We already have a lot of articles listed as needing copy-editing. I assume it autocategorizes that if you leave the description blank. Maybe we could... omit that part for images, as a picture is worth a thousand words already? Just the copy-edit autocategorization. Not every image needs a description.
- - Billy Arrowsmith, 03:22, 4 September 2008 (UTC)
Centralizing Image TemplatesWould somebody add
<noinclude> [[Category:Images Templates]] [[Category:Page Templates]] </noinclude>to this template? I'm trying to get all of the Image and Page Templates accessible from one location, but I can't edit this one. The Paradox 20:44, 1 October 2008 (UTC)
Done. Roygbiv666 23:58, 1 October 2008 (UTC)
Is there any way we could get it to not categorize as image subject needed if it's registered as cover art? Because I'm getting kind of tired of looking through images of characters, and seeing like three legitimate images, and like dozens of them standing in poor resolution obscured by other things in covers. For example, I don't think we need to flood Category:Bruce Wayne (New Earth)/Images with every single Batman/Covers ever. Covers are covers, and character images are character images. I think when the situation permits it, like for example, if Ambush Bug makes a cameo on a cover only then it would make sense to include that in his images category. But other than that, I think the only reason we're so religiously trying to cram these categories with covers is because of our obsessive compulsive need to empty things like the Category:Image Subject Needed. I mean... I'm starting to literally see cover images where the only part of a person visible is their hand, and they still get tagged. Identifying comics that people appear in is what appearance categories are for. And it seems like people are putting a lot of work into this thing that probably could be spent more productively elsewhere. Discussion?
DC Staff License
There is a problem in entering the "DC Staff" license into the Template Syntax, which comes out as "uncategorize" or something wrong. Could anyone fix it?--Drgyen 01:54, July 19, 2010 (UTC)