Talk:List of unofficial bootlegs (digital)

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About time we make a template/format for individual bootleg release articles?

A few of the physically released bootlegs here are deserving of a page of their own, as opposed to just a line or two in the live show's article. Not separating the two muddies the water somewhat and makes it harder to look at info for individual CDs. Along with that, the B-Side/Demo related bootlegs can't follow any consistent format yet while we still just link to the live show articles, as they can't be connected to a single page. It seems like a haphazard solution that ignores the fact that the bootlegs are individual physical releases (As opposed to just direct copies of shows, like the digitally released bootlegs are). I wouldn't want to be the one to try and create a format for these types of pages since I'm new to this wiki, but I would be willing to assist in the creation of the pages if some sort of template (Like the one used for live shows) was decided on. I Donte Like Birdse (talk) 00:30, 3 December 2020 (UTC)

Some bootlegs do have their own pages already (see Alive Quantum or American Holiday, for example). Feel free to make more as you see fit, just remember to set the Album "type=" in the infobox to "Unofficial bootleg" and tag pages with the Unofficial bootlegs category. Make sure, at the end of the day, that there's still a "Weezer concert:" page and a page for the released bootleg, and that they link to each other. --HMC (talk) 13:55, 3 December 2020 (UTC)