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LOL. I am not so sure, but my guess is that those are old infobox templates. If you're looking for the current ones, look for templates named "Infobox Person Elves Mirkwood" or "Infobox Person Hobbits". They are basically the same, except for the combination of colors. As for non-canon characters, we use "Infobox Non-canonical Character". Other infobox templates could be ignored and maybe even deleted.— Darkchylde (talk • contribs) 15:08,1/10/2015
Linking in headers
Thanks for filling in those dates but according to the rules there is to be no more links in the headers, so please don't do it anymore or be so kind as to help remove them. Example: No more this ===[[TA 3019]]===. Ok?--DarkLantern (talk) 22:33, January 23, 2015 (UTC)
If you are planning to complete the First Age calendars, please make sure that the dates have significant events in it. Blank articles with nothing but calendar, in my opinion, are not very needed in the wiki. I could have those pages deleted for housekeeping. Besides, we already have templates that show the timeline, see Template:Year. — Darkchylde (talk • contribs) 10:06,2/2/2015
To end redlinking, you could just edit the pages, not create them. And we are talking about the years, not days, so creating articles for each year would be too much work. It is already hard enough to keep track of 5,000+ pages, what more if we create pages for all the 3441 years in the Second Age or 3021 years in the Third Age?
Discussing it with DarkLantern would be the best choice, seeing as he is one of the most senior admins here.
- EDIT: I've tried editing the dead links but it seems that more dead links appeared when you add the Template:1st Century of the First Age. If we remove that, the recently added dead links would disappear, and then we could start removing the older dead links from there. — Darkchylde (talk • contribs) 09:50,2/3/2015
- Why are you copying on 1st Century of the First Age what is already on like FA 1 and FA 2? It should be a summary if you are going to do that. Many of those events needed sources anyway which means a rewrite. I liked most all of what you are doing but now I'm not quite sure. Can you explain?--DarkLantern (talk) 20:40, February 5, 2015 (UTC)
Do we really need calendars?
I don't think we need a page for every single year in every age. Only the most important years, for example : TA 3019, the year of the War of the Ring. TA 2941, The quest of Erebor. —The preceding unsigned comment was summoned by Senhor Morgoth (talk • contribs).