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Hi Elainasla. I wanted to notify you about a discussion on the Administrator's notice board about a subject you were involved in and your name was mentioned. Please see Wikipedia:Administrators'_noticeboard/Incidents#Exclusion_from_discussion. Thank you. Toddst1 (talk) 23:36, 21 July 2016 (UTC)

Hi Toddst1, I appreciate your reply. I have contributed to the above discussion in my recent response. If you have any concerns or queries in regards to the Quantico page, please let me know. I will try my best to help out. Thanks. Have a nice day! Elainasla (talk) 09:45, 23 July 2016 (UTC)

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The source you keep adding does not confirm Tan's involvement. Changing which site is reporting it does not change the original source. - adamstom97 (talk) 04:08, 12 April 2018 (UTC)

If that's the case, what source is valid in your eyes? If other actors (Terry Crews, etc) were cast in roles that were clearly confirmed, via still shots from a trailer breakdown on a reporting website, do you believe that to be a valid source? If you answer yes, then why is Tan, the one to be singled out in this instance? The secondary sources that I presented to you, reported his involvement in the movie using a still shot of the actor. Furthermore, those sources even, cited Tan's twitter post as confirmation that he will be in the film. What other evidence do you want me to present that you believe to be valid? I would love to hear your thoughts on that matter. Thanks. Elainasla (talk) 15:17, 12 April 2018 (UTC)

All of the actors who we are saying are confirmed for the film have sources that actually say they are in it. The source you keep providing for Tan only says "recognize someone?", which could mean anything. You can infer from that phrase what you want, as can reporters, but Wikipedia needs something a bit more concrete. - adamstom97 (talk) 21:27, 12 April 2018 (UTC)

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nonfree images[edit]

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It has been a frustration for me. Not long ago I looked into the discussion that occurred at the beginning of NFCC. My interpretation? That narrow strictness wasn't initially present.

My interpretation? The strict harshness wasn't part of the policy, and there hasn't been any later discussions that resolved to make the policy as strict as the advocates of strictness claim.

One of the issues they won't budge on is nonfree usage that they claim interferes with the copyright owner's ability to make money from their photos. In doing so I think they are forgetting the underlying reason we grant copyright, that we have laws that allow photographers, writers, composers, film-makers and inventors, to control and profit from their creative work. We passed those laws that give creative people limited term exclusive rights to control and profit from their creative work because we believe in "progress". We, western societies, generally believe new inventions, new ways of expressing ideas, and the expression of new ideas, benefits society as a whole. We want them to keep developing new inventions, keep finding new ways of expressing ideas.

And where do the laws on "fair use" come in? The same legislatures that passed the laws on copyrights and patents passed laws on fair use that allowed limited conditions where third parties can use a copyrighted image, even if it interferes with their ability to profit from that image. Those same legislatures figured that, under those limited conditions, allowing third parties to use the copyrighted image benefitted the public good more powerfully than allowing the copyright holder to restrict usage of the image.

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What should we tell the original photographers who see their images being re-used in a way that lapses from their licenses? I think we tell them "Sorry. Thanks for releasing your fine image under a free license. We respected your license. Your dispute is with our reader, not us." And, so far as I am concerned, when we make use of nonfree images that complies with the laws on fair use, we can tell the copyright holder something similar when our readers re-use those images in a way that does not comply with fair use. "Your dispute is with our reader, not us."

Feel free to call on me if this image, or another nonfree use image, is challenged. Geo Swan (talk) 21:56, 23 January 2019 (UTC)

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Please create articles the correct way[edit]

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July 2019[edit]

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Hi YoungForever, I understand your concern but I did not solely use IMDB as a single source for my research to find the episode titles and directorial/writing credits for Wu Assassins. I also found the relevant information on the Writers Guild of America website and once, I got the confirmation from John Wirth, the co-creator, showrunner and one of the executive producers of the series, via a twitter response[1], I left the table as it was. Though, I will apologize for not citing that information as that should have been the standard response on my part. Elainasla (talk) 19:25, 24 July 2019 (UTC)

The Twitter account is not a verified account. If it is not a verified account, it’s not a reliable source. This is according WP:RS archived discussions. The Writers Guild of America is a not a reliable source either because it stated Some of the data is self-reported by writers and not independently verified by WGAW. Users of the database accept the data as is, with no warranty of its accuracy stated or implied.YoungForever(talk) 08:59, 25 July 2019 (UTC)

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Hi YoungForever, I understand that and I apologize for my earlier mistake, which as you noted was picked up a week ago. However, you removed the appropriate credits even after the series was released on Netflix. Can you explain your reasoning behind that action? Elainasla (talk) 07:26, 8 August 2019 (UTC)

As I said before, IMDb is not a reliable source on Wikipedia. My reason because it was added way before it was released without any reliable sources. Often they are incorrect and other editors or I have to fix them. — YoungForever(talk) 14:58, 8 August 2019 (UTC)

Just a note...[edit]

