Garion96 (talk) 01:58, (UTC) How about now? Plange 02:12, (UTC) I will like it much better. Garion96 (talk) 02:13, (UTC) Also, i did this before i saw the discussion here, so didn't see the dialog about images, so let me know if you think it should be switch. I thought the caution symbol was appropriate, but am completely open to changing. Plange 02:15, (UTC) I misunderstood. I thought it would add this template automatically. SlimVirgin (talk) 09:28, (UTC) Nope, it adds the text into the Project banner.
Eliminating the image is also fine, i don't really see the need paperless for one. I had no idea there had been a controversy, i only discovered it by visiting this page to gripe about the handshake picture. Phr ( talk ) 07:39, (UTC) Proposal I just added a parameter to wpbiography where someone can add livingyes and the text of the blp template appears. Incorporates it into a talk template that will be there anyway plus article can now be added to our category of living persons. See lance Armstrong for an example. Plange 01:03, (UTC) Excellent idea. ) SlimVirgin (talk) 01:37, (UTC) I do like it but a downside is that it doesn't stand out as much in comparison to using the blp template. I am afraid many people won't read all the four paragraphs of the template (from looking at the lance Armstrong example. Maybe place it to the top of the template instead of the bottom?
3 SlimVirgin (talk) 06:37, (UTC) The sistine fresco certainly fits with the point, although it requires a particular cultural understanding to recognize. I'd guess some people would be disturbed by the religious aspect of the image, just as others didn't like the frank nudity of the pioneer plaque. Rather than offend people unnecessarily, i'd go with the two girls. Youthfulness is a decent way to communicate being alive, so that's probably the best choice of those i've seen so far. michael Snow 16:41, (UTC) I really don't like the handshake image. I didn't notice whatever images were there before, so no opinion about those. Phr ( talk ) 07:35, (UTC) Oh, that pioneer image. That would have been fine.
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Glad I could help! Dreadlocke 05:35, (UTC) Thanks, Dreadlocke, it looks much better now. SlimVirgin (talk) 05:37, (UTC) The size of the image was tolerable, as long as it doesn't inflate the template vertically to a size beyond what the text alone would produce. However, the image chosen turns out to have been not health public domain, but a copyrighted stock photo, so it's not allowed. michael Snow 00:59, (UTC) Michael, what didn't you like about the pioneer image? Quite a few people said they preferred. SlimVirgin (talk) 01:03, (UTC) And other people objected to it, pointing out a variety of implications that detract from the point this template tries to make.
I realize people want to slap a picture on every little template for some reason, but the choices are often poorly suited to illustrate the message. The image is a symbol of human form, perhaps, but that's not really what the template is getting. The salient issue is that these people are living, which is relegated to the background or not apparent at all from the pictures chosen so far (a drawing, alive?). A quick way to illustrate the concept isn't necessarily easy, but something like a newborn baby would come a lot closer to getting the point across, i think. Those who see many of our complaints from affected parties might also sympathize with the implication that there's a lot of unwarranted wailing involved. michael Snow 04:28, (UTC) How about this for a representation of living: God creating Adam. 2 SlimVirgin (talk) 06:28, (UTC) Or two young girls?
fyslee 09:24, (UTC) maybe the image should be made smaller, to the same size as the other image (in the other template). fyslee 09:31, (UTC) Another problem, at list in my browser (XP6) the image and text aren't stable, the text being partially covered by the image. Updating the page fixes it, but that shouldn't be necessary. I don't know enough about html to fix that. fyslee 17:27, (UTC) my browser has the same problem, the picture obscures the text until I refresh the page.
It does this every time, even after I clear the cache. Btw, i really liked the pioneer people-pic - very eye-catching and relevant to the issue (there are living people here!) Dreadlocke 18:42, (UTC) I liked it too, but for some reason others didn't, so fyslee thought of the handshake instead. I think it shouldn't be so long and thin, because that causes it to merge in with the other tags, and it needs to stand out, so i adjusted it so that the first line ends with "biographies of living persons." Fyslee and Dreadlocke,. SlimVirgin (talk) 21:15, (UTC) Oddly, it was still overlapping, but i adjusted it a bit according to the html code that was in the pioneer edit, which had good spacing. It looks ok from my browser now. Dreadlocke 02:44, (UTC) Thanks, i didn't know how to fix it myself or I would have. It looks great in my browser now, too.- williamThweatt 03:50, (UTC) cool!
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What do you think? SlimVirgin (talk) 01:45, (UTC) I love it! That's precisely the idea we need paper to convey, and the image is a nice eye catcher. I have tried to make it longer again, so it is the same length as the other template. Now the image is slightly off-center (vertically). I don't know how to fix that. There should be some standard formatting requirements for templates.
I thought resume it was great. Since so many are objecting, how about another image that somehow fits the message, something related to kindness and the golden Rule? An image is an important eye-catcher. Without it the text box just gets drowned among all the other text on a page. Is there somewhere here at wikipedia where one can check out all the images that are already approved for use here? Fyslee 17:25, (UTC) you can go here, fyslee, and do a search. SlimVirgin (talk) 18:25, (UTC) Fyslee, i liked the idea you mentioned elsewhere of a handshake, so i added one.
plaque really wasn't designed for normal human use, with the hyperfine structure based units and. The faces idea might be more appropriate if one wants to emphasize that one is dealing with an article about a real person with feelings. Philosophus, t 00:15, (utc the image is gratuitous, and the template is too bulky as. Some of these talk pages suffer from an incredible amount of template clutter. Michael Snow 17:12, (utc i agree that there are too many templates, but this is an important one that editors and subjects of bios have to see, so it needs to stand out. SlimVirgin (talk) 18:25, (UTC) I was actually in the process of attempting to find an image when SlimVirgin beat me.
Because they are nude, the picture implies that the article might somehow be about human physiology; unless the article is about a porn star, a person's life takes place mostly in the mind, and usually fully clothed. If a picture is necessary at all (is it? a better picture would be a picture of faces, which connotes more interests of the person rather than the human body. Centrx talk 23:48, (utc a fully clothed mind? SlimVirgin (talk) 23:56, (UTC) It's the nasa image of human beings that was sent into space. It's known universally and therefore i felt it was appropriate. The message of the tag is "When you write an article about a living person, remember you're dealing with a human being.". SlimVirgin (talk) 23:53, (utc it was on pioneer 10 and.
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Contents, note that, wP:blp is now policy. Please do not archive this heading, at least for some time. Fyslee 21:40, (utc image, i really don't see the benefit of adding the image. It seems rather unnecessary and unprofessional, and also could be taken to presume things about the subject - that the subject is an adult, that the subject can stand up, etc. Philosophus, t 22:27, (utc it's the symbol for a human being, the one that was sent into space. I think it emphasized the point of the tag rather nicely, so i'd like to put it back. SlimVirgin (talk) 22:32, (UTC). Is it really necessary to have a sketch of two needed naked bodies?