Please, stop adding unconfirmed content. Yes, Lex suggested they put together a "league of their own". But a) it's simply an idea, and b) it was never named in any context. If something hasn't been confirmed in any of the DCEU media, then it's simple: don't add it.
And so there are multiple pages that shouldn't have the titles they should have. In this case, my issue is twofold:
Lex only suggests the idea to Deathstroke, so it's not even a fully-formed idea yet. That's like saying as of the end of Batman v Superman, the Justice League included Bruce and Diana, which was not the case.
You've inferred the name based on comic books, all Lex says is "a league of our own", so it could be anything from the 'Extra-Justice League' to the 'Subjustice League'.
There is no precedent for your name, as the comics are not a reliable source.
Everything here is based on the comics. Therefore a lot of the speculatory information would be valid in that they're reflective of the comics, even if it's unconfirmed.
The issue would be whether or not the information is presented as being definite or not; ergo, if it was presented as this is the Injustice League, as opposed to this might be the Injustice League, then it'd be a contested article.
For some reason, you opted to undo a number of edits I'd made to clean up the format and flow of the page. Please don't do that again, as there was nothing wrong with the format of the page as was (save for a few minor edits that slipped through).
Yes, I can see, but that doesn't mean delete everything without offering a reason - which would then be discussed and could've been brought to a mutual agreement as to what and how the page should look according to everyone.
Had I not wanted to discuss things, I wouldn't have made the post on your message wall titled "Flash page", and not "Don't edit the Flash page".
My initial message was me explaining why I am contesting your edits, and not my imposing an unreasonable demand of you not adding your insight and contributions to the page - and by extension, the wiki. :)
If you'd like to join the discussion, the most recent is under General Discussions, and others are found on admin message walls. Please refer to them before completely reverting articles edited as per the discussed changes to be made
Very will, I will state why - because I like editing the character pages in a very specific predictable pattern, and I dislike it when people seeks to actively interfere with that, as I feel like it's disrespectful to the hours of work I've put into editing pages. Yes, I dislike change, I'm afraid, and no admins have had problems with that so far, thankfully. xD
On the contrary, MakeShift has stated that he is against the format of the Powers and Abilities section (as has Chris), and other users have contributed to that ideal. You being unable to accept change is a singular, personal matter best reserved for personal things, not something public made for an audience.
Most of your edits haven't been very notable in being against the changes, and have even contributed to them on a few occasions, so I'm not sure why these ones would be any different.
In most cases, I agree with you. Text, with a few graphics here and there, is a good way to comprehend things. But if such a thing becomes repetitive, and there's no variation of regulation of how much of what can be put on an article, it makes it unappealing.
Also, not everyone shares your appeal in walls of text. Some want summaries, some want specific things to be mentioned. Hence the need for a discussion
1) The general overview (the first section of the page) should be about the character's progression within the DCEU in a generalized way, so not with specific story points and the retelling of scenes (hence my omission of the race with Superman.
As well, the Weaknesses tab has long been argued against when it comes to the content. And this goes for all current characters, not just Flash. The creation of bullets stating a character is weak against another character of similar strength was deemed redundant as it is seen as 'common knowledge', so I opted to replace it with a general overview by using the Beings of Equal/Greater Power/Skill bullet as the main overview of the tab, then listing distinct traits with bullet points.
Would you like to create a sort of "Example/Template" article to better discuss it. We can make two separate headings, one in which you show your format, one for mine, and a third would be used for compromises?
Both. We both edit and tweak the Compromise section, and provide arguments as to the reason for said edits. Like what we already were doing on the main Flash page.
This way, an agreed upon format can be adopted for the character pages in the future, as well as adapted to current ones. This way, if a future occurrence happens (hopefully between other editors xD), the agreed upon format can then be used as a standard for what the pages should look like, negating the need for further debates.
I've told you things like this before. Stop automatically capitalising letters in lists. If it's not a proper noun or start of a sentence/thought, then it should be lower case. Also, don't just link to random pages if something warrants its own page. I've asked you to refrain from these sort of things before, please stop doing them.
What's wrong with using a HD image instead of camera quality? Also, tabber function is outdated for image switch and isnt mobile frinedly as opposed to the gallery function, which is built to be mobile friendly.
Every edit ice done has been from mobile, and the tabber function has worked perfectly fine. Also, the Ares image you replaced it with his blurred due to it being captured while the figure is in motion, and it being an image of his CGI self, therefore lacking proper structure to be used as his profile image.
I ssuggest either uploading a clearer image or finding one.
The image TimeShade uploaded was good. It's HD and not blurry, as opposed to the original one which was terrible cam quality. Also, the gallery function is built-in, meaning it is guaranteed to work. I've also seen Tabber not work on mobile, so what he did was right.
There's definitely nothing wrong with a little discussion, but it is an irrefutable fact that an HD image is preferred over a cam quality rip; not to mention, I have no doubt the cam quality one is on some level illegal.
I do not have a source, but it's based on logical deductive reasoning. What do I mean? Because the DCEU tends to be comic book accurate, and in the comics, DS has a level superhuman strength, and is on par with Batman as a martial artist (even defeating Batman in some of their fights), and since DS is going up against Batfleck in the DCEU, it would only be logical to assume that his strength and martial arts skills are on par with Batfleck's.
Very likely - the series is confirmed to be based on time-travel, and just like in that one Superman animated series episode where Braniac is faced and defeated in Superman's past, I feel like it could be him
It's a logically consistent educated guess to make - he's on Batman's side in the Injustice War because he goes out of his way to run back in time to warn Batman, instead of running back in time to warn Superman. Hence, one can logically conclude that Flash was a member of the Insurgency, whom Batman ordered to go back in time in order to warn his past self to prevent the Injustice War.
I see you undid my edit on Superman. My reasoning was that while these events are related to Superman, since it is a biography, his biography should detail what he does and pretty much just that. I feel all the stuff that was removed isn't completely vital to his biography.
I see your point, but I respectfully disagree - from where I stand, all of that additional info is closely tied to Superman, and it serves to offer better insight into his character, actions, and biography.
I don't see that. Why is telling us about the Superman committee, something he barely interacts with, necessary? Or why are detailed statements of the people discussing him needed, when the main purpose of his biography should be how it affected him?
EDIT: not to mention the undoing of the edit massively messes up the layout of the page. If you undo it again, pay attention to how messed up the page gets
Because it's interesting, and has to to with giving us insight into the public's perception of Superman - it's an eclectic compilation of data pertinent to Superman. As for the detailed statements, for all we know, he saw them on TV as well, and they would have procured the same reaction in him as seeing Finch's interview - dismay, uncertainly, and calling his mother. It's of thematic significance to the character xD
However, he doesn't respond to what really is being said, rather he responds to the mistrust and fear towards him, rather than the exact statments. Their statements dont need to be completely written out, it destroys any reason to go to the pages of those who say it. Superman is barely affected by much of the stuff mentioned. It's odd reading "Superman"'s biography and getting to sections that aren't really about Superman.