Wikipedia's do not use first names in a articles unless there may be a discrepancy, like with the Stark's ( Howard and Tony) , in the same article. You did a lot of work on the Iron Monger Armor article, but you change all the last names to the unprofessional and familiar first name status...
Nope, that was actually my source. I made that article, and added that the creator of that particular machine was Stark Industries, being the Iron Man 2 DVD Extras my source for that. But CaptainMagnum changed it as being created by Bruce Banner and Betty Ross.
That change was made before the airing of that episode and had nothing to do with that. Besides the technology referenced by Fitz is not this Gamma Ray Projector, as Fitz talks about the Gamma Power Reserves of the Jump Jet.
So you're attempting to tell me that in all three instances that I wrote in the transport plane article are quinjet. Then why aren't they in the quinjet article? Also why does a person call the jet from the Helicarrier in Avengers which I just watched for the fifth time and say, "Transport, you are unauthorized. Why are you approaching?" Before the Attack on the Helicarrier?…
Yes, all three of those instances involved a Quinjet. I'm not sure what page you're looking at, but all three of those instances, though not stated in quite the same way, are definitely part the history section on the Quinjet page.
Keep in mind that the article we have titled "Transport Plane" is referring to a specific model of aircraft, namely the one that has just recently begun appearing regularly in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Don't get caught up in the name either, as I believe this is a temporary name given to that particular model of aircraft by a user at this site as a simple, specific way for us to keep up with the information/history of that aircraft until an official, or more suitable, name is possibly given in the future.
Also the Quinjet in that quote/example is being referred to as "transport" because its function is to transport things, like any vehicle. It was supposedly transporting personnel and supplies, so air traffic control would refer to it based on that, not by name or title.
Man, I really don't understand your policy about many, many things...
First with the Possible Entries on The Index that you kept deleting, and now with the categories on some Iron Man armors.
Just tell how can it be that an article is can be in the item category from a specific film, but not in the general items category?
It’s not necessarily an error to not have them in the general items category; rather it’s a technique to organize it in a manner that makes it easier overall for someone to find an item using the category. At this point it’s somewhat nonsensical how many Iron Man armors there are, and no matter which view you look at the category in, it makes the category more of a mess, or bigger than it could or needs to be, to have *ALL* of those iron man armors there. Should someone want to find something that is NOT an Iron Man Armor, then it quickly becomes redundant for the category to be littered with forty, slightly different versions of the one thing you are not looking for. By having most Iron Man armors limited to their own, dedicated sub-category (Category:Iron Man Armors), it becomes easy to find them if you specifically want to look them up, and they are still represented as items, but it also makes it much easier to see and investigate the wide variety of items that are not Iron Man armors using the main Items category.
Please, can you stop removing my links in the AoS articles? If you look a little carefully, I'm planning to create articles of the things that appear in the list of appearances, just as I've done with the Walkie-Talkie Wristwatch, Remote Beacon or Pick-Lock Device, just to mention a few.
Thank you very much,
I can see that just fine. Sorry, I guess I just have a personal thing against making a lot of spare, mostly stub articles about, frankly, some pretty unremarkable things. There's some things that would seem too common-place for me to think we should actually highlight it here. It's really just a handful of pages where I think making an entire page for it would boarder on a waste of space. For some there's just not much service you can give them outside of maybe one/two sentences of description, which is just as well served being left in the article that mentions them.
Fitz-Simmons Tablets: (If I'm right to think that you're refering to the tablets they use to control the DWARF drones?) They're just tablets. I wouldn't make an article every time someone would pull out a cell phone to call someone, and frankly I could use any standard ipad/tablet to for the same purpose as Fitz-Simmons does. There's an app for these things and it's just common practice today.
Lock-Pick Device: it's just an explosive. Part of the joke in the movie is even how it's just a standard explosive. While that moment/joke itself might give it some notoriety, any way you talk it up, I still just see a standard explosive. It's basic.
SHIELD SUV: Nothing special, I wouldn't expect us to have articles on police cars or FBI vehicles. (So far) It's just a standard vehicle with some SHIELD decals. Another standard practice for these groups.
Sky's Van: ...depends on how you approach it, Honestly. I just see a dirty van, but you could argue some slight importance based on it's personal importance to Sky.
But besides that I don't hate all of the articles you have done so far. I think some are well deserved, and thats why I did leave most of them, and some of the links you haven't made articles for yet, as they were.
Captain America Card Collection: The name really says it all, but I guess it was used as an important plot point.
Localize EMP Device: Wonderful. I don't really think we have anything like that in real life that is that small or localized, it seems pretty unique, so it's perfectly cool to draw some attention to it.
Walkie-Talkie Wristwatch: Not a foreign concept, but I believe it does deserves some notoriety based on Coulson's attachment to it and its specific history.
Tracking Bracelet: Probably the most deserving of it's own article, it is a pretty unique piece of technology by conventional standards.
Well, stubs or not, I just simply want a little bit of Completeness, because many of the items are listed in the official "Fitz-Simmons' armory" page.
Some of them may be important or not, plot points or not, recurring or stand-alone, but hey, this what a wiki is supposed to have, plenty of free information.
Maybe some of them can be reworked, like the Fitz-Simmons tablets inside the D.W.A.R.F. drones article, just like the Night-Night Gun & Pistol, but I think every deserve at least a little review; don't forget this is a wiki about a whole Universe.
Thanks for your understanding, and sorry about my english, it's not my first language, and I guess I'm rusty, just like Coulson and his muscle memory ;)
HaHa. I understand, I've noticed this wiki doesn't have the strictist or most clearly set out guide lines as some do (or I haven't found any written out). I think everyone just tries to do what they think is best personally and the admins just make sure that the wiki doesn't burn down.
I, personally, would work the tablets into the DWARF Drone article, because their cheif, and pretty much only purpose (that I've seen) is to act as their controlers.
Also, for the Backscatter Glasses, I might also have worked that into the Eye Implant page, since they were directly made to mimic the exact functions of that device. But I could possibly go either way on that matter.
IMO, some pages are there not so much as entries in and of themselves, but rather serve as supplementary material to larger pages. If Shabook hadn't made the entry on the walkie-talkie watch, I never would have realized that Coulson's page made no mention of his passion for antique collectables.
It's one thing to just say "Coulson owns a a flying car, a two-way radio watch and a vintage set of cards", but it's much more effective to show such things.
As I said, less important by themselves and more important as supplementary material.
As for red links, I think that they are important. if you navigate through the "special pages" section and click on "Wanted Pages", you can see the pages with the most red-links, and therefore in the most need of creation. If there are no red links, then there is no way of knowing that the page is needed.