Difference between revisions of "User talk:Jacobbrett/Release Event Style"

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"medium" is perhaps not the best word to use. "Medium" is a new entity type in NGS, so this will become a bit confusing as to whether you're talking about the medium or the Medium.  [[User:BrianSchweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 02:30, 17 March 2010 (UTC)
 
"medium" is perhaps not the best word to use. "Medium" is a new entity type in NGS, so this will become a bit confusing as to whether you're talking about the medium or the Medium.  [[User:BrianSchweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 02:30, 17 March 2010 (UTC)
 
: I disagree. I think they're one and the same and that it's totally accurate to relate a release format with the physical medium the release is issued on. --[[User:PavanChander|navap]] 05:13, 17 March 2010 (UTC)
 
: I disagree. I think they're one and the same and that it's totally accurate to relate a release format with the physical medium the release is issued on. --[[User:PavanChander|navap]] 05:13, 17 March 2010 (UTC)
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Re: "Each attribute is optional, though the more complete a Release entry is, the better."  Technically, this isn't true.  Script and language both are manditory, though they each have an "I don't know" which is functionally equivalent.  Neither can be left blank (since ~2006/2007), however.  [[User:BrianFreud|BrianFreud]] 08:37, 21 October 2010 (UTC)

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"medium" is perhaps not the best word to use. "Medium" is a new entity type in NGS, so this will become a bit confusing as to whether you're talking about the medium or the Medium. BrianSchweitzer 02:30, 17 March 2010 (UTC)

I disagree. I think they're one and the same and that it's totally accurate to relate a release format with the physical medium the release is issued on. --navap 05:13, 17 March 2010 (UTC)

Re: "Each attribute is optional, though the more complete a Release entry is, the better." Technically, this isn't true. Script and language both are manditory, though they each have an "I don't know" which is functionally equivalent. Neither can be left blank (since ~2006/2007), however. BrianFreud 08:37, 21 October 2010 (UTC)