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This page needs to be deleted as the novel mentioned by Sulu and Flynn in The Entropy Effect is actually The Virginian, written by Owen Wister.
02:16, 16 May 2007 (UTC)
This page Category:Non-canon Star Trek Wiki images and all of its subcategories are now completely devoid of images. Unless there is some reason to preserve the histories, this leaves 24 category pages to be deleted. Whew! --Jdvelasc 04:39, 16 May 2007 (UTC)
All pages that that linked here have been fixed. 184.108.40.206 07:06, 16 May 2007 (UTC)
But why not leave this as a redirect? --Jdvelasc 07:09, 16 May 2007 (UTC)
- Done--8of5 08:28, 18 May 2007 (UTC)
Image:180px-USS Copernicus.jpg is a smaller version of this page: Image:USS Copernicus.jpg and so the first should be deleted. --Jdvelasc 23:10, 11 June 2007 (UTC)
- Done. --Dr. John Smith 23:12, 11 June 2007 (UTC)
This page needs to be deleted as the three issues that make up this storyline have been added. 220.127.116.11 01:37, 30 September 2007 (UTC)
- This page needs re-editing as a page about the issues that make up the storyline, see Saavik's Story. --Dr. John Smith 07:19, 23 October 2007 (UTC)
This page should be deleted as the character's name was Robison and he already has an entry. 18.104.22.168 04:58, 23 October 2007 (UTC)
- Done. --Dr. John Smith 07:19, 23 October 2007 (UTC)
It's somebody's opinion.--Long Live the United Earth 02:52, 22 June 2008 (UTC)
Under patent nonsense--Long Live the United Earth 19:15, 8 July 2008 (UTC)
All but the last paragraph is copied verbatim from Memory Alpha, and that one is not only unsourced but seems more like fanfic than an actual source. Doug86 07:17, 2 August 2008 (UTC)
Entire article plagiarized from Memory Alpha Doug86 07:27, 7 August 2008 (UTC)
Patent nonsense, only a source.--Long Live the United Earth 00:33, 14 August 2008 (UTC)
- Gone. --8of5 00:53, 14 August 2008 (UTC)
Patent nonsense, no useful information.--Long Live the United Earth 01:53, 15 August 2008 (UTC)
No source, minimal content.--Long Live the United Earth 16:43, 15 August 2008 (UTC)
Copied from MA.--Long Live the United Earth 01:10, 24 August 2008 (UTC)
Moved page a couple days ago, is a rather pointless redirect.--Long Live the United Earth 02:48, 31 August 2008 (UTC)
I think this a picture someone created themselves. If not it should probably be reuploaded under a more descriptive name and then deleted.--Long Live the United Earth 23:21, 1 September 2008 (UTC)
Fan stuff.--Long Live the United Earth 21:29, 2 September 2008 (UTC)
- It has been blanked by the user who created it and still needs deleted.--Long Live the United Earth 00:19, 4 September 2008 (UTC)
I moved the page earlier and this is a redirect to a different talk page.--Long Live the United Earth 22:57, 9 September 2008 (UTC)
I moved the page and it turned into a talk page.--Long Live the United Earth 19:35, 14 September 2008 (UTC)
- Forget this one the situation has changed.--Long Live the United Earth 23:29, 18 September 2008 (UTC)
?????????--Long Live the United Earth 23:27, 18 September 2008 (UTC)
1) Talk:ISS Deceiver-There isn't an article to go with it and besides that it's pointless.
