User talk:Erhannis

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Welcome to the wiki! The dates in the info box should be written DD MMM YYYY, otherwise it looks great.
--LLin 11:00, 8 May 2007 (CDT)

Cool, thanks! (Is this how one comments?)

Hmm, not quite. Did you enter that formatting by hand, or is there a dialog-thing you can type in? Whatever.

Indents are handled by a colon ":" at the start of the line. Remember to use the "sign your name" bit to add the name and timestamp.
--LLin 12:08, 8 May 2007 (CDT)
Oh, ok. Thanks!
--Erhannis 15:24, 8 May 2007 (CDT)
Should I post additional questions here, rather than email you? I was wondering how I should handle a 2 disk set; would there be two separate tracklists? Thanks!
--Erhannis 15:31, 8 May 2007 (CDT)
I tried it the most logical way that came to mind. If something should be done differently, just post here or email me or something. By the way, the points I had in mind were how I should designate the properties of the different CDs, like length and number of tracks; whether I should label the two tracklists; what to do (if anything) about the fact that there is no individual track times listed (maybe get rid of the time column?); and whether or not to keep the notes broken into two lines like it is on the original page. Thanks!
--Erhannis 15:54, 8 May 2007 (CDT)
More notes; the karaoke version has no listed release date (I'll leave it blank for now), as well as no track listing or play time (I'll assume they're the same as the vocal soundtrack). Also, any idea why, if I leave the release date blank, it still shows up in the box, while the other blank fields disappear? Thanks!
--Erhannis 16:08, 8 May 2007 (CDT)
The release date and catalog # are "required" fields that are always displayed by the template. This behavior is changeable but I figured only a few CDs are lacking those details and some searching on google should pull up the missing details
--LLin 08:52, 9 May 2007 (CDT)
Okay, several more questions. I noticed that in the Vocal Album, between the disk info and the tracklist, it says "Image songs by Azumi Inoue and others." Does this affect the "Composer" field, or is there somewhere that that should be written? The same thing with the disk of two singles "sung by Azumi Inoue." Also, how would I handle that disk, overall? Should I use the corresponding track info from previous disks? Also, one of the release dates is missing, as well as the play time. Finally, the last disk on the page is just a mess of questions, such as: How do I title it (do I prefix "Kiki's Delivery Service"?)? There's no publisher, play time, or catalog number. This disk would probably have "Sydney Forest" as the composer, right? Would I also put her as the performer? Do I leave out the "origin" column? I had one other minor question: tracks 2 and 3 of the Vocal Album have the same length listed. Any idea whether that's just coincidence? Other than that, if you think they look alright, should I start copying these to their own pages? Thanks!
--Erhannis 16:32, 8 May 2007 (CDT)
For CDs with extremely minimal details adding the {{Stub}} template (enter as shown with the double curly brackets) helps indicate entries that need more info.
--LLin 17:22, 8 May 2007 (CDT)
Just a possible solution that comes to mind; for the missing play times, I could add up the track lengths (assuming those are given). I'll leave it blank for now.
--Erhannis 16:43, 8 May 2007 (CDT)
It occurs to me that I've been putting the title into the "name" field, when that's not what each are really called. For example, I title a mini-page "Kiki's Delivery Service (Image Album)" so that it's consistent with the other pages, and I use the same text for the "name" field, when the name given is actually "Kiki's Delivery Service Image Album". Should I change these? Thanks!
--Erhannis 16:56, 8 May 2007 (CDT)
Go with the non-parentheses for the name field. I prefer using abbreviations in the page title and the full title within the page. For films that have OSTs (original soundtrack) released in multiple countries it's be something like "film name (country OST)
--LLin 17:22, 8 May 2007 (CDT)
I'm attempting to do what I can with the last CD. So, a few questions: are the two notes on the first two songs quite as relevant (assuming I omit the "Origin" column)? Since the title is in English, there wouldn't be an "original title", would there? I deleted the "english translation" part of the tracklist; I hope that's alright. Well, until I hear back from you, I think I've done what I can with what I have, for now. Thanks!
--Erhannis 17:07, 8 May 2007 (CDT)
The changes sound fine, go ahead and create the mini-pages and we can discuss the individual CDs on their talk page.
We've been cross-editing and hopefully this change actually makes it through. <G>
--LLin 17:22, 8 May 2007 (CDT)

Cool, thanks! I may be mostly out of time for today, but if I have some left over, I'll get some of that done. I think my schedule tomorrow (and most days) is the same as today's, so I'll finish tomorrow what I don't today, and then move on to the next thing. Thanks!

