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Can we create an article on the ''Picard: The First Duty'' exhibition? It is licensed by CBS. - [[User:DS9 Forever|DS9 Forever]] ([[User talk:DS9 Forever|talk]]) 23:17, July 24, 2019 (UTC)
 
Can we create an article on the ''Picard: The First Duty'' exhibition? It is licensed by CBS. - [[User:DS9 Forever|DS9 Forever]] ([[User talk:DS9 Forever|talk]]) 23:17, July 24, 2019 (UTC)
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:It's somewhat of a gray area but we do have content from [[Star Trek Live]] , etc, so I'd say yes, although formatting is largely unestablished for this kind of thing.
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:Careful attention should be paid to how content from 'in-universe' is formatted and added.
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:And any time an exhibition or live show involves showing footage (or unused footage) from either upcoming or released productions, i'd say that footage must be governed by the rules of how we add info from that production. (like if they show footage from the as-yet-unreleased show, the content of that is off limits until the show premieres)
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:I think we can discuss other permutations but the footage rule i define above is not negotiable. we cannot create article material based on the trailer, so if they show the trailer in the exhibition, we're not going to use that to open the floodgates for creating article material on unreleased material from the show - '''''[[user:captainmike|captainmike]]''''' [[file:wiki-wordmarkX.png|69px]] 13:08, July 25, 2019 (UTC)

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Can we create an article on the Picard: The First Duty exhibition? It is licensed by CBS. - DS9 Forever (talk) 23:17, July 24, 2019 (UTC)

It's somewhat of a gray area but we do have content from Star Trek Live , etc, so I'd say yes, although formatting is largely unestablished for this kind of thing.
Careful attention should be paid to how content from 'in-universe' is formatted and added.
And any time an exhibition or live show involves showing footage (or unused footage) from either upcoming or released productions, i'd say that footage must be governed by the rules of how we add info from that production. (like if they show footage from the as-yet-unreleased show, the content of that is off limits until the show premieres)
I think we can discuss other permutations but the footage rule i define above is not negotiable. we cannot create article material based on the trailer, so if they show the trailer in the exhibition, we're not going to use that to open the floodgates for creating article material on unreleased material from the show - captainmike Site-logo.png 13:08, July 25, 2019 (UTC)