Spam.--Long Live the United Earth 02:17, 6 October 2008 (UTC)
Originally misspelled; nothing links to it, just redirects to proper spelling. --Captain Savar 02:55, 29 October 2008 (UTC)
Cole Treewalker Edit
Was just jibberish. --Captain Savar 03:16, 10 March 2009 (UTC)
Can we get a speedy deletion of Pilot's_Quick_Pizza and Image:Caramelized-Onion_and_Gorgonzola_Grilled_Pizza.jpg? --Captain Savar 13:56, 1 April 2009 (UTC)
USS Dubhe (NCC-5038) Edit
Possibly vandalism. --Captain Savar 02:42, 29 April 2009 (UTC)
User Avatar Edit
File:Avatar sokar 120.jpg as per Memory_Beta:Deletion_policy#Candidates_for_immediate_or_speedy_deletion #10. --Captain Savar 15:31, 14 May 2009 (UTC)
USS Aries (NCC-99071) Edit
Doesn't even seem coherent. --Captain Savar 23:47, 28 May 2009 (UTC)
Revenant (short story) Edit
After considering the defintion of a novella verus a short story, I determined that Revenant (novella) is a better description of the work, so Revenant (short story) needs to go. Sorry for all the messing around with this tonight.--Long Live the United Earth 02:29, March 25, 2010 (UTC)
several categories Edit
Category:Gamma Quadrant States, Category:Delta Quadrant States, Category:Alpha Quadrant States, Category:Beta Quadrant States all moved to lowercase s categories, so these can go. :)--Long Live the United Earth 00:07, April 14, 2010 (UTC)
Ra-ghoratreii_Room Image Edit
The image of the Ra-ghoratreii_Room in the Palais de la Concorde is a conjectural depiction, and is completely inaccurate. In ST novel: Articles of the Federation, the description of this room on page 116 reads: "This room now had a large replicated wooden table in the center, rectangular in shape, and able to seat up to fifty people if needed." This is completely inconsistent with this conjectural image. --Dragon Three 02:19, July 4, 2010 (UTC)
- The image is a diagram of President Jaresh-Inyo's office, if it's been applied to the wrong room then it should be moved to the correct one (whichever that might be), but not deleted. --8of5 02:39, July 4, 2010 (UTC)
- In agreement, this image should be removed from the page for the room it does not describe, but not deleted.
- A better use should be found, since it depicts a canonical room somewhere in Paris where Jaresh Inyo had his desk set up, we should find out where this is and use the image appropriately (perhaps renaming it).
- Who uploaded this? perhaps we should leave them a note that fabricating their own image uses for speculation purposes is not welcome here? -- Captain MKB 03:10, July 4, 2010 (UTC)
- That much wasn't in question, as it already bears that partial citation (minus year and issue number).
- My question was akin to "why would someone upload a picture of a chair and call it 'file:four horses.jpg' without being cognizant of the difference between chairs and horses?". The office shown in the episode/Fact Files was, according to the given description, not the Ra-G room. -- Captain MKB 15:24, July 4, 2010 (UTC)
Hmm. Tough crowd. As I recall, I uploaded that image four years ago, a little over a year after Articles of the Federation came out, and applied the "Ra-ghoratreii Room" label to it because Articles explicitly stated that Jaresh-Inyo had used the Ra-ghoratreii Room as his office, and we saw Jaresh-Inyo use that room in "Homefront"/"Paradise Lost." Somewhere along the line, author Keith R.A. DeCandido also said that he meant for the Ra-ghoratreii Room to be the room seen in "Homefront"/"Paradise Lost" over on the TrekBBS, but I never recorded which post it was and doubt I'd be able to find it now (though I imagine we could email him and ask for verification). Now, if you honestly think that's the equivalent of labeling a picture of a chair "four horses," well, okay, you obviously have a far stricter concept of what constitutes a reasonable interpretation of Articles than I do. -- Sci 09:38 5 JULY 2010 UTC
- This is exactly why I don't support using author's personal BBS postings as article material -- KRAD described a huge room in the novel, but then backpedaled and assigned that room's name to a tiny canon set?
