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|Should there be a basic infobox such as this one in the article? (The last discussion for this topic was four years ago.) Firebrace (talk) 23:23, 19 March 2018 (UTC)|
|As promised in the section above, this is an RFC to get input on which image should be used in the infobox. The image has been boldly replaced several times before without much discussion, the images used before are included below, with some new ones. If no consensus, the longstanding/default image is Option B. I will not ping anyone since I assume this page is on the watchlists of those interested. Prince of Thieves (talk) 00:31, 17 March 2018 (UTC)|
|Genre warring has been a problem here, so until now they've been removed - but I am here to promote a push for resistance because I personally believe the current consensus is a poor decision. What genres fit the page best based on reliable sources that are either here already or are available for inclusion? 16:51, 16 March 2018 (UTC)|
|This article will be on the main page in a few days, and as I said in my edit summary, it's unwise to edit-war now. Anyway, Tenebrae seems to prefer a different infobox image than the one used in the article, and is citing the change made by an an editor with less than 5 edits to do so. To avoid further conflict, I'd like to gain consensus on which image should be used.
|In a discussion here, it was decided that whether or not to include the genre of an artist in the lead of the article. So should this article refer to him as just a singer in the lead or should it be country singer? JDDJS (talk) 23:29, 12 March 2018 (UTC)|
|Should the top photo in the article be
|Should this article include mention of the 2013 Globe and Mail investigative report which alleged that Doug Ford sold hashish in Etobicoke in the 1980s? (example) Ivanvector (Talk/Edits) 14:22, 12 March 2018 (UTC)|
|Previous consensus is that "Jason's Song (Gave It Away)" is a single, based on a Billboard article referring to it as "the lastest single" and it having "- Single" on iTunes. The argument against this and for it being a promotional single is that a later Billboard article, other media sources and Ariana Grande herself all refer to "Everyday" as the fourth single, along with "Jason's Song (Gave It Away)" not meeting the criteria for a single set out in Wikipedia guidelines. Should "Jason's Song (Gave It Away)" be listed as a promotional single? Fan4Life (talk) 17:14, 10 March 2018 (UTC)|
|A brief history of this story :
|There were other Bollywood actresses before her who were superstars - Asha Parekh, Madhubala, Meena Kumari, Hema Malini, etc. I think this should be removed as it's a biased statement that isn't accurate even if repeated by several sources. CaptainPrimo (talk) 08:24, 2 March 2018 (UTC)|
|We've now reached consensus on the base version to use for the audience response section. It's now time to discuss potential changes. Modifications were suggested to the base text in the RfC; most of these revolved around versions of the text included in version 2. The two options in the RfC were:
Specifically, the question was whether or not the "Rey is Luke's daughter" fan theory should be mentioned and how to characterize Luke's portrayal. This issue was not decided upon in the RfC; the closer specifically said that .
The question in this RfC, then, is to decide this. Should the third paragraph in the audience reception section use the text from Versions 1/3, or the text from version 2? Toa Nidhiki05 19:25, 1 March 2018 (UTC)
|Since last year, User:Michael 182, also as User:TwentySteps (blocked) and via various IP edits (some blocked for socking), has been splitting several film award articles that were previously arranged in one whole table, most of them sortable, into tables by decades. Venice Festival awards: , , , . Berlin Festival awards: , , , . He has also done various changes in Academy Awards and Primetime Emmy Awards which are outside of my scope of interest in films. Note also that I have not opposed the division by decades in director and actor awards as this is also outside my focus of interest, plus I find no meaningful sortability damaged in so splitting them.
From several discussions I have participated or just followed in WP:Film, I am aware that by longstanding consensus the preferred format for presenting film award lists, is by using one stortable table. Splitting such a table to smaller tables by decades (sortable or not) disables any meaningful sortability throughout the whole list. If split by decades, one cannot get either a full alphabetical list of Directors or of Films that won a certain award any longer. Since the user claims that there is not sufficient evidence that such consensus exists, I am doing here a formal RfC to have some consensus on this issue clearly found in one place, also for future reference. 1. Should the film award articles be kept in one sortable table or split in decades? 2. Should director and actress/actor awards be kept in one sortable table or split in decades? Hoverfish Talk 14:27, 1 March 2018 (UTC)
|This is an extension of the above discussion that resulted in an impasse between myself and @Esszet:. The review in question is this, published in The Village Voice as "Consumer Guide", authored by Robert Christgau. I insist on keeping it credited in the ratings template as The Village Voice--consistent stylistically with how the other review sources are credited; by the publication--while Esszet has insisted on re titling both the "Christgau's Record Guide" book review and the Village Voice review as "Christgau's Consumer Guide," an abstract catchall for Christgau's capsule review columns that have long been published in the Voice and titled as "Consumer Guide" (although they have in more recent years been titled "Expert Witness", in MSN Music and Vice). Should the review source in this case be credited as The Village Voice or Christgau's Consumer Guide (which is the title of a book, in which this review was not originally published in). RfC relisted by Cunard (talk) at 08:42, 26 February 2018 (UTC)|
|What image should be used for the infobox of the Doctor Who main article?
Guidelines and policies that have been raised in the previous discussion at § NEW LOGO! in relation to this discussion are MOS:TVIMAGE, WP:NFC, WP:FREER and WP:NFCC#1. -- AlexTW 02:29, 24 February 2018 (UTC)