Co-executive producers are not the same as executive producers and co-producers are not the same as producers. Please stop adding co-executive producers and co-producers on the Infobox television. — YoungForever(talk) 23:09, 8 August 2019 (UTC)

Hi YoungForever, I understand and I apologize for my mistake, but Iko Uwais was credited as a producer in an article[1] from Variety after the series was ordered by Netflix. I don't know what happened since then, but I added that information previously and cited it accordingly. I noticed that you removed it after watching the end credits and notifying me of the change. In this case, what takes precedence? Elainasla (talk) 06:35, 9 August 2019 (UTC)

Primary sources such as end credits override secondary sources such as the Variety source when the series was ordered. — YoungForever(talk) 06:43, 9 August 2019 (UTC)

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Hi YoungForever, I understand that you raised those critical issues and I do apologise for my past actions as well as my delayed response to your posts on my talkpage. Moving forward, I will rectify my mistakes in order to eliminate disruptive editing on pages that I regularly contribute to. Once again, I sincerely apologise for inconveniencing not only yourself but other contributors on the site as well. As a commitment on my end, I will endeavor to closely adhere to the WP:EDITING policies and guidelines from this point onward. Elainasla (talk) 11:37, 20 January 2020 (UTC)

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Reverting image on Medical Police[edit]

Hi, I have already uploaded the poster image for this article. Can you please refrain from changing it to your duplicate version? The contents are the same, but my file has already been reviewed during the AFC process when I set up the page. Thank you for your additions to the article! Timdorr (talk) 03:40, 14 January 2020 (UTC)

Can you please stop reverting this change? I have restored the higher quality version of the image. JPG is the preferred format of photographic images, per Wikipedia:Preparing_images_for_upload. You are risking triggering an edit war, which I do not want to engage in. Timdorr (talk) 04:35, 14 January 2020 (UTC)

Hi Timdorr, I do apologise for my earlier actions and my lack of response to your posts on my talkpage. I understand that the changes that I made, have inconvenienced not only yourself but other contributors on the site as well. In light of that, I will rectify my past mistakes and endeavor to closely adhere to the WP:EDITING policies and guidelines from this point onward. I hope that this message will serve as a reassurance and a commitment in good faith to change, so that the following issue will be resolved moving forward. Elainasla (talk) 11:37, 20 January 2020 (UTC)

Thank you. I do appreciate it! BTW, consider filling in your user page so you're more than just a name. I've got to do so myself, but it's rare to see someone with so many contributions and no introduction to speak of :) Timdorr (talk) 02:40, 24 January 2020 (UTC)

Hi Timdorr, I will most likely fill my user page in the near future, hopefully, sooner rather than later. Thanks for the feedback though, I do appreciate it. Have a nice day! Elainasla (talk) 00:38, 26 January 2020 (UTC)

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You have been blocked indefinitely for long-time problematic editing and lack of communication on this page. Wikipedia is a collaborative project, and communication is necessary. If you respond to this block, below, and at the least undertake a) to stop uploading non-free images and b) to respond to posts on this page from now on, any administrator is encouraged to unblock you. Bishonen | talk 21:42, 19 January 2020 (UTC).

Hi Bishonen, I understand that I have inconvenienced you and some of the other admins and contributors on the site. Although, I have not completely followed due process, resulting in disruptive editing for pages like Medical Police, I have never being malicious in my intent to edit on the site. Though, I am accountable for the issues that I caused and for that, I deeply apologize for my mistakes. However, I ask that you kindly look into my overall history and positive contributions on the site as part of the appeal process to overturn the block. Hopefully, I can be offered a second and final chance to prove myself as a contributor. In addition, I will stop uploading non-free images as well as continuously respond to posts on this page and closely adhere to the WP:EDITING policies and guidelines. Elainasla (talk) 03:10, 20 January 2020 (UTC)

OK. You have been unblocked. Happy editing. Bishonen | talk 11:58, 20 January 2020 (UTC).

Metacritic's "normalized" scores[edit]

Hi Elainasla, thanks for your contributions to film articles. I notice that you follow a pattern that goes back many years of describing Metacritic's scores as "normalized". I'd like to ask you to consider using weighted average instead. It's far more accurate. Please see the discussion at WT:Manual of Style/Film/Archive 6#Metacritic's so-called "normalized" scores. The word "normalized" was used years ago on Wikipedia to describe Metacritic's scores, and editors have duplicated the wording since then without actually understanding the meaning. Some of us have been trying to correct this over the years, and we've made some headway. Many articles now do not use the word "normalized". If you could use "weighted average" instead, it would save us the trouble of having to fix it. Thanks! Sundayclose (talk) 17:27, 7 February 2020 (UTC)

Hi Sundayclose, sure, I will use the weighted average phrase for Metacritic scores when I edit articles from now onwards. Thanks for the feedback, I do appreciate it. Have a nice day! Elainasla (talk) 19:19, 7 February 2020 (UTC)

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