User talk:Mrs. Potato Head
- No worries! :) --MPH (talk) 01:10, 16 March 2018 (UTC)
Mrs. Potato Head, thank you for adding June Bloom & Stub September links to April Showers, and April Showers & June Bloom links to Stub September! It's the first time someone has done something with a page I created, and it feels like an affirmation that someone besides me cares about this thing.
- I know the feeling. It's one I have about all the pages I make here! When one gets some interest and an edit, I'm (almost!) always so happy. :-) --MPH (talk) 12:36, 22 May 2018 (UTC)
Hi, I made an article about the fan theory R + L = J, and I used the glossary infobox. Was this the correct infobox to use? I have looked at a few other pages for fan theories and some use the glossary infobox and others use the event infobox. If you could give me some guidance that would be great, thanks. --Kingstoken (talk) 18:29, 11 March 2018 (UTC)
- There's no hard and fast rule at all. Just go with your gut. I think of glossary terms, perhaps, as being shorter pages. I think the fan theory you asked about fits with glossary better. I also forget the event template exists, so thank you for the reminder!
- One thing that is even harder for me to separate is glossary and trope!
- The main thing is to get the info out there. If someone comes along and thinks the template should be different, then there can be discussion about it on the talk page. --MPH (talk) 19:08, 11 March 2018 (UTC)
Some thoughts that occurred to me as I was wandering around Fanlore
1). Is there an existing policy regarding the format of titles of fanworks? Quotation marks for stories and italics for novel-length works. I know that a number of magazines and anthologies capitalized and bolded all titles. Readers may be curious as to which is which.
2). Has any thought been given to putting something other than the linked word in the 'bubble' that comes up when a linked word is hovered over? For example, a short definition of the word in question-'filk-sci-fi folk song'. Something like that could improve the flow of reading an article for a reader who is new to fandom.