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December 2013[edit]

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I've just read the article right before I received your message anyway. Sucks that I've spent more than 2 hours on this before receiving any notice. WW

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Bolding of roles in VA articles[edit]

Hello. I just reverted your changes to two articles in which you bolded some of their roles. (Tomokazu Sugita and Jun Fukuyama) This format has been deprecated since this discussion. If you bolded roles in any other articles, please revert them by yourself. Happy editing. HigherFive | 23:29, 13 December 2013 (UTC)

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For working on Japanese voice actors. All the best, Rich Farmbrough, 21:59, 12 April 2014 (UTC).

April 2014[edit]

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A suggestion on how to improve voice actor articles[edit]

Hi. I see you are interested in improving Japanese voice actor and actress articles on Wikipedia. However, rather than simply copy & pasting listings from ANN, which in case you didn't know is not actually considered a reliable reference source for Wikipedia articles, could you perhaps instead consider being more selective and actually try and find reliable sources for the information you are adding? That would make Wikipedia a much more valuable reference source, rather than simply turning it into a mirror of ANN. I see you have been editing here for a few years now, but please take the opportunity to re-read the guidelines relating to articles about living persons at WP:BLP, and make a greater effort to provide reliable sources. I really hope you can make the effort. Thanks. --DAJF (talk) 08:38, 17 April 2014 (UTC)

First of all, I want to clarify that all of my editing on Wikipedia has nothing to do with ANN and thus is NOT a 'copy & pasting listings from ANN' editing action. Secondly, I understand the point being made and will try to comply with the regulations as best as I can; however I must also raise the question that if such un-'reliable' and un-'selective' method was not permitted in the first place, why is EVERY page about Japanese voice actors and actresses here in wikipedia following the same structure? As far as I can see, ALL of those pages consist of listings of works, AND there aren't any more than 5 sources listed in each page most of the time. Why isn't there anything being done to all those pages? It feels like my editing is the only thing being targeted at the moment, while I was simply following the existing preceding trend. Please consider this as well, and I would really appreciate it if this somewhat injustice could be better resolved. --Worldlyo 0wisdom (talk) 09:57, 17 April 2014 (UTC)
Thanks for responding. If the information is not from ANN (which is good news), can you please include a link to the source you used in future when you add details to the articles? That will help other editors (and readers) verify the information added, something that is necessary for Wikipedia articles. I'm sorry you feel that your editing is being targeted, but that may be because you have edited a lot of similar voice actor articles recently. I know I and other editors have pruned unsourced stuff from a lot of other similar articles, which I don't think you have been involved in, so it's not something exclusive to you. I agree that there are certainly a lot of poorly written and poorly sourced articles out there, but that doesn't mean we can just add to that number (See the essay "WP:Other stuff exists" on the subject). If you are focusing your attention on voice acting articles and come across one that don't conform to the basic guidelines (e.g. regarding "Wikipedia:Verifiability" and also "Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Lists of works", then please get stuck in and prune the unsourced trivia and add sources where you know they are available. That is what the articles really need more than anything right now. Thanks for any help you provide. --DAJF (talk) 14:10, 17 April 2014 (UTC)
Okay, thank you for your time and the explanation; I will keep this in mind when editing in the future. Hopefully things will work out for the best. --Worldlyo 0wisdom (talk) 15:00, 17 April 2014 (UTC)

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