No otha class gonna do that!Whoever's gonna do World of Warcraft all on his/her own, I extend every bit of sympathy for the pain of 3000+ wicks, as well as major kudos. As for me, I faced off the entire Deus Ex trilogy, Team Fortress 2 and both Portal games combined (the vast majority wicks from these anyways...)
edited 29th Mar '12 11:24:03 AM by EarlOfSandvich
Jeez. I would help more (I'm doing some of the smaller pieces) but the MST 3 K stuff is insane. EDIT: Naruto is at four thousand.
edited 29th Mar '12 1:57:40 PM by Jicragg
Harry Potter. I rest my case.
Harry Potter = 4127
Naruto = Main.Naruto (3975) + Anime.Naruto (273) = 4248
Haha- wait... The Simpsons = 5556 Damn.
edited 29th Mar '12 5:25:39 PM by Jicragg
I'm a tree!May Jehovah, Allah, Amaterasu and Solid Snake have mercy on the poor soul that will have to deal with those.
"Darkness is light's light of darkness as a dark farewell to dark lightness."
A lil' bentō ?Wicks for Mitsumete Knight (an article I created and was on my watch) all moved to the newly created namespace. Oreochan actually beat me to the punch for moving the last 10 or so wicks out of the 185 ones. :p Important question I'd like to ask, before someone tries to namespace move Tokimeki Memorial: that franchise is huge, with several video games and anime. I plan to create in the near future articles for the various items of the series (most notably, Tokimeki Memorial, Tokimeki Memorial 2, Tokimeki Memorial Drama Series, Tokimeki Memorial 2 Substories, and Tokimeki Memorial Only Love). So, what's the current stance for "franchise" -type articles? I see Harry Potter keeping the regular namespace, but Ace Attorney given the Visual Novel one. It's confusing.
edited 29th Mar '12 8:13:49 PM by AceNoctali
"Your kindness gives me the presentiment I can be reborn. Now, I want to believe at least in you." - Kaori Yae
UNCLE! *runs into corridor and weeps* This is why I fear every entry on Migration page that is marked for Anime or Manga...
edited 29th Mar '12 9:31:46 PM by nombretomado
Well...I moved The Grapes of Wrath. I'm thinking of doing some of the smaller literature ones. I pity the person who does Discworld though. About 3k last I checked.
Discworld = 3813. 4th place, no medal. I'd hate to see them move LOTR to the main/ namespace. Lit/TLOTR (4099), M/LOTR (1752) - see, already beaten the The Simpsons there. Haha.
While you guys were arguing about the most difficult work to move, Oreochan and I worked on Death Note, and it's below 1000 now.
I wouldn't say arguing. I think it's fun to see which has the most that needs moving. Can't wait until they make a Franchise/ namespace. EDIT: If they do a franchise/ page, Discworld would be moved... M/Discworld (3802) + L/Discword (4679) = 8481 Fun.
edited 30th Mar '12 8:26:32 AM by Jicragg
I like this webcomic.Discworld already has franchise pages.
edited 30th Mar '12 9:11:55 AM by TheOneWhoTropes
Der Führer des Fraudulente Volk.
I really don't know what you mean.
It's super effective.He means Discworld.The Colour Of Magic and so forth, which has nothing to do with moving the wicks on Main.Discworld. Kind of an artifact that's a bitch to clean up.
Ooh, no, that's not what I was referring to. I meant if they decide to make a franchise/ namespace (as in all franchises move to franchise/, example: franchise/Batman) all of the franchises would need to move. That would be a pain.
Just zis guyMay I suggest that going on about what work has more wicks is getting somewhat off-topic for this thread? On an unrelated note Earl of Sandvich suggested, in the discussion page for the sandbox article, that we consider making another page for finished works. Since right now the article is at a little over 350K characters in length and at 400K things start getting to the point of making the page work wonky, I think he has a good idea. After thousands of wicks, what's one more move, after all?
edited 30th Mar '12 10:34:34 AM by Nohbody
I like this webcomic.Sounds good to me. I'm now doing the ptitle markup cleanup, so that'll be me gone for a while.
Der Führer des Fraudulente Volk.
No otha class gonna do that!I'll do it. So what shall we call that destination then?
TerradorablyfyingSandbox.Completed Namespace Migrations?
Merge those duplicates! Fix that factual error! Delete that shoehorned non-example! You have the power! —Meta Four
No otha class gonna do that!That'll work. Moved!
Awesome possum. Moving stuff from the unsorted into the right folders now. What should we do with Disney/? Its own folder, or shunt it into Film/?
No otha class gonna do that!Well, I'm a bit confused on one thing: Officially (or so I see in the Namespace page), we are to put any film that's either Anime or Western Animation in the respective namespace of its animation style (like WesternAnimation.The Thief And The Cobbler for instance), yet I see plenty of "completed" pages on animated films under Film/. What shall we do about this then (like, leave them the way they are or rewick the works to the respective animation styles or something)? EDIT: And now everything except the animated films have been sorted.
edited 31st Mar '12 1:28:22 AM by EarlOfSandvich
I like this webcomic.Keep Disney. It's there because the stuff they do is iconic faerie tales, half the time, which have more than one version such as Films and Animated Adaptations that aren't Disney. And the Disney version can be very different to the rest. Compare Disney's Aladdin to The Thief of Bagdad or the original One Thousand and One Nights.
edited 31st Mar '12 2:17:59 AM by TheOneWhoTropes
Der Führer des Fraudulente Volk.
Anime or Disney Animated Canon should go to WesternAnimation/ (Source). Unfortunately, many editors are not aware of this and keep moving animated films to Film/; sometimes even from the WesternAnimation/ namespace. I think there is no decision yet for Eastern European Animation, Korean Animation, and a few others listed on Animated Shows.
It's perfectly possible to admire building a cannon to destroy the moon, whilst lamenting the act of destruction.
No otha class gonna do that!Aye. Yeah, thanks! Anyways, I believe that films like Who Framed Roger Rabbit would still do fine in the namespace it's set to. Dunno about the likes of Space Jam though...
edited 31st Mar '12 12:01:46 PM by EarlOfSandvich
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