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  • Anon3610

    So, we know that the artists of the songs of S1-3 was Cartoon Family. Looking back at the credits for the seasons, I found some information which I think are publishers/labels: Warner Chappell Music Italians S.R.L. (research confirms it is a publisher), Ninap S.R.L. (Which Ben found to be a label due to a previous webpage concerning Magiche Canzoni!), and Tridemensional S.R.L., a publisher who became the lone wolf once S4 came and still publishes Winx songs today. So, my question is, do we add this info to every song/album article? I’m just unsure of when each one arrived. Is it as simple as they all came during each new season like displayed below? Or are we missing something? Maybe looking at actual album packaging could be beneficial.

    S1…

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    Go vote for next month’s featured article and media here!

    Edit: The poll is over! Go see the results!

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    Attention all potential editors: the Fairy Rescue Section is officially re-opened for business! Become a member today and help the wiki grow: let's fill in some articles!

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    Standards Overhaul

    July 21, 2018 by Anon3610

    This originally started out as a few measly edits and turned out to be a two-day project. I visited the standards page and wanted to make it a bit more comprehensive, and turned it into something that can really cover everything a potential editor could ever want or need - as a standards page should be: a comprehensive guide, if you will, to the way of our wiki.

    We originally had the infoboxes for certain articles cascading down the page, and then some detailing on their Article Layout. I put the original two in a tabber to reduce page length, and thought "well, this is a standards page, why not cover every major infobox, and by association, that article's layout?"

    That is what made made this project turn out so long, and what prompted these…

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    After conversing with some users and doing some research, I found that the now defunct Fairy Rescue Section was once used to recruit users to edit actively on articles that need the most attention. I’ve noticed that for the amount of users voting in polls, we could probably have that many editing if we engage and ask for some extra hands (which we desperately need for many barren articles); this forum could be a great way to do that, especially if we highlight it on our main page. I’ve reformatted and modernized the forum and archived previous requests in order for us to envision what a success a revitalized F.R.S. could be. However, if we, as a group, do not find this idea conducive to more desirable edits, I will personally rollback all …

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