--Erhannis 17:44, 8 May 2007 (CDT)

Um. I'm afraid I mis-managed my time, so I have more stuff to do tomorrow (technically today), so I probably won't be working on the Wiki until later in the day. Sorry about that.

--Erhannis 05:30, 9 May 2007 (CDT)

Hi! I just had a little time, so I thought I'd fix a few things. One question, did you have anything specific in mind when you mentioned abbreviations in the page titles? (In other words, is there anything I should abbreviate in the titles I have currently?) Currently, I've titled the sections as I intend to title the page. If there's anything I should change about them (or if they're fine), let me know. I'll try to get to the other things today. Thanks! Bye! --Erhannis 11:15, 9 May 2007 (CDT)

"OST" for "Soundtrack" is the major one, everything else is carried straight through to the page title.
--LLin 18:19, 9 May 2007 (CDT)

Everything's taking longer than I expected, but I'll try to spare some time soon. So, for the first one, would that be "Kiki's Delivery Service (OST)" or "Kiki's Delivery Service (OST Music Collection)" (abbreviating "soundtrack" specifically)? (I would expect the former.). So, do the other titles look alright? I just want to make sure before I make pages out of them; I don't know how hard (or if it is possible) to change the name of pages once they have been created. Sorry about my absence. Thanks! Bye! --Erhannis 19:43, 9 May 2007 (CDT)

The former. I'd change "(Vocal Version (Karaoke))" to "(Vocal Version - Karaoke)". Title changes are fairly simple, there's a "move" button that will adjust the title. It does create a redirect which is why it's best to do it right the first time.

--LLin 22:42, 9 May 2007 (CDT)

Well, I've gone ahead and made the pages. I hope they're alright. Do I add category tags? How? Also, do you think I should add that "stub" template to any of them (the "Sydney Forest" one in particular)? Thanks! --Erhannis 23:00, 9 May 2007 (CDT)

Add the category tags as so:
[[Category:Kiki's Delivery Service|CD]]
The stub template should be added to any entries with missing details in the infobox. I actually own a copy of the Sydney Forest CD and it's a semi-homemade CD-R.
--LLin 08:48, 10 May 2007 (CDT)

So, just to clarify, it should be put on all CDs that are missing ANY details (aside from the ones that none of them have, of course)? I'll go ahead and do so, for now. Thanks! By the way, any idea why I have to put a blank line between the end of my sentence and the signature, or else it tacks it onto the same line as the last sentence?

--Erhannis 16:55, 10 May 2007 (CDT)

The signature should work on the next line, like this one. Just hit enter to get to another line and insert the signature code
--LLin 21:49, 10 May 2007 (CDT)

Ok, I've added the categories and stub tags. Is there anything else to do with these? If not, what's the next thing on the list? Thanks!

--Erhannis 17:11, 10 May 2007 (CDT)

Tackle the My Neighbor Totoro CDs.
--LLin 21:49, 10 May 2007 (CDT)

Oops! Crud, I accidentally added the Totoro image album picture as "To_image.jpg". Sorry about that. I'll leave it for now, but if there's something I should/can do with it, tell me. Sorry!

--Erhannis 11:25, 11 May 2007 (CDT)

With the Totoro image album, should I just leave the "Singer" column out?

--Erhannis 11:31, 11 May 2007 (CDT)

It can be put in the "notes" section with an explanation section before the tracklist ("notes reflect singer of track", or something similar).
--LLin 11:55, 11 May 2007 (CDT)

With the "Orchestra Stories", is the original name really just "Tonari no Totoro"? I'll be back later today.

--Erhannis 11:40, 11 May 2007 (CDT)

No, I'm sure there's additional words but when I added that CD I didn't know the romaji for the CD subtitle. The page titles use the English translation so "Orchestra Stories" is fine, you could add a question mark in the original title section to note that we don't know it (yet).
--LLin 11:55, 11 May 2007 (CDT)

Should I add the stub template to the drama version because of the absent track times (I've gone ahead and done so)? Thanks!

--Erhannis 19:33, 11 May 2007 (CDT)

--LLin 12:27, 12 May 2007 (CDT)

Most of the rest seem non-standard, so I have some questions about them. First, what should I do with the "Box"? With the CD Mini Album, should I copy the four mentioned songs into a tracklist, in the order stated? For the karaoke version, should I title the page "My Neighbor Totoro (Song & Karaoke)" (omitting the long secondary title)? Also, should I write out tracks 11-20, or imply them as on the original page? Also, should I put "Notes of the first 10 tracks refer to the singer" before the tracklist? For the French version, should I copy the Japanese tracklist? For the single, should I title the page "My Neighbor Totoro (My Neighbor Totoro / Stroll)"? Also, should I mention somewhere that the songs are sung by Azumi Inoue? I'll try what I think makes sense, where I can. Thanks!

