[Wikipedia-l] Capitalisation on the French Wiktionary

Peter Gervai grin at tolna.net
Wed Sep 22 17:52:36 UTC 2004

On Wed, Sep 22, 2004 at 06:49:36PM +0200, Yann Forget wrote:
> Hi,
> Capitalisation is now only an option in the French Wiktionary.
> So, f.e., now [[allemand]] and [[Allemand]] are two different articles.
> All language names are lower cases in French.

Please enlighten me.

I see why it is good to be able to call an article [[pH]], so that's okay.

However, I fail to see the point why [[ph]] [[pH]] and [[Ph]] have to be
different articles. Can someone show an example where different
capitalisation result different words which require separate articles?

I'd say if someone links to [[ph]] it should find [[pH]], and editing [[ph]]
would open [[pH]] for edit.


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