Roster: Terra-Dyne or Omicron? Edit
When you look at the top of the roster on Chloe's computer, it says Terra-Dyne, a subsidiary of Omicron International. It was indeed Terra-Dyne that got all the isotopes for the Sentox, according to the conversation between Chloe and Jack. Unless someone can put forward evidence that the roster is for Omicron itself, I'm inclined to believe that the roster is for the Terra-Dyne company, and that we probably don't know any of the names of those in charge of the larger entity Omicron itself.
I have double checked everything and the only questionable item is Scott Dinsmore... I believe that he is the President of Environment Sector, but it was barely legible. Can anybody else double check for me? Thanks! --220.127.116.11 02:11, 8 July 2007 (UTC)
- Hey there nice work finding all those names. I'll look into that with my zoom screen, but first I'd like your thoughts on this: let's integrate the active roster you've transcribed into the Omicron International page. Since these are names of characters, it's welcome here of course, but each name definitely doesn't need it's own entry because: 1. the entries only consist of the same exact information next to each name in the roster, and 2. no one is ever going to look up those names individually.
- So all I'm proposing is that you move the list to it's own special section within the overall Omicron page, with no need for creating redundant individual pages for each name. Whatcha think? – Blue Rook 05:40, 8 July 2007 (UTC)talkcontribs
- I've moved the roster here, rather than putting it on its own page. As for individual names, the custom is to give every named person, place and thing its own article, regardless of size or redundancy. So, it's perfectly fine to make articles for all of those characters. They're characters that exist in the 24verse, so they should have their own article and be listed in the Characters categories. --Proudhug 01:57, 10 July 2007 (UTC)