--Erhannis 19:48, 11 May 2007 (CDT)

Box - In the notes section put links to the CDs that are included, no need to duplicate track listings. A bulleted list works, start each title with a "*".
Mini - Ran a search and found [this page] which lists
    1. Sampo
    2. Kaze no Toorimichi
    3. Maigo
    4. Tonari no Totoro
Yay for first level Japanese class!
Karaoke - Omit the long title in the page title, it can be mentioned in the notes. The entire track list should be included and the notes should be added before the track list.
French - Adding a link to the Japan OST will suffice, I suspect the titles were translated into French so the stub marker should also be added.
Single - I'd go with "My Neighbor Totoro (CD Single)" then put the full title in the notes. Looks like the original track list doesn't have notes/time so include them and put the singer in the notes.
--LLin 12:27, 12 May 2007 (CDT)

For the CD Mini Album, I guessed that "opening song" referred to the version of "Sampo" performed by Azumi Inoue, whereas "Sampo" referred to the version that also includes the Children's Choir. Was that correct? For "Kaze no Toorimichi", however, do you know if it would be the instrumental version or the choir version? For now, I'll use the choir version, since the other three songs had singing in them. Thanks!

--Erhannis 20:03, 11 May 2007 (CDT)

Unknown, the page I noted above only lists the titles.
--LLin 12:27, 12 May 2007 (CDT)

Should I add the line break in the titles of the Song & Karaoke version? Thanks!

--Erhannis 20:10, 11 May 2007 (CDT)

Looks ok on my screen in it's current incarnation.
--LLin 12:27, 12 May 2007 (CDT)

For the French version, how should I title the page? I'll wait to add this one until I hear back from you, since most everything about it is still in question. Thanks!

--Erhannis 20:42, 11 May 2007 (CDT)

My Neighbor Totoro (French OST)
--LLin 12:27, 12 May 2007 (CDT)

By the way, on the Single, is the reissue catalog # supposed to be TKCA, rather than TKDA? Also, should I mention something about "sung by Azumi Inoue"? Thanks!

--Erhannis 20:52, 11 May 2007 (CDT)

No, TKDA is correct. Most catalog # questions can be answered by plugging the number into CDJapan or
--LLin 12:27, 12 May 2007 (CDT)

Thanks! I've made some of the changes, but I have to leave for a while, and I had some questions to ask. When you say 'put the full title in the notes'...(I'm not sure how to phrase this)...mightn't that be a little redundant with the title being in the infobox to the right? Maybe that's fine. Also, in the notes of the Box, should I mention the wreath and booklet? In the Karaoke version, to what, specifically, were you referring when you said "the notes should be added before the track list"? (I guessed that you meant the fact that the notes of 1-10 are the singer and that 11-20 are the karaoke versions of 1-10). Also, with the Single, when you said "put the singer in the notes", did you mean the pre-tracklist notes, or the in-tracklist notes? I think that's all the questions I have, for now. I should be back later today, or if not, tomorrow. Thanks!

--Erhannis 13:14, 12 May 2007 (CDT)

Full title - You're right, if the full title is in the infobox then it's not necessary in the notes.
Box - Yes, mention the extras
Karaoke - Was referring to the full title, but as mentioned earlier since it'll fit in the infobox no further notes are needed.
Singer - in-tracklist notes
--LLin 14:25, 12 May 2007 (CDT)

Well, I've made just about all the changes (I think; I got a little lost in all the questions and answers, but I think I got everything. If not, tell me.). However, as I was copying track times to the Single, I noticed that there are no track times listed for the karaoke versions. I was about to re-use the normal-version track times, when I noticed that the run time of the CD is only supposed to be 7:02, and the normal versions of first two tracks alone would go over that. Any ideas? Other than that, I think that's everything for these, unless there's something you notice. If not, should I start transferring these to their new pages? Thanks! Bye!

