Talk:Knots in traditional art

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 Definition A survey of the appearance of knots in works of art. [d] [e]
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I moved the gallery from below the references of the main page to the dedicated subpage, as per CZ:Gallery. I have also looked into the automated import of the images and replied on the forum. Hope this helps. --Daniel Mietchen 01:26, 15 November 2009 (UTC)

Thanks for moving the images up. It took a few tries, over two days, just to get the gallery template to work for me; and then I realized after logging out that it was a mistake to have the images below the refs. Malcolm Schosha 12:54, 15 November 2009 (UTC)
Hmmm... Perhaps I should have looked at the change you made before replying. I think it is important to have the gallery together with the rest of article in this case. Are you willing to agree to that? Malcolm Schosha 13:17, 15 November 2009 (UTC)
I think the article page should primarily contain text, even for graphic topics, though most CZ articles could certainly do with more illustrations than they currently have. At the current length of this article, I would deem one image appropriate, and prefer to have the others in the gallery. Once the article develops, we can think of introducing some gallery-like features into it (e.g. showing one kind of knot in several artistic contexts), but anything even remotely close to your Commons gallery would be the overkill for an article page. As for the image legends, I would prefer something more knot-centric than the current mosaic-focused descriptions. --Daniel Mietchen 13:35, 15 November 2009 (UTC)
I will not argue the point, but that does not work for me. Malcolm Schosha 14:16, 15 November 2009 (UTC)