Item: One Piece
Type of Problem: Incorrect_content
Extra Details: bad sorting
Could you provide a little more information? Are the episodes in the wrong order?
Skypia is session 6 and you have skipia in 4/5/9
see wiki https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Piece_(Anime)/Episodenliste
Hi, can you be a little more specific? Exactly which episodes are in the wrong place? Please give the incorrect episode numbers and dates and tell us what the episode numbers and dates should be. Then we can research it. Thanks!
Hi, in this thread: https://www.themoviedb.org/talk/57652e97c3a3681c4700051e?page=1
I reported that the number of episodes of season 2 and 3 are wrong. Season two has 16 episodes, starts with saga of reverse mountain and has other three sagas more, until the Drum's saga, which occupies the entire season 3. Season three only has 14 episodes. The season 4 starts with Alabasta, with episode 92. Season 1 (61) + Season 2 (16) + Season 3 (14) = 91
I reported for the spanish version and got the information of wikia. But the information changes depending on where you looking at. In the English version of Wikia, episode 92 is the last episode of season 3 and season 4 consists of 38 episodes instead of 39. Information on other sites is also confusing.
I think that is better the spanish version of wikia because episode 92 is the first episode of Alabasta Arc.
done. content now is locked.
can you please correct the mentioned episodes?
afterwards i will lock the content.
Actually we're reviewing the whole way anime is organized here to make sure it's in line with reality. Anime like One Piece do not really have seasons, but sometimes long anime are broken down by fans in line with the way the way DVDs were marketed in Japan. A decision has yet to be made on how this will be handled in the future. IF seasonal breakdowns continue for One Piece, it will be based on the Japanese DVD release and not on Wikipedia or Wikia fanpages or individuals' perceptions of where the breaks should occur because it's just too confusing and inconsistent (as you've observed!). So for now, as long as episodes are in the correct order and have correct titles/air dates, it may be best to leave them where they are? Hopefully discussions will be done within the next few days and a plan made for how to deal with making any necessary changes.
I thought at first. This series should not be organized in seasons, as much in sagas, but it's better to only block with all chapters followed. There are more animes happens the same, do not have real seasons. I said nothing about that because in this page all series have seasons, but would certainly be the best way of classification.
I don't know if this change would be a problem for TMDB Scraper.
Good to hear your feedback! These are all things we're considering. I think a lot of data here got organized the way it is at Wikipedia and some other databases, but now we're reconsidering. I finally figured out those sites were copying the Japanese DVD release groupings, which follow story arcs. But it's not even consistent. They still move episodes around, and I don't know why. If we go to a single season listing, we're trying to consider the impact of having 800 eps on one page, effects on scrapers, logistics of moving all those episodes (a lot of users have worked hard on the content), and stuff like that.
Apologize if it is inappropriate to resurrect this thread. Yet for One Piece this issue is not resolved even in 2018. The season/arc splitting today for One Piece is simply based on nothing, not even Japanese DVD release. Should we correct the grouping here in tmdb for One Piece, based on Japanese DVD release, which is the most popular grouping?
Japanese Wiki lists all the mapping between episodes and DVD release, which is a good reference. (https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/ONE_PIECE_(アニメ)_のエピソード一覧)
This is one of the shows that needs to be reformatted into “one season”. Then episode groups can be created for the saga’s and arcs !(specials will still remain in specials)
That's a good idea. Let's start from this show. Is anyone doing that now? Or maybe I could help with that.
@owlhuang I would actually suggest to inquire @travisbell about doing this. Without backend help (or querying the API) you would take forever to grab and copy over all the translations and images.
Thank, @sp1ti . Any help/suggestion is welcome. @travisbell, would you mind giving out your thought here? In the meantime, I'll take a look at the API. Let's get this rolling!