--Erhannis 22:48, 13 May 2007 (CDT)

The track times will have to be left blank for now. The CDs can be transferred to their regular homes.
--LLin 00:30, 14 May 2007 (CDT)

I've moved most of the pages over, but I encountered a problem with the karaoke version. The title of the page was "My Neighbor Totoro (Song & Karaoke)", and while everything was fine up through copying things into the new page box, when I saved it, it gave me an empty page titled "My Neighbor Totoro (Song". For some reason, though I could edit the properly titled page, I couldn't read it (though I found that if you replaced "wiki/" with "w/index.php?title=" in the address that it worked fine. I don't know why, exactly, this is.). I've left that CD page also on my user page, in case its needed. Any suggestions? Also, I probably won't have much time for a day or two, so you might not see much of me for a while. I'll come back when I get the chance. If there's something else I should start working on when I have some time, you could post it, if you wanted. Anyway, thanks! Bye!

--Erhannis 20:19, 14 May 2007 (CDT)

Ampersands can make for interesting errors, replacing it with "and" is fine. Next up is the Princess Mononoke CD list.
--LLin 11:37, 15 May 2007 (CDT)

I'm sorry I've been gone for so long! I'm also afraid I'm still not in the clear. I'll do what I can. So for the Karaoke page, should I make a new page, or try to move the old? When I click the move tab, the page it asks me if I want to move is cut off at the ampersand; so it might move the blank version if I do it that way. I'll work on the Mononoke CDs for a while, though probably not more than an hour or so. Sorry. Thanks!

--Erhannis 20:48, 20 May 2007 (CDT)

Create a new page with "and" in the title, the old page can be marked as deleted.
--LLin 08:52, 21 May 2007 (CDT)

A few questions: what should I title the US Soundtrack, as opposed to the Japanese Soundtrack? (I've used "Princess Mononoke (US OST)" for now). Also, I noticed that the CDs page is different from the others; thought I'd double check just to make sure that was alright (though it may cause minor formatting questions, etc.). For CDs that mention a singer, with a track in the list mentioning "vocal", should I put "(Sung by Whoever Whoeverson)" in the notes? Though I haven't gotten to these yet, what should I do with the ones that have more than one image? Also, how should I title the Japanese OST? Thanks! I may be on and off for a while.

--Erhannis 22:31, 20 May 2007 (CDT)

The US title is fine. Using the notes for singers is also fine. Additional images can be linked in the area after the infobox, use a bulleted list and describe the linked image.
"*[[Media:‎|Back cover scan]]" ends up as:
--LLin 08:52, 21 May 2007 (CDT)

Oh, by the way, would the tags for the Totoro CDs be

[[Category:My Neighbor Totoro|CD]]


--Erhannis 20:58, 23 May 2007 (CDT)

--LLin 18:24, 24 May 2007 (CDT)

For most of the Mononoke CDs, there is only one title, usually partially Japanese (ie., "Mononoke Hime"). What should I do with those? For now, I'll finish their conversion into English and leave the "original title" spot blank. Also, about the multiple images, which one should I use for the cover? In the first instance, one image says "1st press box cover" and another says "Soundtrack cover", and similarly with the second. Thanks!

--Erhannis 21:31, 23 May 2007 (CDT)

You can crib titles from other entries, soundtrack is "Saundotorakku" for all Japanese OSTs. Extra images can be linked like in the example above.
--LLin 18:24, 24 May 2007 (CDT)

In the Image Album, tracks 4 & 5 have no listed translation (though this is reasonable; they are names). Still, "Mononoke Hime" is usually translated as "Princess Mononoke" and the standard spelling (at least as far as I've seen) of "Yakkle" is "Yakkul". Should I have those as the translation? Er, should I use "Yakkul" as the title without a translation, or use "Yakkle" as the Japanese and "Yakkul" as the translation? Likewise, I've usually seen "Deer God" rather then "Shishi God"; should I use that? And finally, I've usually seen Moro referred to as a wolf god, rather than "Dog God Moro". Use "wolf"? Thanks!

--Erhannis 21:43, 23 May 2007 (CDT)

"Yakkul" without a translation, "Deer God", and "Wolf".
--LLin 18:24, 24 May 2007 (CDT)

I followed the pattern of the Totoro CD and titled the single "Princess Mononoke (CD Single)". Is that OK?

--Erhannis 21:55, 23 May 2007 (CDT)

--LLin 18:24, 24 May 2007 (CDT)

On the Single, I guessed on the formatting of "instrumental version". Tell me if it doesn't work (it might go in the notes). Also, should I put somewhere that the lyrics were by Hayao Miyazaki? Thanks!

