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I was reading through the TTR Wiki policies, and I'd like to first say great work on perfecting these articles – I assume it was you. However, I did come across a change I'd like to see made. It's not necessarily a "policy" per say, but a how-to.
 
I was reading through the TTR Wiki policies, and I'd like to first say great work on perfecting these articles – I assume it was you. However, I did come across a change I'd like to see made. It's not necessarily a "policy" per say, but a how-to.
On [[Toontown Rewritten Wiki:Manual of Style]], under [[Toontown Rewritten Wiki:Manual of Style#Links|Links]], there really should be an explanation as to how to properly pluralize or possess words. Something along the lines of <pre>"The [[cat]]s are going to [[Flippy]]'s house."</pre> Rather than <pre>"The [[Cat|cats]] are going to [[Flippy]]'s house."</pre> I'll leave it up to you as to whether the "'s" should be linked or not. Either is alright with me. It also might be worth mentioning that categories are link through the method: <pre>[[:Category:Name|Name]]</pre>
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On [[Toontown Rewritten Wiki:Manual of Style]], under [[Toontown Rewritten Wiki:Manual of Style#Links|Links]], there really should be an explanation as to how to properly pluralize or possess words. Something along the lines of <pre>"The [[cat]]s are going to [[Flippy]]'s house."</pre> Rather than <pre>"The [[Cat|cats]] are going to [[Flippy|Flippy's]] house."</pre> I'll leave it up to you as to whether the "'s" should be linked or not. Either is alright with me. It also might be worth mentioning that categories are link through the method: <pre>[[:Category:Name|Name]]</pre>
 
Also, under [[Toontown Rewritten Wiki:Manual of Style#Links|Templates]], I would like to recommend adjusting "The prefix Template: is unnecessary when using braces ({{ }})." to "The prefix Template: is unnecessary '''and should not be used''' when using braces ({{ }})." The line "Categories that are automatically added from the template should not be added again on the article itself." states an issue that I strongly disagree with: categories should never be built into templates, aside from stubs or very specific instances.
 
Also, under [[Toontown Rewritten Wiki:Manual of Style#Links|Templates]], I would like to recommend adjusting "The prefix Template: is unnecessary when using braces ({{ }})." to "The prefix Template: is unnecessary '''and should not be used''' when using braces ({{ }})." The line "Categories that are automatically added from the template should not be added again on the article itself." states an issue that I strongly disagree with: categories should never be built into templates, aside from stubs or very specific instances.
   

Latest revision as of 06:59, July 8, 2017

I was reading through the TTR Wiki policies, and I'd like to first say great work on perfecting these articles – I assume it was you. However, I did come across a change I'd like to see made. It's not necessarily a "policy" per say, but a how-to.

On Toontown Rewritten Wiki:Manual of Style, under Links, there really should be an explanation as to how to properly pluralize or possess words. Something along the lines of
"The [[cat]]s are going to [[Flippy]]'s house."
Rather than
"The [[Cat|cats]] are going to [[Flippy|Flippy's]] house."
I'll leave it up to you as to whether the "'s" should be linked or not. Either is alright with me. It also might be worth mentioning that categories are link through the method:
[[:Category:Name|Name]]

Also, under Templates, I would like to recommend adjusting "The prefix Template: is unnecessary when using braces ({{ }})." to "The prefix Template: is unnecessary and should not be used when using braces ({{ }})." The line "Categories that are automatically added from the template should not be added again on the article itself." states an issue that I strongly disagree with: categories should never be built into templates, aside from stubs or very specific instances.

I didn't want to accidentally jump into a project and mess anything up, so I wanted to just drop these suggestions here. Thanks.

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