- We're better off using the images from canon episodes and the magazine, descriptions from the novel and ignoring the non-sequiturs from the authors' message boards. -- Captain MKB 12:06, July 5, 2010 (UTC)
- It's not a non-sequitur. The room seen in the episode and in that diagram is capable of holding fifty people -- it would be a tight fit, but it would work. And the novel, by using the phrase "if needed," seems to imply that fifty seats would be the outer limit of the table's (and the room's) capacity. In addition, bear in mind that the angles used to film that set in DS9 made it appear larger than the diagram makes it appear, and I think it's fair to say that KRAD's referring to the Ra-ghoratreii Room as Jaresh-Inyo's office is not a non-sequitur, even if it's an interpretation you disagree with. -- Sci 17:02 5 JULY 2010 UTC
- I can understand using the authors' notes as background information where they provide them. Just not primary resource information... -- sulfur 12:24, July 5, 2010 (UTC)
Hmm, Sci and Dragon are both right guys, the novel does tell us both that the room Jaresh-Inyo used as his office was the Ra-ghoratreii room, and that it was later converted back into a meeting room with a table that seats fifty. That coupled with the claim KRAD has verified it I think we should reinstate the image and just add a background note describing the oddity that the room shown doesn't quite seem to add up with the room described. --8of5 13:09, July 5, 2010 (UTC)
- I guess the question in my mind is either room specifically mentioned to be Jaresh Inyo's only office, or part of an office complex? If he had a small office in an episode and a bigger office in a novel, I'd have to wonder if he had two offices. -- Captain MKB 17:24, July 5, 2010 (UTC)
- The issue for me isn't Mr. DeCandido's description of the room, or that Jaresh_inyo used it as his office. The issue is that the image applied to the description of that room is conjectural, and does not appear (at least not to me) that it could possibly accommodate a table capable of seating fifty people. I therefore support leaving the image off of the room's page, but I do not see any need in altering the description of the room. --Dragon Three 21:44, July 7, 2010 (UTC)
The context in the novel makes it pretty clear that each president selects a single office room. --8of5 17:43, July 5, 2010 (UTC)
- As I've never read the novel, I'd wonder how the context does that. After all we've seen multiple offices in use, from ST6's big windowed room and DS9's smaller area under discussion. -- Captain MKB 18:01, July 5, 2010 (UTC)
It explains how each president choose an office, a bunch choose the big one in Undiscovered Country, but a couple decided to relocate to the smaller one in DS9 because they felt the big one was a bit showy. --8of5 18:27, July 5, 2010 (UTC)
- Yes, and it also explicitly states that every President before Amitra had used the Presidential Office (the big windowed room from ST6), and that then Amitra and Jaresh-Inyo both used the much smaller Ra-ghoratreii Room (the smaller area from DS9) because they felt that the Presidential Office was too ostentatious, and that it was Min Zife who then went back to using the Presidential Office. -- Sci 22:29 6 JULY 2010 UTC
Re:Dragon Three: Could you define conjectural for me? The image, from the Star Trek Fact Files, is a representation of Jaresh Inyo's office, and his office is the Re-gharatreii Room. So that image is no more conjecture than using a screencap from an episode featuring the room... --8of5 00:08, July 8, 2010 (UTC)
- I think the problem is with the depiction of the set. The diagram image depicts the real dimensions of the DS9 set, even though the camera angles amd other staging were more forgiving to the area -- the peisode probably wanted to show this as being a large room so they purposely distorted their small set.
- So the image is valid, but the depiction is what is faulty. Fault in the scale could be ascribed in the opposite way, with us rationalizing the image as a not-to-scale artists' conception, depicting the real life dimensions of the stage rather than the intended fictional dimensions the creative people all seem to have intended. -- Captain MKB 04:45, July 8, 2010 (UTC)
I think you're over stating what was in the episodes there, the room was note Huge however you look at it and there are no angles in the episode that seem to imply a particularly larger scale. The Fact Files diagram gives us the most comprehensive image of this room, as there aren't really any shots form the episodes that show the whole room, just a character or two with a chunk of wall behind them; so it would be doing a disservice both to our coverage of the room, and one of our sources, by not including the image. We don't have to perfectly rationalise it, just give the information our sources provide, and if there is any discontinuity, note it. --8of5 14:18, July 8, 2010 (UTC)
- Well, here's how I look at it. Memory Beta, as best I can tell, is a source for licensed Star Trek works. Obviously, the episodes and films should take precedence in determining "factual" information, but there does not appear to me to be anything definitive in the filmed works that is contradicted by Mr. DeCandido's description. That being the case, shouldn't the latter be used to describe the room, in addition to the canon material? When I suggested that the image was inaccurate and its removal should be considered, I thought that the source of the image was a non-licensed source, but I realize that perhaps I was wrong about that. Is Star Trek Fact Files a licensed work? If so, then perhaps the image should be reinstated, with a notation of the inconsistency between the image and Mr. DeCandido's description of the room in his novel. If not, then I would suggest that a novel description should take precedence over a non-licensed image. --Dragon Three 00:18, July 9, 2010 (UTC)
- We've already agreed on the validity of the novel(s) description(s) of the episode(s) setting(s), and I think that noting that the episode gave an incomplete picture of the size of the room is also appropriate.
