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  1. All deletion discussions relating to filmmakers, directors and other non-actor film-related people should now be listed on this page. This is a collection of discussions on the deletion of articles related to Actors and filmmakers. It is one of many deletion lists coordinated by WikiProject Deletion sorting.

  2. As per the name of the Wiki project on whose talk page we're discussing this issue right now, we already commonly use actor and filmmaker for female members of the profession as WikiProject Actors and Filmmakers represents male and female artists alike.

  3. This seems off: Wikipedia:WikiProject Actors and Filmmakers/Assessment#Priority_scale says Low means "Actors and filmmakers of little interest to non-film buffs and the film industry." I don't think an actor who's been nominated a best actor Golden Globe can really be considered of low priority.

  4. The unreferenced articles related to your project can be found at >>>Wikipedia:WikiProject Actors and Filmmakers/Archive 6/Unreferenced BLPs<<< If you do not want this wikiproject to participate, please add your project name to this list. Thank you. Update: Wikipedia:WikiProject Actors and Filmmakers/Archive 6/Unreferenced BLPs has been

    • Implementation Discussion
    • Tabled vs. Bulleted List Non-Consensus
    • Sortable Tables

    I've proposed to Xenothat his bot make passes across these articles implementing the changes and he's agreed, tentatively. The details need sorting. There are a lot of variations of all the hard-coded markup and a bot can sort a lot of them, prolly in different passes. There will inevitably be articles that need manual attention and I'm hopeful that all will hew to the gist of this close. I'm going to ask a few template experts to review the {{Filmography table headings}} implementation in case I've missed something needful. The close of the issue of bulleted lists vs tables is at odds with this project's stated goal, which needs changing and is a separate discussion. In the meantime, we deal with the extant tables and I'd suggest that no further lists be converted to tables by the participants hereabouts. Similarly, the color question is open and we should have a further, higher-level, discussion about that. Let's get the bulk of the problematic bios cleaned-up before we get too de...

    I'd suggest, just for the record, that the table vs. bulleted list issue be revisited since it wasn't a clear cut decision, and that Jack's suggestion that no more tables be made is a tacit way of pushing his POV regarding tables, just as his intention to carry issues on elsewhere. I don't believe the issue was clearly discussed because the majority of opinions didn't weigh in on that issue and in other cases, a clear preference wasn't discerned without reading between the lines. I asked Moonriddengirl about that and she said that she didn't try to read the intention in many cases. Rather than suggest that it be stopped, as Jack has done, it needs to be rediscussed to clarify it. It's not a foregone conclusion because one prominent editor in the discussion persistently brought it up. And it is not a good idea to go about warning editors not to table filmographies. That issue was far from clearly decided. Wildhartlivie (talk) 03:51, 20 April 2010 (UTC) 1. You're free to offer whateve...

    And at what point in all of that discussion was it EVER agreed, much less mentioned, to convert tables to the sortable mess? Talk about imposing one's personal POV into the mix and ignoring the consensus reached on this page. Jack Merridew has now begun removing the filmography table header. See here, here, here and here. Who was it who was concerned that someone would try to override consensus? Hmm? I recall that Jack Merridew was. Wildhartlivie (talk) 15:51, 3 May 2010 (UTC) 1. Sortability is actually a valid argument for presenting filmographies in table form. It's a feature of wikitables that is widely used and supported, so it's hardly unprecedented. The key impediments to sorting are the amok header structures in-place out there (the multi-row and abutted-together tables), and all the use of rowspan on years. The first makes little sense semantically, and the rowspans are a chief impediment to editors properly editing the table syntax. Sincerely, Jack Merridew19:59, 3 May 2010...

  5. Daniel Horvath (actor) I want to thank you to WikiProject Actors and Filmmakers for your support on my article about this young but talented actor Daniel Horvath, thank you very much again and really hope that you will help me to continue with this labor to do the best for a community of wikipedia.--Anonimoushh 23:26, 1 March 2016 (UTC)

  6. Wikipedia:WikiProject Actors and Filmmakers/Consensus summaries is A) a very buried place to dredge deletion rationale out of (which you didn't cite correctly until two editors badgered you for it. B) unsearchable search term "no actors in navboxes" C) rather odd that all that discussion occurred and I never heard about it, even though I've ...

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