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The last modification is completely non-sense. Now, we have a few episodes with filming date and the other half is listed with the air date. As this 9 episodes are the same that I removed on Production timeline yesterday (modified by the same contributor a few days ago), I presume that the contributor has no informations about the other episodes filming date. So, I think we must let them for the moment with the airdate. Maybe we could put the filming date in ( ) - Philoust123 09:00, 17 May 2006 (UTC)

I'm still working on that. My source is the 1981 edition of the The Star Trek Compendium by Allan Asherman. Since this page is described as a production timeline, I've been wondering if it shouldn't concentrate mainly on the production schedules. It's for this reason that I've put in a link to TOS episode airdates. I think certain landmark episodes, such as the pilot and premiere episodes should probably have their broadcast dates listed here, though--Robert Treat 21:41, 17 May 2006 (UTC).
I'm all for expanding to list script revision dates and filming schedules -- however, the dates of all broadcasts should be listed separately.. why have a production timeline if we're going to a)make it not like a timeline at all and b) not list the culmination of the production, the broadcast and release?
list it like this, for example:
  • January
    • Episode A script revision date
    • Episode B script revision date
  • February
    • Episode A production begins
    • Episode C script revision date
    • Episode B production begins
  • March
    • Episode A airs
    • Episode C production begins
    • Episode B airs
so on and so forth. thats why its called a timeline. -- Captain M.K.B. 22:20, 17 May 2006 (UTC)

I've included the script dates for "The Corbomite Maneuver". With the subsequent episodes I've been putting the script dates on the episode pages--Robert Treat 22:03, 18 May 2006 (UTC).

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