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It's would make life so much easier to copy the forum so I don't have to search for it
https://www.setlist.fm/forum/music/setlists-concerts-and-tours/comedians-13d68d75#7bd61abc

You're not making my life easier. Lol

If you would have come up with this evidence immediately we would not have such a long conversation.
While this discussion was continuing you still haven't made work of the festival issue
https://www.setlist.fm/search?query=editor:MusicMagic&year=1981

We can see more than you think about The Police.
Provide evidence?

You deleted the evidence but there's notice Sept 2020.

We can see more than you think about The Police.

It's would make life so much easier to copy the forum so I don't have to search for it
https://www.setlist.fm/forum/music/setlists-concerts-and-tours/comedians-13d68d75#7bd61abc

I never knew Stephen King was a comedian :)

bq. This matter ^^ was discussed previously by moderators in 2016 with regards to comedian who perform material without songs or track listing.

I'm quoting pomes27, written on Nov 2, 2016.

Moderators had a discussion on this topic a couple of years ago, and the general consensus was that it's fine and does no harm. It might look odd to have a comedian with a blank “setlist” on this website, but it is still a great way to archive performance dates and locations (and add them to your own attended shows). Also, many comedians incorporate live music performance into their shows (eg. Monty Python), so these comedians definitely below on setlist.fm and it's not really worth the discussion and time to individually consider who is and isn't allowed in the database.

Furthermore, I personally think it's cool to compare statistics of comedians and musicians performing in the same venues. eg. Michael McIntyre currently sits at #10 of the most performances “The O2, London”.

I couldn't read the first two messages you posted.
Should I understand sckedaddle as an offence?
I know you changed some Police setlist to something you assumed, that's why my messages won't disappear.

Bq. Third message you deleted on my profile page.

Please remove your comments off my profile and stop going through my history of editing searching for mistakes. If there's an issue with the sources I've provided, I have no objections to any corrections. But I would kindly ask that you refrain from spamming my account with demands.
Thanks,
MM

You read this, so who cares what happens after that? You surely had enough time to copy and paste it on my profile.

It is very annoying to receive a notification that someone posted a message on my profile page to see it has been deleted immediately. That is not cordial or profesionnal at all.

Well then sckedaddle? It's my business if I want to remove comments after they're read.

https://www.setlist.fm/guidelines#general
Setlist.fm is a place to keep track of the actual order of played songs at concerts

Per your comments Stephen King setlists here were lectures and discussions, so they're not allowed here.

I can delete the rest of the Stephen King setlists, that's why I said
you could ***start asking these*** to be removed for the reasons given to me
But I don't understand, why keep the one's that were attended and discard the one's that weren't by other users? They were still documented to have occurred? I just don't see the relevance.

bq. Dude, what is your problem? Seriously? I'm trying to be cordial with you and professional. Who cares if I delete messages off your profile. Lol.

It is very annoying to receive a notification that someone posted a message on my profile page to see it has been deleted immediately. That is not cordial or profesionnal at all.

Third message you deleted on my profile page.

Please remove your comments off my profile and stop going through my history of editing searching for mistakes. If there's an issue with the sources I've provided, I have no objections to any corrections. But I would kindly ask that you refrain from spamming my account with demands.
Thanks,
MM

Not all of https://www.setlist.fm/setlists/stephen-king-63d70a9b.html were attended so you could start asking these to be removed for the reasons given to me

bq. As for the Stephen King setlists, I can't report them and ask for deletion because people have attended some of them. They were lectures and discussions.

Mods have the right to go through any edit and leave the comments on your profile page so we may notice in future there was a problem.

Do you like posting two messages on my profile page for which I get a notification and immediately delete them?
https://www.setlist.fm/user/dirkvandamme?comment=2bd550c6
https://www.setlist.fm/user/dirkvandamme?comment=3bd550c0
I don't.

https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/paul-mccartney/2022/climate-pledge-arena-seattle-wa-73b7a2f1.html
Hi there,
I noticed you mentioned just what you did on setlists to bypass the mandatory edit comment feature.
https://www.setlist.fm/guidelines#sources
"Be sure to explain why you edited the setlist. Don't explain what you've edited as this is obvious to the viewer."
Setlist.fm 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.
https://www.setlist.fm/guidelines#sources
Please ensure that you share informative comment with future edits, so that everybody understands where you received the information you're contributing.
Thanks!