Haha, the worst thing is I'm even from the same region of Norway that he is,
he grew up about a two hour drive from where I did, and I knew about him
back when he was a local nobody. Small world, eh? ;)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Julie Hofmann Kemp" <juleskemp(a)yahoo.com>
Sent: Sunday, April 28, 2002 7:43 PM
Subject: [Wikipedia-l] RE: Duplicate pages
From: "Eirik Bakke" <eirik_bakke(a)broadpark.no>
Date: Sat, 27 Apr 2002 04:24:01 +0200
Subject: [Wikipedia-l] Duplicate pages.
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I'm fairly new to wikipedia, and this mailinglist, so I don't really =
know if this is the appropriate forum for this, but here goes;
I'm attempting to flesh out the area of music genres, however I've ran =
into a problem I cannot seem to find a way to get around. When entering
artists of various musical genres, alot of the entries I want to make, =
already have alot of information on a totally different subject (Fish, =
Genesis,Delerium,Live, Emperor ect). The obvious solution would be to =
add it to the existing pages under a different meaning of the word, =
however I feel that would do more harm then good on alot of topics. =
(Writing about progressive rock under the entrance for "Fish") Is there
any workaroud for this? Ideally creating several pages for the same =
topic, that would both show up on a search, without the clutter of =
having elerything on the same page. This problem will only get more =
common as the numbers of articles increase.
I would apprechiate and insight you migth have to offer.
Hi Eirik -- Speaking of duplication, isn't it a good thing we have
User: Eirik Bakke to distinguish him from Eirik Bakke (the footballer)?
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