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With the advent of publisher editing, and the plans for publisher merging in future, i think we need to resume our discussion of how to handle publisher names, and this time bring it to at least a partial conclusion. I propose the following steps:
(unindent) Looks like we have a consensus re: changing Help to allow "digest" books and an overwhelming majority in favor of calling the binding simply "digest". I plan to make the change on Tuesday morning unless there are other comments posted here. Ahasuerus 22:28, 30 June 2008 (UTC)
I just verified McLendon's Syndrome with the existing publisher "Ballantine Del Rey" as it seems someone had put it into the "Del Rey Discoveries" series already, and internally it is definitely a Del Rey book published by Ballantine. However, when I thought I'd check the other books in the series, there aren't any, and the first I thought of adding, Demon Drums turned out to be in another series already, so ISFDB series won't work. I've dealt with multiple series occasionally by creating lists on the publisher page, but Ballantine Del Rey is a publisher so big we could end up with a massive page with lots of lists of "Publisher Series" on. So I'm tempted to make "Del Rey Discovery" an imprint of its own, obviously a child imprint of Ballantine or Del Rey or both - and I see we already have Ballantine Del Rey Discovery. So: does anyone object to this plan, and if not what is the preferred imprint? BLongley 20:12, 22 July 2008 (UTC)
Some of these books are just straight read and chose. With one of my books you also need one dice and besides choosing a choice you also roll the dice and then look up stuff in one of a number of tables to see how your score got adjusted. It was still a single player thing but it is more like a game in that you keep a score. I don't think two people could play at the same time as the book also had you jumping to sections based on your choices and the outcome of dice rolls. Sorry, I can't remember the title but the setting was future warriors and you were a leader of a small commando team that would get dropped planet-side. The warriors had these "jumper" or "bounder" rocket backpacks that allowed them to move rapidly by jumping. The bad guys seemed to be creatures that lived underground. Marc Kupper (talk) 03:55, 20 September 2008 (UTC)
User:Bluesman added some notes to Venus, Inc. and also noted that the verifier has not used talk page in almost a year. That is true in that User:Animebill has not contributed on the wiki since 25 November 2007. I'd like to propose that if someone is inactive for more than a year that a current editor would be free to copy/paste a "stale" verification into the notes and to mark the publication as verified with their own name. I'd assume we'd post a notice on the talk page and also try to contact the editor via e-mail to see if they plan to return Marc Kupper (talk) 04:51, 18 October 2008 (UTC)