--Erhannis 22:01, 23 May 2007 (CDT)

Regarding the Japaness soundtrack: I defaulted to (OST) in the title rather than (Japan OST) or something. I used the 1st press cover. I changed the spellings I previously mentioned (ie. Shishi God). I added one of the doubled track's later translations that had been omitted ("Tatari Gami 3" -> "Tatari Gami 3 [The Curse God 3]"). If any of these should not have been done, tell me. Thanks!

--Erhannis 22:14, 23 May 2007 (CDT)

Looks good
--LLin 18:24, 24 May 2007 (CDT)

With the Symphonic Suite, do I mention somewhere the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra or that it was conducted by Mario Klemens? Thanks!

--Erhannis 23:01, 23 May 2007 (CDT)

--LLin 18:24, 24 May 2007 (CDT)

Ok, I have first versions of the Mononoke CD pages. Tell me if there's anything wrong with them or their titles, or give me the go ahead. Would the categories be like the Kiki and Totoro ones, but with "Princess Mononoke" in lieu of the other names? Thanks!

--Erhannis 23:12, 23 May 2007 (CDT)

The US OST is published by Milan Records. Parentheses not needed in the notes section. Publisher for any CD with catalog TKCA is Tokuma (you can pull the exact wording off a Kiki CD). Release dates can be found by plugging the catalog # into or
--LLin 18:24, 24 May 2007 (CDT)

Ok, I've done most of that. The Single has a TKDA number, should I still put the publisher as Tokuma? Also, I wasn't sure where to put the orchestra and conductor for the Symphonic CD, so I put it just above the tracklist. Is that OK? Also, the page mentions that it was "Composed, arranged, performed, and produced by Joe Hisaishi." Should I put him in the "performer" field of the infobox? Also, I noticed that on the Kiki and Totoro Soundtrack disks that it was suffixed by "Shuu", probably corresponding to "Collection". For now, I've just put "Mononoke Hime Saundotorakku"; is that ok? Thanks!

--Erhannis 10:05, 25 May 2007 (CDT)

TKDA is another Tokuma catalog series. The symphonic details should go under the tracklist, otherwise they look ok. I'd keep the Hisaishi note out, the tracklist indicates his performances. Title is also ok.
--LLin 20:03, 26 May 2007 (CDT)

Ok, I've done that. If they all look ok, give me the go-ahead to put them on their own pages. I'll try to do that when I can, but I'm going to be busy for the next few days; sorry about that. Thanks!

--Erhannis 21:35, 27 May 2007 (CDT)

Looks good, go ahead with the page creation.
--LLin 22:21, 27 May 2007 (CDT)

Sorry, I guess that was rather more than a few days. Anyway, I've made the pages. I assumed the format of the category tags to be the same as the other sets. Assuming there's nothing wrong with the pages I just did, what's next? Sorry again about my absence.

--Erhannis 14:30, 11 June 2007 (CDT)

Try converting some of the interviews, they're currently a mess of different styles. There's a translation notice stub you can pickup from one of the Princess Mononoke story page.
--LLin 18:09, 11 June 2007 (CDT)

How should I format them? Should their titles be the same as the links to them, and the entire contents of the article pasted into the page (including heading, like "Japanese Animator Balances Creativity With Pragmatism")? Also, if this is the case, should I just skip the "test" phase and create new pages on the fly, since there's so little to mess up? Finally, what should the category tag be? Thanks!

--Erhannis 23:38, 13 June 2007 (CDT)

I'll convert one as a sample, that should make cloning easier
--LLin 00:27, 15 June 2007 (CDT)

Hi! I was kinda waiting for the example of the interview page you mentioned, but I didn't want to say anything in case you just hadn't gotten to it yet. It's not like I've really been very prompt or anything, myself.... I also wasn't sure whether maybe you had made it, and I just didn't find it (also, part of me still wanted to procrastinate work). Anyway, sorry about being missing for so long (again), and if you could tell me what's up, or if I should just start, that would be great. Thanks!

--Erhannis 15:04, 22 June 2007 (CDT)

See the June 19 revisions for Special:Recentchanges
--LLin 19:14, 22 June 2007 (CDT)

I'm sorry I'm so lazy and slow to get to work. I'm also sorry that, though you made a sample page to help, I'm still not sure how I should do certain things, especially name the page. The title you gave the sample page matched neither the original link nor title, so I'm not sure how to derive the title of the other interviews. I'll start copying onto my page, though, using the link text as the title and your sample for formatting and stuff. Thanks; sorry, again.

