User talk:KM

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KM, what are you doing? Please don't reformat the interviews. We have a template that we're working on where the interviews are suppose to go which is completely different than what you're doing. You're relatively new here so you may not be aware but there are ongoing projects, which is why you shouldn't make any major changes without bringing it up for discussion first. --randomanon 02:08, 14 June 2011 (UTC)

I think he's just trying to follow the magazine in its own page format purposed by me in Translated Official Documents talk page. No need for harsh words. --0x99 02:54, 14 June 2011 (UTC)
Not intending to be harsh but at the moment trying to figure out the links between the scans and our magazine sources, and so I don't want anything moved while I'm working on that. It's challenging enough without having to hunt for the scans. --randomanon 03:04, 14 June 2011 (UTC)

Quote >So it's now open season on adding finished things to Translated_Official_Documents/Redesign? Yes. As I said I-don't-remember-where, we can now start moving stuff from the talkpage to there; if changes in the design are needed, they can be made without having to change the content (unless we want a totally different structure all of a sudden, of course). --Homerun-chan 09:09, 13 June 2011 (UTC) Note: Effort is being made to identify, translate and sort what is on this page. Anybody who would like to add their input can do so on Translated Official Documents/Redesign (see Template:Document for editing subtilities). There is quite a lot of work ahead of us, so every contribution, as little as it may be, is greatly welcome. Thank you!

In my opinion, we could just split each magazine in each own page with Translated Official Documents being a link to them. We could better extend each article that way (e.g. thumbnail of illust in that volume). What do you think? --0x99 18:42, 13 June 2011 (UTC)

The recently edited templates, document and magazine, are for listing and summarizing, not huge walls of text. With all the complaining about huge page sizes, having nine separate entries for that in TOD/redesign doesn't make sense. It belongs on a separate page. Worst case, my reformatted interview might need a page rename. If a magazine issue page template comes along, the line breaks I added aren't going to break it any more than being part of a gallery would.

Talk:TOD is obviously the wrong place for permanently storing finished translations. If you want an archive of talk:TOD, a page that just had 33,000 lines moved yesterday, with images instead of a link to a page with images,

If you don't think those interviews belong in TOD/redesign, let's hear your reason.

Also, >You're relatively new here 00:31, 31 January 2011 09:57, 22 January 2011 10:50, 17 January 2011 MediaWiki default (Talk) (438 bytes) January 14, 2011

That's some pretty relative relativity KM 04:27, 14 June 2011 (UTC)

Sorry, my bad. Your name showed up in red on my screen for some reason, like the color of a new account. Or maybe red means other things besides someone who created a new account that I'm not aware of. As for all the redesign things posted, two things changed but the relevant one was the ability to get the actual scans for most of the magazine sources which 12 hours ago I didn't think was possible, and from what I understand it's going to change how everything's going to be linked. So now it's become a priority for me to know where all the scans are to ID them to the sources, especially full scans or anywhere they're completely translated, so it'd be less time and work to have to scan in new things. I've been aware of most of the design changes happening but not closely as I'm not involved with design but with the content in this section. If I realized people were going to keep making major changes that moved scans around, I would definitely have posted asking that not to happen right now. As to how long, we're not talking for more than a couple days.

Edited to add: It's probably worth mentioning that as far as I know, I'm the only person who's made the request for this section redesign or talked about the page lengths being too long, so I don't think anyone else is going to mind or be affected if this redesign is prolonged. --randomanon 04:49, 14 June 2011 (UTC)

Red means "page not found" for both users and regular links, so the user hasn't put anything in their user page. KM 05:06, 14 June 2011 (UTC)
Alright, thanks. Anyways, sorry about the confusion. --randomanon 05:22, 14 June 2011 (UTC)
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