Difference between revisions of "User:BrianSchweitzer/Link Phrases Proposal"

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* NOW: Artist provided graphic design for Track
 
* NOW: Artist provided graphic design for Track
 
* PROPOSED: Artist provided graphic design support for Track
 
* PROPOSED: Artist provided graphic design support for Track
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* NOW: Artist provided legal representation for Release
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* PROPOSED: Artist provided legal representation support for Release
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* NOW: Artist provided legal representation for Track
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* PROPOSED: Artist provided legal representation support for Track
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* NOW: Artist provided merchandising for Release
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* PROPOSED: Artist provided merchandising support for Release
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* NOW: Artist provided merchandising for Track
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* PROPOSED: Artist provided merchandising support for Track
  
 
== Phrases that actually make sense as an English (partial) sentence ==
 
== Phrases that actually make sense as an English (partial) sentence ==

Revision as of 00:09, 24 March 2010

Generally cleaning up phrasing used

  • NOW: Artist has a biography page at URL
  • PROPOSED: Artist has a biography at URL
  • NOW: Artist has a discography page at URL
  • PROPOSED: Artist has a discography at URL


Support for past and present tense when either could be true for the AR

  • NOW: Artist had a creative position at Label
  • PROPOSED: Artist had/has a creative position at Label
  • NOW: Artist had an engineer position Label
  • PROPOSED: Artist had/has an engineer position Label
  • NOW: Artist had a producer position at Label
  • PROPOSED: Artist had/has a producer position at Label
  • NOW: Artist had a recording contract with Label
  • PROPOSED: Artist had/has a recording contract with Label

Consistency in terminology

  • NOW: Artist has a fan page at URL
  • PROPOSED: Artist has a fan web site at URL
  • NOW: Artist has an official homepage at URL
  • PROPOSED: Artist has an official web site at URL


Consistency in phrasing

  • NOW: Artist provided art direction on Release
  • PROPOSED: Artist provided art direction support for Release
  • NOW: Artist provided art direction on Track
  • PROPOSED: Artist provided art direction support for Track
  • NOW: Artist provided booking for Release
  • PROPOSED: Artist provided booking support for Release
  • NOW: Artist provided booking for Track
  • PROPOSED: Artist provided booking support for Track
  • NOW: Artist provided creative direction for Release
  • PROPOSED: Artist provided creative direction support for Release
  • NOW: Artist provided creative direction for Track
  • PROPOSED: Artist provided creative direction support for Track
  • NOW: Artist provided design/illustration for Release
  • PROPOSED: Artist provided design and/or illustration support for Release
  • NOW: Artist provided design/illustration for Track
  • PROPOSED: Artist provided design and/or illustration support for Track
  • NOW: Artist provided graphic design for Release
  • PROPOSED: Artist provided graphic design support for Release
  • NOW: Artist provided graphic design for Track
  • PROPOSED: Artist provided graphic design support for Track
  • NOW: Artist provided legal representation for Release
  • PROPOSED: Artist provided legal representation support for Release
  • NOW: Artist provided legal representation for Track
  • PROPOSED: Artist provided legal representation support for Track
  • NOW: Artist provided merchandising for Release
  • PROPOSED: Artist provided merchandising support for Release
  • NOW: Artist provided merchandising for Track
  • PROPOSED: Artist provided merchandising support for Track

Phrases that actually make sense as an English (partial) sentence

  • NOW: Artist (type) orchestra performed Release
  • PROPOSED: Artist performed as a/an (type) orchestra on Release
  • NOW: Artist (type) orchestra performed Track
  • PROPOSED: Artist performed as a/an (type) orchestra on Track
  • NOW: Artist programmed Release
  • PROPOSED: Artist programmed electronic instruments used on Release
  • NOW: Artist programmed Track
  • PROPOSED: Artist programmed electronic instruments used on Track
  • NOW: Artist music can be downloaded for free at URL
  • PROPOSED: Artist has music which can be downloaded for free at URL
  • NOW: Artist music can be purchased for download at URL
  • PROPOSED: Artist has music which can be purchased for download at URL
  • NOW: Artist music can be purchased for mail-order at URL
  • PROPOSED: Artist has music which can be purchased for mail-order at URL


Fix tenses to be consistent (actions for a Release or Track took place in the past)

  • NOW: Artist has a miscellaneous role on Release
  • PROPOSED: Artist had a miscellaneous role on Release
  • NOW: Artist has a miscellaneous role on Track
  • PROPOSED: Artist had a miscellaneous role on Track


Fix quantities; it cannot be 'the' something, if there are more than 1 of that something listed

  • NOW: Artist is the child of Artist
  • PROPOSED: Artist is a child of Artist
  • NOW: Artist is the parent of Artist
  • PROPOSED: Artist is a parent of Artist


Other

"online community" is an outdated phrase, if it ever was current; "social networking" is a phrase many more will be familiar with (and know when the AR is or isn't right)

  • NOW: Artist has an online community page at URL
  • PROPOSED: Artist has a social networking page at URL
  • Also rename the AR from Online Community Relationship Type to Social Networking Relationship Type, to match the new phrasology
  • NOW: URL is an online community page for Artist
  • PROPOSED: URL is a social networking web page for Artist

"We have composers, lyricists, etc who also have performance names; "performs as" doesn't make sense for those contexts

  • NOW: Artist is a performance name for the person Artist
  • PROPOSED: Artist is a performance name for the person with the legal name Artist
  • NOW: Artist performs as Artist
  • PROPOSED: Artist uses the stage name Artist

"Providing instrumentation" doesn't make a lot of sense; the past tense of the verb is "instrumentated"

  • NOW: Artist provided instrumentation for Release
  • PROPOSED: Artist instrumentated Release
  • NOW: Artist provided instrumentation for Track
  • PROPOSED: Artist instrumentated Track