their use of the Gibson model contributed significantly to the popularization of that particular instrument: checked
I have found many sources and explained on the discussion, some people agreed with me, and even I have notice several people tried to include him on the list.
What i really dont understand is people like: Elliot Easton, Matthias Jabs, Daron Malakian, Nikki Sixx, Alex Skolnick and John Sykes (he was supposed to be Steve Clark replacement after his death) are on the list and Steve is not, all they have similar entourage but even still Steve it is much representative as a gibson player.
Many of the names on the list have barely a source some of them haven't even a source like: Chet Atkins, Franny Beecher, Dickey Betts, Mick Box, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Carrie Brownstein, Jack Bruce, Buckethead, Sam Bush, Allen Collins, Reverend Gary Davis, Buck Dharma, Bob Dylan, Elliot Easton, The Edge, John Entwistle, The Everly Brothers, Tal Farlow , Peter Frampton , Ace Frehley, Freddie Green, Peter Green, Dave Grohl, Arlo Guthrie, Woody Guthrie,..... wow ok im tired but all in all you have some famous people here but according to the lead this people should be out of the list too because none of them has sources to back up the inclusion. you have 81 artists on the list without sources and you had not delete them?
Look for me is easy just revert your edit because i have the back up, but then you are going to delete it again so its going to start an edit war which i don't want do, I just want to know and expose all this matter and understand your point of view.
Why don't you have 5 minutes review all the documentation before deleting. Its hard for me keep pushing and find new sources when people like you delete my work in 5 seconds.--188.8.131.52 (talk) 02:26, 26 January 2011 (UTC)
- Heh. ScarianCall me Pat! 21:52, 28 January 2011 (UTC)
- I have to say, this is about 100x more thought-out than most of the posts made here asking Libs to unrevert something. --King Öomie 22:03, 28 January 2011 (UTC)
- weak? lol dude you are funny though, This CLEARLY give me the reason you have not even evaluate the sources or read any of it. since you dont have any back up, reason or fact to remove him I just going stop to "convince" or explain you anymore because neither videos or 100 plus sources will be enough for you. its like trying to explain a donkey the mass energy equivalence in figurative speech. Since wikipedia is an encyclopedia for all of us I just edit/remove from the list some players that has not citation. Since you only have eyes for deleting new additions you forgot to clean the list itself so its my duty cleaning up the list and make sure all players met the lead --184.108.40.206 (talk) 00:25, 10 February 2011 (UTC)
Thou shalt mind WP:TROLL before editing. The article has been around long before your attempts to fancruft it. please read all archived talk page discussions along with discussion on the reasons for the page in the first place which can be found at wp:guitarist. Wiki libs (talk) 17:01, 10 February 2011 (UTC)
The note for the image width of 220 was put in there quite some time ago by editors who identified a formatting issue. A 250px image does indeed alter the formatting of the infobox which also impacts the rest of the article if you look. I'm not going to edit it any further with regards to the anonip - just making a note to you about it is all. Srobak (talk) 17:30, 5 March 2011 (UTC)
- The 220 note is standard and is intended for uploads whose pixel width is less than that number. IE, if someone uploads a portrait that is only 100px wide. And then adds it to the template...WITHOUT specifying that the width is only 100px....then the template will default the pic to 220 and the result will be a grainy image. That is for "portrait" format only. For all landscape (or wide) formatted images....the field for landscape must be set to yes and the image width set to 250. Otherwise the result will be a box that is WAY too wide. The IP edit setting the image width to 250 was valid as it was setting the image to the proper width for landscape images. Hope that helps. Wiki libs (talk) 17:51, 7 March 2011 (UTC)
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Nomination of George Street Middle School for deletion
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