FanFic.Turnabout Storm's discussion has been moved to WebAnimation.Turnabout Storm per the holler.
edited 1st Jun '13 3:33:47 PM by Willbyr
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I am torn about renaming the Japanese Spider-Man page before moving it to the Series/ namespace. It isn't the correct title (it IS titled Spider-Man. Usual disambiguation based on country (as with The Office, Stella or House of Cards) would follow this format:
- Spider-Man (Japan)
EVIL SORCERER RETURNS!
also move it to an unhyphenated title Spider-Man (Japan) and use the customise title button to put the hyphen in. Hyphenated titles are another thing we need to get rid of.
edited 10th Jun '13 4:23:27 AM by TheOneWhoTropes
In uffish thought
Lu: On it.
edited 13th Jun '13 8:40:06 AM by Telcontar
Thanks! You ninja'd me while I was getting pizza.
Is there any other live-action spiderman series named SpiderMan?
Well, technically there's the Italian Spiderman, but it's a Web series, more of a fan video, and here it is the actual exact title. Even if there's no other live-action TV series, the article is better of within its own title anyway, so that there's less overlap with the subpages of the actual Spider-Man franchise. I do consider it a rather independant spin-off. Moved articles and wicks already to Spider-Man (Japan), anyway. I think it looks rather good.
I noticed a problem: Hotel Dusk: Room 215 and Last Window both have the VideoGame/ namespace, but are stated to be Visual Novels in the index. Since the VisualNovel/ namespace exists, should they be moved to it?
This is Rain. Isn't she pretty? :)
I've just stumbled over a whole bunch of pages under a personalized namespace — "Touhou Doujin: Dawitsu's Folly/" for the fanfic Touhou Doujin: Dawitsu's Folly. I think the consensus is clear for this kind of thing that they shouldn't exist and be moved to "Fanfic/". Or maybe "Recap/" if they are considered individual episodes. I don't see any duplicate title that could motivate the special namespace.
Okay... I noticed that on Completed Namespace Migrations, there isn't any "Administrivia/" folder. Yet wicks to such pages shall be corrected too, right? Is it because the Administrivia/ wick migration is treated on another page? (I vaguely remember something like that, but I just can't find it) or simply an omission, and such a folder added when necessary?
Simply an omission, I believe.
Doesn't trust TV Tropes enough to disable uBlock
Once I wake up in the morning, I'll begin tackling Main.Fire Emblem, as most of the wicks need to be moved to Franchise.Fire Emblem with assorted others being moved to their respective games.
edited 6th Jul '13 1:46:37 AM by bwburke94
Current project: Correcting a bunch of Web Original / New Media folders. Worm is Literature, not Web Original.
I am pretty sure that redirect's been around too long to be cutlisted.
A WebOriginal.LOL Cats page has been created... but I thought "WebOriginal/ was no longer accepted as a namespace, as noted on the Wick Namespace Migration page.
In uffish thought
It's been brought back for pages like that which are Internet phenomena, not specifically defined works, that kind of thing. Nowhere else that it fits.
Think of it as the namespace version of a Super Trope.
^Go ahead. Dolby Labratories needs not only namespacing, but also a typo fix. I don't have time for this atm, in case someone can do that.