>>>> "TC" == The Cunctator
TC> If we accept this principle, we should replace all of the
TC> [[list of ]] entries with [[Category:]] entries.
TC> I'm not quite entirely convinced that the healthiest thing to
TC> do is to separate category/list pages from the main namespace,
TC> but it's not a bizarre concept.
I'm pretty much not terribly happy with the idea.
I think the category-member relationship is a whole nother kettle of
fish from the issue of namespaces.
I think that getting into pseudo-namespaces ("Category:" is not a
namespace -- it's just a prefix) is probably not in our best long-term
I think that "Wikipedia:Help" or "Wikipedia:About" could and should
I think that we should use field-value pairs for categorization and
for tagging categories:
I also think that we can use a bot to move [[list of X]] to [[X]],
where X doesn't already exist, mark that article as a category
([[type=category]]), and add ([[category=X]]) to any links in a list
on that page.
Evan Prodromou <evan(a)wikitravel.org>
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