Is Defy still open? I think it may have closed down but not 100% sure. Also I believe Upsett Records is closed too, although they might be still operating as an online store. --Nicksmusicbasement 13:05, 2 July 2008 (NZST)
Removing the following until someone works out correct name:
- That Dance Vinyl Shop on Collingwood Street that I Forget the Name of--22.214.171.124 15:40, 2 July 2008 (NZST) (thedugganaut)
be consistent Dan. if you're going to insist on a certain format for shop/venue names apply it to all the articles and to all the insatnces of that name in the article. and make it the same format; the other day you were italicising (Revert- albiet sporadically), now it's bold.
I spend ages correcting so many things, and everything around here seems to be done differently by different people. If you don't like it, change it. it's a wiki. --Danduran 04:38, 16 April 2006 (BST)
the point was that when you "correct" (egotistical choice of word) something with three different formats in the same article you look like a bit of a fool. the suggestion is to just step back and stick to the basics rather than specific formatting conventions which, like you've said, will never be universal anyway.
curious what this flurry of "stubbing" is. why only those four articles? also, does stubbing imply the article needs to be expanded? I would think these brief articles are pretty much sufficient.
I pretty much just look what's been edited recently, and if the article looks to me to be a stub, I add the 'stub' thingee, to encourage others to add more. Doesn't matter if they're sufficient in your view or not, if I think they're a stub, I label them as such, regardless of whether in one person's opinion they're long enough. Someone out there might know more and want to add more. It's a wiki. Don't like something? Change it. --Danduran 09:03, 26 May 2006 (BST)