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Last seen February 28, 2024
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I noticed you created two shows for Debbie Gibson on the same date. For some reason this artist existed twice here. You could have reported one of the setlists as a duplicate so we would have noticed earlier there was some problem.

First of all, behave yourself. Just for your info, I wasn't the one who put you the original reverts. I just took the time to advice you.

Anyway, right now you don't have any blocker.

If you have any other complain, please go to the forums

Hi Jerry,

I appreciate you could reach me for feedback.
In our guidelines, we already have this rule about adding sources

"Adding Sources
It is mandatory to add sources to all of your edits. Not only can your edit be verified for other users, it can also avoid unnecessary discussions and save a lot of time.

Be sure to explain why you edited the setlist. Don't explain what you've edited as this is obvious to the viewer. For example "added a song" is not a valid source. Examples for valid sources are (among others):

Links to official websites (e.g. artists posting their setlists on their websites)
Links to social media channels (e.g. fans posting images of the setlist)
Links to setlist scans
Links to videos of the concert
"I was there" - if you were at the concert and remember the song being played

Nowadays, in the great majority of cases, it is very easy to find concert dates information over the Internet. Of course, there are also some exceptions and for song lists, we rely on trusting the editors, however, we also can observe that some users do some practices that seem away from the spirit of the rule (not necessarily with bad intentions in all cases). In your case, we have already found overuse of the "I was there" resource, especially for concerts between short spams of time and in different states, also use of gibberish for prior editions like this

Sorry to hear that you find it unsatisfying about your last interactions. However, we believe that it is also fun to have reliable, trustworthy, and traceable information on the page, and that is the real spirit of this rule of thumb. Our plan is not never to censor you or any other, however, for us, it is very important to have a higher quantity of information in the highest clean, and useful way for all the community. My invitation in this sense is to improve the way you provide information new and missing information, of course, the higher, the better.

Anyway, if you feel that my answer does not fulfill the response that you need, feel free to also use the forum space

Hi JerryBraman,

Your editions are being reverted because they lack of real proof. Please start providing them.

Hi there,
I noticed you mentioned just what you did setlists to bypass the mandatory edit comment feature.
"Be sure to explain why you edited the setlist. Don't explain what you've edited as this is obvious to the viewer." is a wiki-effort, and it is important for us all to be as transparent and clear as possible in sharing information. To ensure that edits are verified for other users, and to avoid unnecessary discussions and save a lot of time in the future, edit comments have been made mandatory for all users.
Please ensure that you share informative comments with future edits so that everybody understands where you received the information you're contributing.

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