even older skoolRather than respond to three days worth of you getting inexplicably overexcited, I'll reiterate my belief that we have no actual criteria whatsoever for what is and is not a work. In support of this conclusion, I submit the following: The Ugly Barnacle and Song Of The Sorcelator. Toon Makers Sailor Moon was canceled and therefore does not exist. That is, however, irrelevant according to our requirements for works pages, on account of they also do not exist. Now if you'd like some sort of guideline regarding pages on canceled, fictional, or otherwise nonexistent works, feel free to discuss it in that Wiki Talk thread.
I've got Sunshine!Gosh, I dunno, I guess I thought there was a minimum standard for a work to actually exist to be a work. Apparently, though, if The Ugly Barnable's got a page, well, I guess I need to get to work on that Nelvana Doctor Who page this weekend. Concept art exists, so, you know. It's exactly the same as a finished work.
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Ravenous SophovoreRebochan, calm down. You're strawmanning and getting far too angry about this. No one has said this is "exactly the same as finished work." What we have said is that a portion of the work is available for people to consume, which fulfills our No Such Thing As Notability guideline. Therefore the "published" portion is eligible to have a page. Whether or not it should be split or merged with Franchise.Sailor Moon is simply Lumper vs. Splitter territory, not policy. If you want to split off some of those Wonder Woman pilots, then I see no reason why not. After all, we have Agnis Philosophy, which is just as short an animation as this. As to Merchandise-Driven, I'm inclined to say it's present in what you can see. There's no real reason for the solar sailors to exist but to sell toys. But I don't feel too strongly about it - which tropes go and stay can be hashed out individually.
edited 14th Sep '12 8:14:22 AM by ccoa
Waiting on a TRS slot? Finishing off one of these cleaning efforts will usually open one up.
I wasn't aware that 80s hair had to actually from the 80s just look it, like in Saved by the Bell most of which is from the 90s but even the latter parts of which seem to drip with 80s-ness.
edited 19th Dec '12 4:38:07 PM by GracieLizzie
At 21:4 for the lead choice, I think this can be called.
SF-81A Black KnightI have a question. Why is a discussion about a work page clogging up a slot in the Trope Repair Shop that could be used for something worthy like BFG (constant misuse with vehicle-mounted weapons) or Company Town (nonindicative name, nonsensical description, was apparently launched without a YKTTW run, and has a YKTTW about "the company owns this town" waiting on it)? Can this be moved to another part of the forums?
edited 5th Feb '13 2:34:02 PM by StarSword
Two Christmas wormsBecause a) this is the proper place and b) it would still take up a slot in the Stale Report Slot.
TerradorablyfyingI've made a sandbox with some of the speculative tropes removed. If someone could work on trimming the description, that'd be great.
TerradorablyfyingI've removed a speculative paragraph from the description and changed the trope list header. I think the fact that there was a whole pitch can stay, though. This is done; I'll holler for a lock soon if there's no further input.
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