- So sorry to disturb 8of5 with an overstatement of the episode depiction -- even if they weren't specifying a large size with their camera angles, the incomplete depiction of the room left out a precise measurement of how small the set actually was. So while they weren't trying to make it appear larger, the episode did not at all portray the small size of the set, just an incomplete series of angles that gave little indication as to that size.
- ST:FF is indeed licensed as a source -- their artwork crosses over with the drawings done for US licensees Pocket Books and others, based on and including work by Drexler, Mandel, et al. The actual size of the set depicted is jarring compared to the incomplete picture displayed in canon and especially jarring considering he larger size described in the novel. - - Captain MKB 01:05, July 9, 2010 (UTC)
- Well, it seems to me that if we have multiple licensed sources that in some way depict the same thing, but in contradictory ways, all the sources should be cited, and the contradictions noted. My apologies for staring an unnecessary deletion thread, since my impression of the diagram was erroneous (I thought it was from a non-licensed source). --Dragon Three 07:41, July 11, 2010 (UTC)
- Not a complete error, it's given us an opportunity to analyze the implications of differences between sources. -- Captain MKB 17:49, July 11, 2010 (UTC)
- Entirely a good thing to bring up these sorts of issues, they often provoke much needed development of articles! --8of5 21:18, July 11, 2010 (UTC)
This page... Edit
Google translator comes up with: "You have a nice site here, and you auchmal vielciht you look at my, ok Sex on the Internet is not everyone's thing, but it is my first website. Thank you and makes it up!" So I'm going to make the claim it's nonsense from a bot (and maybe block the IP while we're at it?). --Savar 13:49, September 10, 2010 (UTC)
Nothing useful to the wiki. --Savar 21:11, January 22, 2011 (UTC)
What Judgments Come indicates that Jane Hamilton and Hamilton are the same character. The latter has only two edits in its history, one of which was merely adding categories, so I've merged the page contents onto Jane Hamilton. --Archimedean 23:13, September 30, 2011 (UTC)
- This is not a case for immediate deletion. The articles need to have their histories merged by an administrator, according to wiki policy, so that the edits of all previous contributors remain recorded in the merged article history. -- Captain MKB 00:11, October 1, 2011 (UTC)
- Thank you. I thought that was the case at first, but talked myself out of it when reading the deletion policy. --Archimedean 00:23, October 1, 2011 (UTC)
Hidden ships from LegacyEdit
These ships were part of the software data in Legacy - but they were never featured in the game. -- Captain MKB 00:33, October 17, 2011 (UTC)
- USS Alembic • USS Columbia • USS Ziusudra • USS Atrahasis • USS Gibson • USS Strato • USS Smythe • USS Preston Sturges • USS Hawkeye • USS McDonald • USS Baxter • USS Franklin • USS Castellani • USS Munchausen • USS Brospell • USS Graham • USS Annunakai • USS Enki • USS Aeolus • USS Anubis • USS Batidor • USS Bowie • USS Canis Major • USS Carson • USS Columbia • USS Equulus • USS Grus • USS Canis Minor • USS Leo Minor • USS Pegasus • USS Revere • USS Taurus • USS Vulpecula • USS Breau • USS Colonial • USS Sanderon • USS Wolff • USS Hackabout • USS Cole • USS Corvair • USS Memphis • USS Joestore • USS Caffrey • USS Porantite • USS Gallant • USS McDaniel • USS Elias • USS Klugman • USS O'Brien • USS Joestore • USS Caffrey • USS Porantite • USS Gallant • USS McDaniel • USS Elias • USS Klugman • USS O'Brien • USS Strangh • USS