[Wikipedia-l] Re: Naming conventions (city names)
Karen AKA Kajikit
kaji at labyrinth.net.au
Mon Aug 12 11:46:36 UTC 2002
Toby Bartels wrote:
> I saw the tail end of discussion of this issue on this list,
> but I didn't participate and, thinking that the issue was decided,
> but also thinking that the decision was (to an extent) wrong,
> and seeing no mention of the dissent that I remembered from the list
> on the page [[Wikipedia:Naming conventions (city names)]],
> I added a statement of my opinion, just for the record, on the talk page.
> To my surprise, many others chimed in to say that they felt the same,
> and in fact some have now been saying that the issue was ''never'' decided.
> If that is true, then the naming conventions page is in error
> (to the extent that it purports to describe settled policy).
> I urge this list to look at the talk page mentioned above,
> as well as [[Talk:Naming conventions]], where people (not me) are discussing
> not the convention itself but the process by which it was reached.
> '''I especially urge natives and residents of the British Isles,
> and other native English speakers in Europe, to weigh in!!!'''
You mean people are squabbling like two-year-olds... I said my piece and
there's no point in saying it again.
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