I didn't restrict page titles with "/", so you can still create a /talk
subpage to every page, even within the talk: namespace. Your
Architecture/Talk page even has its own talk: namespace. I hope people will
not create /talk subpages when they have a talk: namespace, but I don't
think I could (or should) stop them.
Or should I?
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Note : All Foobar/Talk subpages have been automatically converted to
talk:Foobar! There should be a green link on every article page
the talk namespace.
If a /Talk space doesn't exist, and you create one, is it still supposed
to map to a talk: space ? Currently, it doesn't. (Check out
architechure/Talk, which I just did)
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