Stage48 Wiki - Organization & Discussion

Discussion in 'Announcements & News' started by aakun, Aug 3, 2010.

  1. gotbild

    gotbild Kenkyuusei Stage48 Donor

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    Just a small error, two in fact. This side: http://stage48.net/wiki/index.php/Team_A_5th_Stage
    In Senshuuraku there are 18 members listed. I don't think Oshima Mai and Kawasaki Nozomi were there, they were already graduated. Maybe they were there for saying hello and good bye but if so not as participating members.
     
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  2. bonjourmarlene

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    Here are some examples of songs that we've done that for
    http://stage48.net/wiki/index.php/Koibito_Inai_Senshuken
    http://stage48.net/wiki/index.php/Chikai_no_ni_Hanareteru
    http://stage48.net/wiki/index.php/Kimi_no_C/W
    http://stage48.net/wiki/index.php/Hell_or_Heaven
    http://stage48.net/wiki/index.php/Rollin'_Rollin'

    As you can see, this is mostly for the songs that are released through games. That's because sometimes, the game version has a certain lineup but then the first official performance is done by someone else
    • Koibito Inai Senshuken was determined by votes through AKB48 Beat Carnival but the first performance was a Team B version
    • Chikai no ni Hanareteru was also determined by votes in the game but the first performance was a Team A version
    • Kimi no Coupling was a Team Surprise song (=arcade game in Japan) that got only performed for real as stage songs by other teams
    • Hell or Heaven was also a Team Surprise song
    • Rollin' Rollin' was performed on Produce 48 and the original members were Produce 48 members, but IZ*ONE then performed it for the first time on their Eyes On Me Asia tour
    As for Request Hour places, I believe they should show up on every song. Maybe they just need updating from the 2020 Request List, but they usually show if a song has ranked at request list. Putting every single unit performance would be too much, in my opinion, but it's interesting if the very first performance is by someone other than the original lineup.
     
  3. Akira Maruni Harvestrainer48

    Akira Maruni Harvestrainer48 Kenkyuusei

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    Should we merge these page into one page since both are identical page ?
    * Team Surprise 3rd Stage and Team Surprise 4th Stage
    * JKT48 Circus Part 3 and JKT48 Circus Part 4
    * etc, if there is

    Note: We can add some information to distinguish something different.
     
  4. sdn48oshi

    sdn48oshi Kenkyuusei

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    Hoshino Michiru has released a few singles and albums since her wiki page was last updated.

    Singles:
    (July 22 2015) Natsu Nandashi
    (Oct 19 2016) Watashi ga Obasan ni Nattemo
    (May 25 2016) Discotheque ni Tsurettete
    (July 6 2016) Love Me Again feat. Ikkubaru
    (May 31 2017) Kagami no Naka no Watashi
    (May 31 2017) Nagareboshi Rendez-vous
    (Mar 6 2019) Gyakko

    Album:
    (Sep 2 2015) YOU LOVE ME
    (Nov 30 2016) You Love Me More Today Than Yesterday
    (nov 30 2016) Suteki ni X’Mas Night
    (June 21 2017) 12 Signs of the Zodiac
    (Oct 23 2019) Suki ga Kirei Desu ne

    Cover Album:
    (sep 7 2016) My Favorite Songs

    And now she has officially surpassed Tomochin as the former member with the most music releases.
     
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  5. Izzy Trinh

    Izzy Trinh Kenkyuusei

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    I've just found a little mistake here: Rollin' Rollin' was the most popular song during the Concept Evaluation and thus the only song that was performed on M Countdown.
    Each songs in Produce 48 - 30 Girls 6 Concepts did perform on M!Countdown, not just Rollin Rollin team, it was a gift from the athletics games.not the gift for winning the 3rd performance round.
    Since the version in M!Countdown it was just a short ver Special stage, I think you should guide the link of the performance from the show instead:
    In the wiki for the song Rumor:
    - The center is Kim Sihyeon not Lee Sian

    - Kim Sihyeon is from Yuehua Entertainment, not Individual trainee

    PRODUCE48 FINAL: The CD information is mistaken, the album name is Produce48 Final, not Produce 48 - 30 Girls 6 Concepts
     
  6. bonjourmarlene

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    They're not identical. Team Surprise 3rd Stage was called "Shouri no Megami", 4th Stage was called "Hokori no Oka." Shouri no Megami only has 7 songs, Hokori no Oka has 12 songs (5 original, the other 7 taken from Shouri no Megami).

    As for JKT48 Circus Part 3+4, why did they re-release the exact same single?

    Also, I wish people would spellcheck their English. "Another Single" is not proper English. Why is the page not just called "JKT48 Circus Part 3 (Single)"? I've said this before. This is especially prominent on JKT48 pages. The Trivia sections are barely understandable on some singles', events' or members' pages because the English grammar is so poor. I really wouldn't mind doing it if someone asked me to go over it, it's really bothering me when it's done wrong.

