It looks to me like you're just adding Jon Stone to things you assume he directed and tacking on a source to cover your tracks. Nothing in what we have from our sources have said what you recently added. So what is your justification for doing this?
Well, with all those sources you've found in the trusted source. I thought why not put those in, and it makes sense considering Stone was the only director credited for Count It Higher: Great Music Videos from Sesame Street as well as segment director for Magic on Sesame Street. There's nothing wrong with that, right? Or do you have proof that somebody else directed these segments? I don't know who directed Come Join Us or Polly Darton's song that's for sure. Just please don't block me, okay?
Some segments in our documents don't list writer or director credits, so I think using home video credits as a source for any featured segments that don't already specify writer/director is not the best idea. If done at all, it should be discussed first. Jon Stone directed a lot of Sesame Street, but he didn't direct everything.
Good point. Besides, I already know Ted May, Emily Squires, Robert Myhrum, and Lisa Simon directed a few other segments. Although I was a bit surprised that Richard Hunt did indeed directed "When Bert's Not Here." But I wouldn't be surprised if he directed "One Fine Face."
Just please don't block me.
One more thing: I noticed that most of the songs we've gotten information from were from the 80's to early 90's and not 70's. Why is that?
Okay, you're doing the same thing originating from before. You're citing something you don't have access to. Whether or not the information you added is correct, you can't just assume it is when you add it.
Hi Bruno. Our long-standing policy is to show sources for information added to the Wiki, and you're adding several writer and director credits without identifying any sources in your edits, such as here and here. A fact we note has to be proven with a reliable, attributable source; not just an assumption. Thanks.
We try not include photos of the TV screen on the wiki. Do you know what it's from originally? I'm guessing one of the Fraggle Rock home video special features, maybe the 1980s documentary. We should really try to replace it if we're going to keep it.
You're right, that was my error. Came from my search for Manzano in a collection of scripts. The Manzano query refers not to Sonia as the writer but the character "Mrs. Manzano" referenced in the script.
I have another question. Shouldn't we have episode writing credits for Jeff Moss, Cathi Rosenberg-Turow, Nancy Sans, Tony Geiss, Jocelyn Stevenson, David Korr, Emily Perl Kingsley, Judy Freudberg, Tom Dunsmuir, Ray Sipherd, Molly Boylan, Lou Berger, Christine Ferraro, Norman Stiles, Joey Mazzarino, Mo Willems, and Jon Stone?