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I was trying to keep in as much detail as possible on the submissions, but the general style on the original site is usually death first (i.e. '[method] by [x] when...') so I was trying to rephrase them as they do look noticeably different compared to other entries on their pages. I know we've had this debate before with Rowan Atkinson's page, but I do think these kind of entries lean too much towards plot synopsises.
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I was trying to keep in as much detail as possible on the submissions, but the general style on the original site is usually death first (i.e. '[method] by [x] when...') so I was trying to rephrase them as they do look noticeably different compared to other entries on their pages. I know we've had this debate before with Rowan Atkinson's page, but I do feel these kind of entries lean too much towards plot synopsises.
   
 
I know I've had some trouble before phrasing the full context of a death scene (for example, the 'Survivors' entry from Kevin McNally), but I'm aware that readers like information. This why I do expand entries that missing key points, especially for newer films, and correct formatting. I only edited Clesse and Troughton's pages because I'd already added new entries to them (Trolls and Survivors, respectively), so I wasn't going after your edits specifically.
 
I know I've had some trouble before phrasing the full context of a death scene (for example, the 'Survivors' entry from Kevin McNally), but I'm aware that readers like information. This why I do expand entries that missing key points, especially for newer films, and correct formatting. I only edited Clesse and Troughton's pages because I'd already added new entries to them (Trolls and Survivors, respectively), so I wasn't going after your edits specifically.

Latest revision as of 09:10, October 22, 2016

I was trying to keep in as much detail as possible on the submissions, but the general style on the original site is usually death first (i.e. '[method] by [x] when...') so I was trying to rephrase them as they do look noticeably different compared to other entries on their pages. I know we've had this debate before with Rowan Atkinson's page, but I do feel these kind of entries lean too much towards plot synopsises.

I know I've had some trouble before phrasing the full context of a death scene (for example, the 'Survivors' entry from Kevin McNally), but I'm aware that readers like information. This why I do expand entries that missing key points, especially for newer films, and correct formatting. I only edited Clesse and Troughton's pages because I'd already added new entries to them (Trolls and Survivors, respectively), so I wasn't going after your edits specifically.

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