    Thanks for the corrections. Instead of adding every single performance video, I've removed the video from Rollin' Rollin' – we usually don't add performance videos, but it was done in this case because it was special. Since it's not special anymore, it doesn't make sense to have it there and not all performance videos (by that I mean every single song on the wiki, not just PD48 songs).

    I've changed the mistake in Produce 48 Final, the center for Rumor and Sihyeon's agency.
     
  7. ootamudkip

    ootamudkip Kenkyuusei

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    I'll try to fix that after I'm done with work, meanwhile if it's not too bothersome to you can you list pages with grammar mistakes? If it's too long to post here you can just DM me if that's okay. Cheers
     
  8. Akira Maruni Harvestrainer48

    Akira Maruni Harvestrainer48 Kenkyuusei

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    I'm so sorry to all of Wiki48 members (especially to both of you) if I have made messes in Wiki48, especially with my lack skill English and etc. No problem if all of you blame to me (especially if you wanna give me a label as a damn person who bring bad luck); but please, we shouldn't make any drama on internet because of this (no commotion, please).
     
  9. bonjourmarlene

    bonjourmarlene Upcoming Girls

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    I don't blame you. I've looked at the pages that I realised where misspelled and they were created and edited by various people. No one single person is at fault, I only want to put it out as advice for everyone who feels their English isn't top notch. Working on something like the wiki is good practice for improving one's English, so I wouldn't want anyone to stop.
     
  10. Boma Adhi

    Boma Adhi Kenkyuusei

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    A small error on this page:
    http://stage48.net/wiki/index.php/AKB48#Concerts

    On the concert list, no. 85, AKB48 53rd Single Sekai Senbatsu Sousenkyo Concert ~Sekai no Center wa Dare da?~, the date is listed as:

    2016.06.16
    (wrong)

    it should be:

    2018.06.16 (right)

    The concert was part of the 2018 Sousenkyo, so the date should be 2018 not 2016.

    Meanwhile, the actual concert page (http://stage48.net/wiki/index.php/AKB48_53rd_Single_Sekai_Senbatsu_Sousenkyo_Concert_~Sekai_no_Center_wa_Dare_da?~) has the correct date.

    Thank you.
     
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  11. gotbild

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  12. bonjourmarlene

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    I'm not sure I consider this an error. Japanese doesn't use spaces. If you look at Sakamichi releases, they often don't have spaces at all. For example

    http://stage48.net/wiki/index.php/Yoakemade_Tsuyogaranakutemoii

    That's technically "Yoake made Tsuyo ga Ranakute mo Ii" (夜明けまで強がらなくてもいい) if you go by what is actually a separate word. The spelling that is used here is the same as used by Spotify, Apple Music and other streaming/digital purchase websites in English. I personally don't think it matters because it doesn't change the meaning and I don't think there is an "official" romaji version – correct me if I'm wrong on that. But I don't think it's a big deal, myself.
     
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  13. gotbild

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    But if you go down to the songs they use spaces. I agree it's not a big deal, but it is a problem if you try to seek the wiki for the song and use "au tabi" like the spelling in Studio48. You don't find it. Like I did. To have different spellings there and in wiki is inconsistent. But which is the most right?

    Edit:Ive got an idea. The most easy way to fix it is to have a page with "au tabi" and link it to the other page.
     
  14. rka

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    The spelling is not the problem, the pedantic, zero-mismatch allowing search engine of the wiki is.
     
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  15. gotbild

    gotbild Kenkyuusei Stage48 Donor

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    Agree. But as long we have this poor search engine we have to be careful with the spelling. I'll check with my friend.
     
  16. wlerin

    wlerin Upcoming Girls

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    That long string of hiragana is a verb conjugation: It should be Yoake made Tsuyogaranakute mo Ii.
    If it's available for streaming in English and those sites use that spelling though, then we should leave it as is (unfortunately).


    As for Kimi ni Au Tabi Koi wo Suru, Au tabi are separate words and thus should be separate. I'll probably move the page (need to research a few things first.)

    edit: JKT48 splits them, that's as close as I can find to an official romanisation: https://www.jkt48.com/theater/song/id/20?lang=id
    Studio48 also already has them separated.

    I've moved the page, and I'll change the spelling on the stage pages (and move the JKT48 and SNH48 versions too), but I'm not going to change it on each member's page. The redirect will take care of that anyway.
     
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  17. gotbild

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  18. gotbild

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    Everything in AKB48 is now circulating around OUC48. Maybe it is a good idea to have a page about that in the Wiki too? I can't find any information about it.
     
  19. bonjourmarlene

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    How are you suggesting we integrate it?
     
  20. sscrla

    sscrla Stage48 Moderator Staff Member Stage48 Moderator

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    Without going into great detail as to every video uploaded, you could have a Ouchi (OUC48) Project page, similar to Dareka no Tame ni (Charity Project) and AKB48 Group Solo Gravure Contest Project.

    Just include a little information about staying at home during the corona virus while the the theaters were closed and handshake events were not permitted.

    This way if someone searches for OUC48, they will get some info. The current search result is
    "Create the page "OUC48" on this wiki!"
    There were no results matching the query.
     

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