Band member timeline standards discussion at WikiProject Musicians
I wanted everyone here to know about the current discussion happening at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Musicians#Create Member Section/Timeline Standards that may put an end to all of the edit warring and inconsistency surround band member timelines. — DLManiac (talk) 06:50, 21 November 2015 (UTC)
Discussion regarding terminology of singles
I have started a discussion regarding how Wikipedia should define singles. Please go here to discuss.--3family6 (Talk to me | See what I have done) 19:00, 18 January 2016 (UTC)
Courtney Love FA article nomination
Hello all, I have been working on the Courtney Love article over a number of years now, and it is currently a Featured Article nominee. I wanted to post here to see if any editors would potentially be interested in doing a review. So far, there are 2/2 reviews supporting it for FA, but I wanted to reach out to some other related WikiProjects to see if anyone would be interested or willing to participate in the review process. Given as divisive of a figure she is, it's been a bit difficult getting interest from editors, in spite of how high-traffic of an article it is. Thank you! Drown Soda (talk) 20:02, 2 April 2016 (UTC)
Wonder Stuff timeline
I've proposed adding a members timeline to the page for The Wonder Stuff. There don't seem to be many regular editors over there, so I'd appreciate it if anyone from the wider project could sanity-check it. I've put the proposed timeline on Talk:The Wonder Stuff.
In general I think membership timelines are useful for bands which have had a reasonable amount of membership change - I don't know if there's any policy on this? TSP (talk) 13:48, 13 April 2016 (UTC)
Info prior to subject relevant?
Is info relevant although it is prior to the subject? I added info on Dallon Weekes stating why and when the he was recruited into the band, Panic! at the Disco.  Although referenced by in-line citations, a user is reverting the edits due to the info being prior to the subject's recruitment, to which he says is irrelevant to the subject due to the info being prior to is association with the group. Although it is prior to the subject's recruitment, it gives valid, referenced info of the reasons the subject was recruited. Nowhere is info prior to a subject's history with a group forbidden in an article page, especially when it is relevant to the topic.
Please comment on the current RfC here. Thank you. Sekyaw (talk) 22:09, 14 May 2016 (UTC)
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