Beverly • USS Amyking • USS Voltair • USS Jann • USS Courtney • USS Daltrey • USS Neville • USS Pembrook • USS Graham • USS Lillian • USS Twooney • USS San Antonio • USS Flagstaff • USS Wilmington • USS Denver • USS Jaemz • USS Lubien • USS Niagara • USS Townshend • USS Oceanic • USS Homer • USS Saratoga • USS Yorktown • USS Lexington • USS Potemkin • USS Wasp • USS Monitor • USS Merrimac • USS Rigel • USS Explorer • USS Lubien • USS Belknap • USS Sirius • USS Olympic • USS Durret • USS Capella • USS Achernar • USS Acrux • USS Bellatrix • USS Binar • USS Caspan • USS Deneb • USS Boston • USS Helios • USS MacGoohan • USS Portmeirion • USS Drake • USS Harmony • USS Grainer • USS Dunn • USS Cropper • USS Ferrone • USS McBoeb • USS Mattacks • USS Bell • USS Mercury • USS Stonewall • USS MacGoohan • USS Portmeirion • USS Harmony • USS Grainer • USS Sao Paulo • USS Valiant • USS Avenger • USS Magellan • USS Benmont • USS Franklin • USS Union • USS Everest • USS Durkee • USS Chicoura • USS Adams • USS Malevans • USS Anubis • USS Batidor • USS Bowie • USS Canis Major • USS Carson • USS Equulus • USS Grus • USS Canis Minor • USS Leo Minor • USS Pegasus • USS Revere • USS Taurus • USS Vulpecula • USS Kantor • USS Arandele • USS Hawkeye • USS Beattidue • USS Mator • USS Iowa • USS Arlen • USS Boater • USS Knoxville • USS Lahr • USS Narnia • USS Haley • USS Berthonia • USS Iceland • USS Scotland • USS Ireland • USS Britian • USS Hollis • USS Mullen • USS Farrier • Paul Revere • Liberty • Concord • Boston • Fenway • Aurbach • Adams • USS Homer • USS Nautilus • USS Tornally • USS Tommaselli • USS Yukon • USS Alaska • USS Grissom • USS Olympia • USS Paul Revere • USS Liberty • USS Concord • USS Boston • USS Fenway • USS Aurbach • USS Commonwealth • USS Adams • USS Korg • USS Hood • USS Lexington • USS Malinche • USS Okinawa • USS Repulse • USS Tecumseh • USS Al-Batani • USS Cairo • USS Crazy Horse • USS Fearless • USS Grissom • USS Intrepid • USS Livingston • USS Melbourne • USS Potemkin • USS Roosevelt • USS Valley Forge • USS Maddoc • USS LeMunche • USS Yamoto • USS Syracuse • USS Kaempfert • USS Peter Ham • USS Jennilee • USS Beasley • USS Clyde A. Dugas • USS Marron W. Swart • USS Tonawanda • USS Jackson • USS Niagara • USS Mysliwy • USS Nebraska • USS Dunn • USS Cropper • USS Ferrone • USS McBoeb • USS Mattacks • USS Bell • USS Mercury • USS Paul Revere • USS Liberty • USS Concord • USS Boston • USS Fenway • USS Aurbach • USS Commonwealth • USS Adams
I think i'm through deleting all now -- Captain MKB 00:33, October 17, 2011 (UTC)
Material from unreleased material, deletable according to long standing policy ("don't create the article until the the source has been released") no existing sources explicitly mention this character. -- Captain MKB 23:26, March 1, 2012 (UTC)
Matthias W. JeffriesEdit
Spyro The Dragon from user PleasemrpostmanEdit
Various "Bactrician" articlesEdit
I've renamed all articles from Bactricia/n to Bactrica/n, as per spelling in DS9 - The Lives of Dax short story: "The Music Between the Notes" but there're a few pages left that qualify for immediate deletion, I believe: Bactrician Triad - an unused redirect, and Bactrician triad (which now correctly exist as Bactrican Triad), and Bactrician third (which now correctly exists as Bactrican Third). I think the Bactricians category page should also be deleted as the spelling is incorrect and only two Bactricans are listed. Thanks -- Cyfa (talk) 12:16, April 13, 2013 (UTC)
- It was the originally promoted name for the series, so it should stay. There should also be mention of that name (which changed, obviously) on the article too. -- sulfur (talk) 19:10, April 17, 2013 (UTC)