--Erhannis 20:00, 1 July 2007 (CDT)

I copied one; I'll try to do more tomorrow. I got sidetracked again. Does the format look alright? Should I do anything with the title of the article, or with the exact date (October 16, 2006; rather than just the 2006 I put for the copyright date)? In the article you made a page from, the identifiers were in bold, but in the one I did, they weren't. Should I copy them as they are, or change such formatting to match yours? Thanks!

--Erhannis 00:33, 2 July 2007 (CDT)

I'm stlil debating the format, but that change will happen later. The disclaimer should just have the year, other details can be mentioned after the infobox. The headings that indicate who's speaking should be in bold.
--LLin 13:27, 3 July 2007 (CDT)

Ok, I've finally copied the interviews. I have a whole series of questions to ask, though. I added some "Q:" and "A:" labels where they looked like they had been forgotten; I hope that was alright. In the "Toshio Suzuki Q&A in Australia", instead of putting notes in yellow (I couldn't figure out how), I put them as foot-notes. Regarding the "Back to Contents" links, I'll fix those when the interviews have their own pages (I think it might have to be a page specific thing). I wasn't sure what the copyright line in "Miyazaki talks with Moebious" meant or how to put it in the template. Should I do the same thing with the "Back to Index" links as with the "Back to Contents" links? I can't figure out how to include brackets within an internal link without breaking the link. Is this possible to do, or should I change the name of the sections with brackets (remove the brackets)? What should I do when the original page doesn't say that it's copyrighted? If I just leave the disclaimer as {{Translation Disclaimer}}, it just has some garbage where the date and name would normally be. Oh, um...I realized most of the way through the interviews that I had forgotten about putting things in italics. Should I go back and do that? I probably should. In several of the interviews, there was a picture off to the right at the top, like in "Mamoru OSHII talks about Miyazaki and Takahata". Should I include that, and if so, how do I place it? The interview "Yom Special Story: 'Now, after Nausicaä has finished'" has some things about a lot of shows. What categories should I put it in? Also, if I've misfiled any of the others, please let me know. In some of the interviews, there were indents at the beginning of some paragraphs. I couldn't find a standard way to do that, but I did figure out a jury-rigged method of putting a line break on the previous line, then starting the indented line with several pairs of alternating "zero-width joiner" symbols (they don't show up on my screen, hopefully they don't on anyone else's, either). If I should replace that with something else, or get rid of it, tell me. In one place, I changed "THe" to "The". In the "Foreword to Art of Kiki's Delivery Service", there's a copyright, but no translation. Is there a template for that? Finally, I asked this among some other questions before, but I didn't see an answer. What should I do about the titles of the articles that are on the page of the articles themselves, as opposed to on their links? Thanks! Bye! --Erhannis 17:40, 16 July 2007 (CDT)

Whoa, loads of questions <G>. Let's take them one-by-one.
Yellow Notes - Footnotes are a great solution since MediaWiki supports easy footnoting
Miyazaki/Moebious - The workaround looks fine, the template will work for most, but not everything (as you've discovered)
Back links - They should be removed or point to the central Interview page
Internal links - Removing the brackets is ok since wiki-style headlines should be used
Unknown Copyright - Use "Unknown" when the date and/or translator isn't mentioned, hopefully a reader can add those details later
Picture - The syntax for a picture floated to the right is:

[[Image:filename.jpg|right]] - You can see examples of this at Princess Mononoke (FAQ). Also remember to remove the ALL CAPS from last names.

Yom - Add a category for each film mentioned in the interview
Spacing - A non-breaking space   is another way of adding whitespace
Art of Kiki - Looks ok with Tokuma Shoten listed
Titles - Could you point out an example?
--LLin 20:14, 16 July 2007 (CDT)

Hi! An example would be where the link is titled "Miyazaki talks about the Studio Ghibli Museum and "Tales of Earthsea"" but the title of the article as shown at the top is "Making possible the impossible: Miyazaki talks about 3 latest Ghibli films". For some reason, I just defaulted to not copying the titles (as written at the top). However, there was something else I've been meaning to say. I've been trying to finish this section, but I just don't think I have time anymore. In a few days I leave for a two year religious mission, during which time I will be unable to work on the Wiki. There are still things I need to do before I leave, and while I wish I could finish what I started here, time has just become really scarce. I'm sorry to leave you hanging like that. If there is anything that just really needs to be done before I go, tell me, and I'll try to do it. Sorry again, and thank you! I hope I helped a bit. Bye!

--Erhannis 23:24, 19 July 2007 (CDT)