OK, time for another Oxford-related list. I have no connections to Keble College, but fortunately Felix Folio Secundus does and he has been very helpful in providing print references to supplement the resources I could find online. The list is along the lines of List of Honorary Fellows of Jesus College, Oxford and I think that it matches the FL criteria. There are a couple of redlinks, for two people who have or have had prominent positions in the worlds of business/finance, but about whom I couldn't find enough to make an article. The blacklinks are for a few people who, as far as I can tell, only are notable in a college sense rather than a WP sense. Enjoy! BencherliteTalk 10:11, 14 May 2010 (UTC)
Support. I can not find anything that could prevent promotion of this list to the featured status. Ruslik_Zero 17:26, 15 May 2010 (UTC)
Thanks for your review and support. I'm not convinced that it's necessary to wikilink Oxford in notes such as "White's Professor of Moral Philosophy at Oxford", since the most interesting link is to the position, not the university; but out of deference to your request, all instances of "Oxford" in the table are now linked. I had deliberately not linked Keble College or the University of Oxford in the publishers, on the basis that existing wikilinks to these articles in the list would probably be enough, but again out of deference to your request I have wikilinked the first instance of each as publisher. BencherliteTalk 15:58, 19 May 2010 (UTC)
"founded in memory of the " really? Seems a little artificial, but if that's what the source says...
Yes, there was a public appeal for subscriptions to commemorate John Keble with a new Oxford college. Not the type of thing you can imagine happening today for a deceased Anglican cleric, is it?
"They can be called upon, however, to help decide whether to dismiss or discipline members of academic staff..." is that all it's worth?
I've added that they can receive "such other privileges as the Governing Body may determine", which is the phrase used in the statutes - which I suspect includes various invitations to college functions etc, though I don't have a source for what perks the HFs receive at Jesus or at Keble
Dare I suggest you tell me why two of the inaugural fellows were prominent, rather than me relying on a paper ref?
fellow vs Fellow. What are the rules?
No idea... even the Keble website uses F/f with no apparent pattern. I've now gone for "Fellow" and "Fellowship" as that's the capitalisation used by the statutes
"such as Ronald Reagan (President of the United States 1981–89," I would prefer "such as former US President Ron... (elected..)" to remain consistent.
I don't like =. Okay, call me a tab, whatever, but what's wrong with a lovely spaced en- or em-dash?
Adonis and Balls at the top. How appropriate...!
It was so tempting for the photo of Adonis to add to the existing alt-text "Behind him, two people look to be asleep and a third has his head in his hands..."
Davidge and de Breyne appear to be a little out of order initially.
Bristol University or University of Bristol? etc etc.
I was wondering when you'd show up... Thanks for the nitpicks, and I hope the changes make you even happier. On the subject of watersports, WP:TFAR#May 29 - fingers crossed! BencherliteTalk 11:03, 21 May 2010 (UTC)
Support a really nice piece of work, and, dare I say it, an example of what we should be aiming to produce at FLC. Half a dozen minor comments, not months of debate over this and that. Good stuff Bencherlite, please keep up the good work and the impeccable standard. The Rambling Man (talk) 17:55, 22 May 2010 (UTC)
Support. Excellent work. NYCRuss☎ 18:02, 29 May 2010 (UTC)
Call me picky, but I'd like to have an image in the lede to break up the "wall of text" effect- either one of the people, or File:Keble College Chapel - Oct 2006.jpg which is a FP. (Maybe I lean more towards the building since you mention their break with tradition)
Do Bishops not take the "Sir" title when named Knights of the RVO?
Since you mention the longest-serving current fellow, any chance of adding who was the longest-serving overall?
Great list, I'm scratching the barrel to find something to say on this one. Bradjamesbrown (talk) 14:58, 31 May 2010 (UTC)