Talk:Andrew Chambliss

From Heroes Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Hm, I don't think he likes us using his face or MySpace.--Bob 21:41, 4 April 2007 (EDT)

  • The myspace link removal is definitely reasonable to me. It's not his professional website so really it shouldn't have been there. As for the picture, that's up in the air, though I'm inclined to believe that if someone doesn't want their picture here and it's not a publicity shot then it would be better to respect their wishes. While in reality public profiles on myspace are in fact public, it's kind of like taking photographs of people out in public when they dont want to be photographed. Perfectly legal, but still not a nice thing to do. (Admin 21:47, 4 April 2007 (EDT))
    • I'm not necessarily suggesting we put the picture back, but I do want to put it out there that we're not really even sure if Tmdk78 and Chevalier2125 are really Timm Keppler and Andrew Chambliss. If they are, they should probably identify themselves, or at least identify a reason for taking the picture off. It'd also be really nice if they uploaded a usable picture. We kinda ran into the same thing with Hwilcox81 and Harrison Wilcox, and that picture was restored. Devil's Advocate (talk) 11:58, 5 April 2007 (EDT)
      • I agree with Ryan. I would take down any picture or text for any of the creators in a heartbeat ... we're fans, not dicks with an agenda (*cough* Wikipedia). We just want to present as much information as possible about these guys, and it's pretty hard to come by, so we tend to have to dig a little deeper than is necessarily polite, and therefore if somebody objects, I'd say we have an obligation to respect their wishes. However, when all we have is a user account who may or may not be the person in question removing content, we have to treat that like anybody else removing content because we just don't know. I'd say we should honor any requests that don't seem entirely spurious, so long as there's an actual request.
        That said, I really hope Andrew and Timm don't object because they're great pictures. It's nice to know that the Heroes motif of "incredibly attractive people discovering they have extraordinary abilities" extends to some of the crew, too.--Hardvice (talk) 13:20, 5 April 2007 (EDT)