The following discussions are requested to have community-wide attention:
|There is disagreement about whether the director of the as-yet unmade Batman film is tying the film to the larger DC Extended Universe of films. Subsequent RS commentary argues that, like 2019's The Joker, not all films need to be within the subset of DCU of DCEU. Should this film be listed in this article, or no-wiki'd until we have definitive and explicit statements as to the setting of the film? Jack Sebastian (talk) 17:02, 15 December 2019 (UTC)|
|Should Coda be listed as part of Led Zeppelin's studio albums or their compilation albums? 22.214.171.124 (talk) 14:48, 14 December 2019 (UTC)|
|Was recently questioned about the reliability of Grayzone. Grayzone began as the Grayzone Project of Alternet (see WP:RSP).
|Which of the two versions of a paragraph in the lead section is more suitable for the article?
A. Chalamet's breakthrough came for his lead role as Elio Perlman in Luca Guadagnino's romantic drama Call Me by Your Name (2017). It earned him a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor, making him the third-youngest nominee in the category. He portrayed a drug-addicted teenager in the drama Beautiful Boy (2018), earning a nomination for the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, King Henry V in the period drama The King (2019), and collaborated with Greta Gerwig in the coming-of-age films Lady Bird (2017) and Little Women (2019).
B. In 2017, Chalamet gained wider recognition for his portrayal of Elio Perlman in Luca Guadagnino's romantic drama Call Me by Your Name, after which he appeared in the coming-of-age films Hot Summer Nights and Lady Bird as well as the western Hostiles. His performance in Call Me by Your Name earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor, making him the third-youngest nominee in the category. He then portrayed a drug-addicted teenager in the drama Beautiful Boy (2018), for which he was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. In 2019, Chalamet starred as King Henry V and Theodore "Laurie" Laurence in the period dramas The King and Little Women, respectively.
|This RfC is about the inclusion of the phrase "local independent record label", releasing Aphex Twin's first record, in the lead. It follows a sentence about the artist starting to perform as a DJ in the area in which they grew up. As most featured/good articles about musicians or bands include in the lead salient summary details of how an artist went from unknown to becoming a notable musician (e.g. 1, 2, 3), this aspect of how the artist achieved that is relevant, but other editor feels it is important not to include it in the lead for space reasons.
In the lead section, per WP:MOSLEAD, part of the aim is to "cultivate interest in reading on", and expanding this section slightly from merely a list of the records and various aliases that the artist has used serves that end. More detail about the launching of the artist's career is given in the body. A version was arrived at after editing by Acousmana, with the word "local" added to give narrative continuity from the preceding sentence here, but editor GentleCollapse6 feels it is important that a reference to his widening DJ career, and specifically any reference to the label which began his career and its place in the local techno community, be removed completely. This RfC seeks comments on ways to resolve these conflicting views. Cambial Yellowing❧ 04:20, 9 December 2019 (UTC)
|This content was removed by SolarFlash on the grounds that the source verifying the content is "in dispute" (although the only evidence of dispute is SolarFlash's undoing of the addition), and that one should "obtain consensus before adding any additional genres", even though SolarFlash had removed a genre themselves without obtaining consensus. So, as I am left to interpret their remarks as expressing a desire or demand for consensus if changes are to be made against their preferred revision of the genre content, I have listed this RfC. Given the fact that there are reliable third-party sources in both the lead and in the body of the article verifying journalists who've claimed this album is of those two certain genres, should this content be removed, as SolarFlash attempted in their edit? isento (talk) 04:07, 9 December 2019 (UTC)|
|Should a section listing concerts/tours be included in articles about notable Korean musicians?
(NOTE: This only refers to major performances where the musician is the headline act, not where they just perform a few songs along with many other musicians.)
|What should the standard color and layout for pages about the WGA Awards be? –MJL ‐Talk‐☖ 20:08, 7 December 2019 (UTC)|
|I recently found the Sixth Tone, which is owned by a mainland Chinese media company. Although Chinese media is sources which should be with catious when it comes to political issues in China, should we include the Sixth Tone as a realiable source to discuss Chinese society and culture (especially when there is no other source to fully describe a non-controversial Chinese events such as introducing a Internet personality and Chinese government-accused controversy on Chinese Internet service, since state-run media and popular western media)? Mariogoods (talk) 20:18, 6 December 2019 (UTC)|
|Given the recent relevance, which of the following options describes Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) the best as a source?
Note: One previous discussion was held and was not conclusive, though editors acknowledged a partisan stance.
|Which of the following options describes Anadolu Agency the best as a reference?|
|The 1982 album Coda |
|On October 26 Ericacbarnett blanked a section of this article  which read:
As of this datestamp, the lines in question are not part of the article. Should these lines be restored or omitted?
|The article in question has a large number of television presenters listed within the Infobox under the section "Presented By". While there is certainly relevance to listing them, should the list be amended to highlight the more prominent presenters who worked on the programme, such as those who worked the longest on it, and those who presented it when it first premiered? GUtt01 (talk) 18:41, 3 December 2019 (UTC)|
|See https://www.cnsnews.com ; and for earlier discussion see: What about "Cybercast News Service" (CNSnews)? and CNSnews.com aka cybercast.
|Season articles for this programme at present contain a selection of information pertaining to each series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (British TV series), but what information should be in it and the general style/presentation is now a major question. There are three areas with problems - the result and elimination tables; information on challenges; and lack of episode listing. Questions regarding each are listed below. Please respond to each with either a Yes or No, followed by reason for answer. GUtt01 (talk) 21:53, 29 November 2019 (UTC)|
|In the Max Blumenthal article, this text has been proposed to replace the Venezuela section:
What should be done?
|The talk page for "Talk:2019 Hong Kong protests" is over 100 kB, and should have a shorter archive period than 14 days. Thoughts? --Jax 0677 (talk) 17:40, 20 November 2019 (UTC)|
|In response to recent edit warring by StatsFreak at several articles, in which the editor disputes the presence of the Everything Is Love album in the chronology and discography, I am posting this to determine a consensus that will affect all affected articles, including the discography articles and album articles for each artist -- Beyoncé and Jay-Z, who were officially credited as the duo The Carters for Everything Is Love (but also credited as "Jay Z and Beyoncé" on the physical edition packaging). isento (talk) 17:04, 20 November 2019 (UTC)|
|Do we really need a table for the commercial's she's been in? Seems a little unnecessary - she's not known for her commercials, she's known for her movie and television work. I would like to remove. LADY LOTUS • TALK 21:14, 19 November 2019 (UTC)|
|Should crossover titles use italics or "quotes"? 12:12, 18 November 2019 (UTC)|