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felinoel 13:53, May 30, 2012 (UTC)
Star Wars Reference Edit
- Hmm, most wikias would go by her name, regardless of what people know here as, as long as the redirect stays so that people looking for her can find her easily it should be no problem with her name imo.
Also, I only just updated it, how did you read it so quickly? ƒelinoel 14:15, June 22, 2012 (UTC)
Season 3 Picture Edit
I'm thinking of starting a blog post to ask from which episode should the Season 3 picture on the home page should come from I've narrowed it down to The New Guy, 3... 2... 1, Past Imperfect, The 40th Floor, Emily Lake, and Stand. I would start a poll, but this doesn't allow the community to add comments (unless that can be somehow done). Opinions?Saiarcot895 (talk) (Contribs) 23:40, June 22, 2012 (UTC)
- Well, I guess User:Wilesjeffery2152 took care of it.Saiarcot895 (talk) (Contribs) 03:16, June 25, 2012 (UTC)
Edit Summaries Edit
How is it you have pre-selectable edit summaries on your edit screen, and how can I do that to my Wikia? Your Talk Pages seem to work different than mine, too. I mean, I have Message Walls turned on for the User Pages, but the individual page Talk Pages seem to be different. Any help would greatly be appreciated. I love the way you have things set up here, btw. Just had to get that in there. CoolBurnMtW (Message Wall) 09:03, May 22, 2014 (UTC)
Artie's Bag Edit
Why did you change the name of Artie's Bag page back to 'The Mary Poppin's Bag'? Despite the speculation of some fans, it is very obviously *not* Mary Poppin's bag. Artie carries a vintage leather travel/doctor's bag with two pockets on the front. Mary Poppins carries a carpet bag with no pockets.
Movie Lines: Michael: "That's a funny sort of bag." Mary Poppins: "Carpet." Michael: "You mean to carry carpets in?" Mary Poppins: "No, made of."
I even corrected the description to point out these details. Besides, pages shouldn't be named after speculations in the first place, it makes them harder to find.
Saul Rubinek confirmed the bag to be from Pakistani Mythology in an interview. I have yet to find the actual myth. Link to Interview mentioning origin of bag mythology.
Oh, almost forgot. It was confirmed before the mythology was stated that Saul had the idea for the bag to be an artifact. When discussing the idea with others, he learned about the Pakistani myth.
So the first link was a transcript from a confrence call. The part in question is rather far down:
SAUL RUBINEK: Yes.
So the bag has a thing.
And then for Ron, who plays the head Regent, told me that I now do not remember the name of this object, there is in - he's originally - his family is from Pakistan, and he said there is a kind of a mythic great story, like Goldilocks and the Three Bears kind of story, about a bag called something -- I forgot what it's called -- that does have whatever you need in it at all time.
It does come with a downside. I guess like the Genie, but - can also bring a curse as well as a blessing. But that is the secret artifact that we have throughout the show.
I looked around for other articles and audio clips from the May 2, 2013 conference call interview.
Every copy of the interview I found, except the one in that link, was cropped down based on what people wanted to focus different articles. However, I found an audio clip of a significant portion of the interview that demonstrates that the transcript is accurate. The audio quality is good enough for the voices to be recognizable.
Have to have a premium membership to listen to full interviews, but it does cover a fair portion, and is word-for-word identical to the transcript.
I wouldn't have changed the title of it if I hadn't been entirely sure. Just took me a while to find where I had come across the information in the first place.
I had thought Fangs for the Fantasy (transcript location) counted as a publicly available, reliable source of information. I realize most blogs and the like aren't particularly reliable (Heck, there's plenty of news stations, papers, and sites aren't all that great about reliable sources.)
But in this case, I say reliable because they've been posting interview transcripts since 2011, and many of the SyFy Q&A's they were actually invited to and attended. I haven't seen an inaccurate transcript yet. Most people that go to the Q&A's will use small sections for whatever article or such they are doing. That's the only place I've found that frequently posts the full transcripts from SyFy Q&A's and interviews.