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- Signature Test: 01:36, 20 September 2011 (UTC)
Past tense / present tense
Just saw you edit of the Robert Baratheon page. We more or less agreed that events that happen before the time of the books should be in past tense and those described in the books in present tense. There has been some discussion about this related to event in the books so if you have a different opinion feel free to add it here.Scafloc 06:51, 21 September 2011 (UTC)
- Ah, that makes sense. It will also help prevent any unintentional spoilers. 11:03, 21 September 2011 (UTC)
Just to expand on what was said on the Talk:Timeline of major events, I seen you working on it and I like your idea and initiative, the 'Main Timeline Navigation', looks great it can be easily used as tabbed browsing (similar to the Wikipedia:Introduction page), something like that would definitely be better than the quick nav bars I put. juts keep in mind that that huge list at Years_after_Aegon's_Landing (I assume you making it for this) used to be built from 300 pages(one for each year) with many pages still linked to them and them redirected to it... Mor 22:24, 26 September 2011 (UTC)
p.s. why did you reverted ash page? Mor 22:24, 26 September 2011 (UTC)
- Oops. I didn't mean to. Browsing via cell phone, and accidentally clicked rollback when trying to click a link. Feel free to undo, or I will when I get home.
- As for the templates, I agree with the idea of the tabs for the actual main Timeline page, and then put the templates of years on pages for specific major events (it would be too clustering and tasking to place it on every single person who was born or died in a year, and that may clutter up the article - but on a event page or such, could fit in quite nice. Especially seeing where a battle falls into place between other battles). 22:29, 26 September 2011 (UTC)
- Happened to all of us ;) as for your Idea, I am not entirely sure what you are planing todo. Mor 23:10, 26 September 2011 (UTC)