Wiktionary talk:Cleanup and deletion process

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You don't really need to state that Cleanup should be captialized, it will catch on if folks like doing it that way. I always liked the captialization-style used in the 18 century, so I do agree, it should be Cleanup. --Eean 10:42, 2 Dec 2004 (UTC)

Just that the word is used in various links etc, category names. If anyone decides to put int he category with a lower case, I don't know whether it will work. Definitley it must not be split up into "Clean up" or"Clean-up"--Richardb 01:14, 3 Dec 2004 (UTC)

Whether something is captial case or all lower case does not matter, only if one of the other letters changes does it matter (just tested with [1] vs. [2]). Basically I'm saying if something isn't really that important, leave it out, shorter it is the more likely people will read it. --Eean 02:58, 3 Dec 2004 (UTC)

OK. I'll take it out after a few days.--Richardb 10:20, 3 Dec 2004 (UTC)

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