Hey, I'm not sure if you'll see this, it seems the last time you replied to anyone on your wall was 2 years. But I have a question, where did you find the author's substutution cipher wheel and bill cipher's substutution cipher pyramid? I own the canonical copy of Journal 3 and have only found the Combined cipher wheel.
Nothing official in the guidelines (yet, anyway) but the order is set to be standardized. The way it is organized is to have all of the most common categories first. The shorts being sorted between Season 1 and Season 2 is because of the air date (a while ago, before I was admin on here, I think it mighta been Yazzy, I had talked with one of the admins about "shorts" info being placed before "season 2" and she had agreed. I can try to find the conversation if you want)
When I looked at the order changes you made, it looked like some of the other categories, such as gender and shorts, were also reordered. Which is all to say this conversation was not started solely on the "Articles with conjectural titles" being moved in the order.
Like I said I just changed them since I didn't see anything new in the guidelines? The only reason this sort of escalated was that you said something about a logic behind it. I just questioned it, really...
Why is that even there? "Xpcveaoqfoxso" is simply the encoded name of the episode. Not only that, but Disney doesn't use that prank name any more. If we were to add that unofficial title we'd have to add the other names as well which are: "Xpcveaoqfoxso 2: Escape From Mabelland" and "Xpcveaoqfoxso 3: Take Back The Falls." Unreadable and very conjectural in my opinion.
I put it there because that was the only episode that they ever used a "prank name" (as you call it). There would be no reason to add it to 2x19 and 2x20 because that title was not used when announcing the episode. Only for 2x18. It's just trivia, not a redirect or anything.
Actually, yes, the names I stated we're used when announcing said episodes we even had a discussion about this. I'm not going to fight over the same thing again so do has you please. Trivia or not I'm not going to "fight back."
I didn't realize that XFinity also used that for 2x19, but they also got the second half of the title wrong. Anywhoseits, you seem to have a preference whether or not it ends up in the trivia. But if you don't mind so much, I think it has a place in the trivia for the episode.
If it were up to me, we would also have the "Escape from Mabelland" alternate title in the trivia section for Episode 39 as well. If we can have the trivia in Soos Ramirez about TV captions misspelling his name as "Zeus" I don't see why we can't have Trivia about TV Guides making mistakes with the episode title.
1. The "Zeus" trivia shouldn't even be there. Why, because, there is no source. Anyone's TV captions could have a misspelling. Heck, my TV said "Eipper Pines" once. Only official Disney spelling mistakes are allowed see this example (link not the bad grammar).
2. There's no way I'm going through this again. Be it wrong or right, you may do as you will, I'm not going to go against it.
You are right on the no source thing, but there are obvious reasons for not adding the "Eipper" thing, even if it has a source. Whereas, if a source can be found, the Zeus thing may be restored (assuming if happens often, not just one or two times).