Wikipedia:WikiProject Novels/Harry Potter task force/General

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On the infobox for Godric's Hollow I left the affiliation blank because I wasn't sure on how to word it exactly and I left appearance blank as I forgot in which book they first mentioned it. If anyone could add these two things, that would be great. -Hoekenheef 16:15, 3 Jun 2005 (UTC)

There seems to be a bit of a dispute between myself and User: over whether the Dursley family should have their own page or not. Personally, I think that they are fine being on the Relatives of Harry Potter page, but the afore mentioned user does not seem to think so. If any of you have an opinion on this matter, please states it here. Thank you. -Hoekenheef 19:15, 3 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Just an opinion, but I think the Dursley family should stay where they are, simply because without them the 'Relatives' page is going to be pretty empty. While I speculate that the Author may introduce us to (possibly remote) members of his father's family over the next two books, until that happens I see no reason to create two really short articles when one middling-short one will do fine. Kevin Wells 16:37, 8 Jun 2005 (UTC)

I agree with leaving them under Relatives. After all, they are not central to the novels. If you only see the characters in the first chapter and then briefly in the final chapter of the books, then the truly do not merit their own page. Mukk 13.29, 13 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Agree with that. Petunia will soon need her own page, although at the moment, she is just another Dursley. Jotomicron | talk 09:53, 22 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Neatnate's HP List[edit]

For your reference, User:Neatnate/hplist is a huge list of articles.

British Columbia Injunction[edit]

I added a blurb under Harry Potter and one under Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince , and uploaded a copy of the injunction regarding the pre-sales restrictions Raincoast was granted by the BC court. As it would likely be nice to add more links to other people's discussion of the issue, it may merit moving to its own article page, to conserve space in the other articles... thoughts?

Hobart 06:18, 17 July 2005 (UTC)Reply[reply]