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Welcome again, and have a lot of fun,--Haspelmath 15:06, 30 June 2007 (CEST)
I saw your recent renaming of some articles. You should decide how to write quantitative linguistics in the names of the articles. Sometimes you write "Quantitative Linguistics" sometimes "quantitative linguistics". I'm not familiar with the English orthography, but I thing in the heading all words except for "of" and "the" are written with an initial uppercase letter. The question is how do we do in in Glottopedia. We should decide for one default for english and other orthographical variants should redirect to the default article. Let's discuss this in the Glottopedia:Forum--Sven Siegmund 10:56, 14 July 2007 (CEST)
- You are right, I became uncomfortable with my orthography because all the other titles of the "sample articles" section have been written without caps. --Rk
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