On 5/5/06, charles matthews <charles.r.matthews(a)ntlworld.com> wrote:
I think we need to have some more focussed policy guides about surname
This may not be the most fascinating discussion for
all, but for me it
go to the heart of one big issue: what can be done to make the English
Wikipedia have more the look-and-feel of a finished product? I think good
lists by surname do give that impression, that reference material is here
and has been worked over.
What would be great would be to have a standard format for a surname page.
As usual, standardisation can lead to some future automation. But it
solve a bunch of niggling issues I'm going to outline
Do you know any examples of a good surname page? Something people could use
as a model to improve others?