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Closing as invalid, as only one vote was seemingly cast during the RfC's runtime. The proposer is free to repropose this RfC if they wish. HibiscusCrown20 (talk) 01:36, 23 December 2022 (UTC)
Main pages should be the company's origin/main location of operation
Yesterday, I was editing the Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment page, and noticed how the page was split in two sections (main and international). I am fine with that, but there's a couple problems I noticed with it..
- Some international versions were still in the original page, resulting in a weird mismash of logo variants.
- Entire logos (even ones that had main variants in the US) were moved to the international page, making the main page feel empty.
Now, that latter problem is why I am here. I heard the wiki is no longer US-centric and that's fine with me. I only am here to present the idea that main pages should be the company's origin/main location of operation. In this case, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment operates in the US. If this change were to be made, logos (like the Disney Videos box logo or whatever its called again) would have its international variants moved to the international page, and the main versions (the ones that appeared in the US) would be left in the main page.
Soo yeah, what do you think?
edit: admittedly I did explain this a little garbage-ish, the page I mentioned is an example of what could be done, and this can be applied to basically any page
Support That's kind of what's being done here, but I'm down with it either way. Doctorine Dark (talk) 09:42, 3 December 2022 (UTC)
OK, maybe you should kept one page normally. Nattasorn (talk) 09:24, 9 December 2022 (UTC)
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