Julie Kemp <juleskemp(a)yahoo.com> writes:
In English, we use Hans Christian, so that's how
people will look
First, don't forget that one can easily make one page redirect to the
other, so only the "real" page title is at issue here; an issue for
I was under the impression that trying to write the
with "most familiar English-language version of name (when
applicable)" was a consensus-driven wiki norm?
What if the most familiar version is objectively wrong? One case in
point is that we don't have [[e. e. cummings]] which seems to be the
most used spelling, while we do have [[E. E. Cummings]] which people
seem to consider right. Actually the first should at least redirect
until we have software that doesn't discern by case.