Again, my bad -- the same as above, the problem is
naming the article,
and that will also end up being the first version; once we decide on the
former, the latter is automatically solved.
[...] As you can see,
there is an overwhelming majority of Romanians using one form of the
name, and I feel that should be more important than the choice of the
author of the article, as you suggest above.
I think Jimmy’s idea about the “hard links” was a good one. I don’t
know how it should look like on the site, but it’s a great idea. Have
whichever is the original, and just #ALIAS or something the others. It
wouldn’t display “== OTHERNAME == (redirected from [[WHATYOUWROTE]])”,
it would retain WHATYOUWROTE for title. It will have to notice us that
there are aliases — I do not know how it would be the best to do that.
And editing can be a little troublesome.
But now that I think about it, the content would be just one, and it’d
look — to say the least — silly, to have “Iisus Hristos” for title, but
“Isus Cristos” in the content. Ehhhhh… >_<
You could have two articles, but then consistency would suffer.