That's all very cool. But I'm just focused on episode pages that have the full Episode Guide category. Heads up, I'm not gonna be very active here for the next 2 days since I just had my wisdom teeth taken out. So I'm gonna spend most of the next 2 days in bed.
Hey Ant, just wanted to say thank you for checking the PBS airings for new Sesame Street episodes, and for reconfirming the airdates for last season's shows after another user (now blocked) had added false dates. Info like that from online schedules can easily disappear, and it's great when a reliable editor catches that in time and we have every airdate (and edit) accounted for. You've been doing an awesome job keeping track, and I wanted to let you know your contributions are valued. :)
Hi, Anthony! Just a reminder (something I noticed while working on Spencer Lott), if you cite a message on social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc.), please to link to it if it's public, or at least specify the date it was posted if it isn't. Thanks!
Hi, just a reminder of why we removed the redlinks from additional list pages. If you missed or forgot the discussion, it messed up Special:WantedPages by flooding it with episode numbers for which no page could be created by any casual user (it could be years if ever for many of them). The list is capped at 1,000 items so too many redlinks based on an episode number with no information were drowning out those used as placeholders for people or characters etc that someone could create. It's easy to just re-insert the link as you did. (Keeping a single link on the season page made sense, but duplication does not.)
Hey there - I've noticed you're adding links to the new banana peels page; however, there are several pages you've added them to where the text doesn't necessarily reflect that gag. The article is supposed to be about the "slip on a banana peel" comedy shtick, and several of the pages you're adding links to don't have a direct relation to it.
I already undid one. Links also serve as link backs, and when trying to fill in omissions, it's easier if they *are* to examples (or close enough) that weren't mentioned. Linking every time Oscar holds a banana peel isn't all that useful since the page is about a specific gag rather than just the object (unlike, say, ice cream).
Exactly, that works, and helps fill in gaps (the other just clutters). I'm undoing some, but apart from the slipping pratfalls, also keeping the one on Auditor (since Fozzie having banana peels is related to the gag, not like Oscar having it as garbage or someone discarding one as part of a lunchtime bit.)