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OK, so we do have a source. But Patrick Spikes/BackDoorDisney is still not an official source of information. Not only that, he's gotten in trouble with Disney in the past, so that doesn't help.
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OK, so we do have a source. But Patrick Spikes/BackDoorDisney is still not an official source of information. Not only that, he's gotten in trouble with Disney in the past, so that doesn't help matters. He wasn't permitted to go where he was not allowed to go, and as I said it's still very much likely that whoever took the photos (whether it's him or someone else) were not permitted to take them and share them on social media or other outside sources.
   
 
The best compromise I can go with is that this wiki's article can inform more about the rumors and speculation since Wikipedia doesn't allow for such (and I did leave that kind of info on this wiki's article in my edits), but stop short of declaring it "closed" without an official, truly reliable source. That's the best middle ground I can go with. If we cannot agree to that, then we'll have to let Disney Wiki administration decide for themselves.
 
The best compromise I can go with is that this wiki's article can inform more about the rumors and speculation since Wikipedia doesn't allow for such (and I did leave that kind of info on this wiki's article in my edits), but stop short of declaring it "closed" without an official, truly reliable source. That's the best middle ground I can go with. If we cannot agree to that, then we'll have to let Disney Wiki administration decide for themselves.

Latest revision as of 22:19, 12 August 2019

Pepper Gaming wrote: The person who originally leaked it was Back Door Disney (which is how the leak started). My opinion is that a fan run wiki should be where fans can contribute what they think is right (regardless of h[o]w credible the information is) and I think it's right to keep wikipedia and fun run wiki's (such as this) sep[a]rate from each other.

As I said I'd agree that these photos aren't credible information on wikipedia since that[']s more of a professional, encyclopedia style wiki and information like that shouldn't be on there. But since this is fan run wiki, I guess that we will have to agree to disagree unless we can find a middle ground with the consensus

OK, so we do have a source. But Patrick Spikes/BackDoorDisney is still not an official source of information. Not only that, he's gotten in trouble with Disney in the past, so that doesn't help matters. He wasn't permitted to go where he was not allowed to go, and as I said it's still very much likely that whoever took the photos (whether it's him or someone else) were not permitted to take them and share them on social media or other outside sources.

The best compromise I can go with is that this wiki's article can inform more about the rumors and speculation since Wikipedia doesn't allow for such (and I did leave that kind of info on this wiki's article in my edits), but stop short of declaring it "closed" without an official, truly reliable source. That's the best middle ground I can go with. If we cannot agree to that, then we'll have to let Disney Wiki administration decide for themselves.

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