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are you one of the administrator in this wiki if you are i need to tell that that you are misspelled The spells avada kedavra [the correct one is adava kedavra —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Sutana uchiha (talk • contribs) July 31st, 2011, 01:18 (UTC).
What? I'm not sure I understand what you're trying to convey to me. What do you mean "I am mispelled"? And what was that about Avada Kedavra? I caught the first part though. I am not an admin here. -JDRooDigger
RE:Question about infoboxesEdit
That should've worked... Nevermind. Next time go to the 'infobox templates' category, chose an infobox, and copy the codes there. Then paste them on your page and fill them up with information about you. If you want a Ravenclaw infobox, copy the codes here and paste them in your user page. -- 14:22, August 12, 2011 (UTC)
RE: Vandal Edit
Re: Funny Userbox Edit
Thanks for the chuckle. I used to consider myself a Ravenclaw in my earlier days in the Harry Potter fandom, so I guess I should be all that surprised at my Pottermore Sorting result, really. ★ Starstuff (Owl me!) 03:38, August 29, 2011 (UTC)
I saw your post on Seth Cooper's talk page. So we can have ridiculously unnecessary articles like this or this, but not wand articles that are relevant to the wiki? -HoboHunter28- (Leave me an owl!) 19:42, August 29, 2011 (UTC)
Re: Panini Edit
Regarding terminology, in Italian nouns are not pluralized by simply sticking an "s" on the end as is typically done in English, so panino is the singular form ("I ordered a panino") and panini is the plural form ("He made some panini").
I don't see a problem with having a separate article for each of the Luchino panini. We've got a whole series of articles on the repetitively-named soups listed on this blackboard in the PoA film. In that case, we only know the names of the soups and their prices, but in the case of the panini we know names, prices, and ingredients. So I believe there's enough unique information on each panino for it to warrant its own article. ★ Starstuff (Owl me!) 01:09, August 30, 2011 (UTC)
- The idea of merging food articles strikes me as a solution in search of a problem. Those articles don't take up an inordinate amount of space and each of them provides unique information. Moreover, merging them would essentially break the food categorization system, because you couldn't list "Cheeri Owls" in Category:Breakfast cereals and "Yorkshire pudding" in Category:Desserts if both were rolled into the comprehensive article "Foods served at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry." Not to mention that finding a logical, consistent way of merging things together would be extremely difficult when many foods are served in more than one location, or aren't mentioned within the context of where they're served at all. Also merging foods that only appear in the movies or at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter couldn't be done because that would be grouping in-universe articles on an out-of-universe basis.
- Don't fix what isn't broken, in short.
- The articles on unidentified individuals are a different matter. There are an inordinate number of them, most of which don't convey any unique information, or are padded out with speculation and repetitious material. I put forward a proposal for merging them here, but unfortunately it never got off the ground. ★ Starstuff (Owl me!) 02:07, August 30, 2011 (UTC)