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I went to the Harry Potter exhibition in Sydney and took extensive notes (photography was not permitted). I have heaps of "little" details, some of which would be useful for new and/or edits to existing pages. For instance, from the quality of Parvati's robe and shoes as compared with Draco's, I would extrapolate that she comes from a fairly wealthy family, while Hermione's robes are actually not all that good quality, which suggest that her high-income professional parents' income may not translate to equivalent wealth when exchanged into Galleons. I also have things like names of Slytherin Quidditch captains from certain years from honour boards, although I note those have already been captured.
However, I'm working full time and studying full time (arguably, I'm a masochist) and don't have time to learn all the wiki norms and write the articles. So - is there an experienced contributor who would like the notes? They're dot point, but they're usable with only a tiny bit of cleaning up on my part.
Deslea 11:12, March 31, 2012 (UTC)
- Hello, there!
- That'd be awesome! No regular contributer at the wiki has gone to the Harry Potter exhibitions (that we know of) and, as such, we've been relying on pictures found online, or website reviews. If you want to give us your notes, you could make a transcription, or upload scans: we'd be greatly appreciated. Again, thank you! -- 11:40, March 31, 2012 (UTC)
- Excellent! I'm pasting my notes below. Some will not necessarily add anything but I figured it was better to include too much than too little. Enjoy!! Deslea 19:04, March 31, 2012 (UTC)
- I've put the transcription of your notes in the archive below for better reference in articles. We'll incorporate some of your tidbits into our articles. Again, much obliged! -- 20:39, March 31, 2012 (UTC)