Wiktionary talk:Example sentences
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Do you think the page would be better placed in the Wiktionary namespace instead of Help? I usually think of the Wiktionary namespace as containing the style information and the Help namespace as providing technical guidance. Since the Example sentences page is more of a style guide, I tend to think it is misplaced in the Help namespace. --EncycloPetey 18:55, 16 February 2009 (UTC)
- Beats me. I never got the difference between those two namespaces. If the difference is in fact the one you mention then, yes, I suppose it should move; I wonder though how many other pages would also need moving in that case. For now there's a redirect, which should, I think, remain in place (though perhaps, as you say, reversed).—msh210℠ 18:58, 16 February 2009 (UTC)
- I deliberately put it in the Help namespace because a) it gives help, and b) pages in the Wiktionary namespace seem to take on a special aura of authority (perhaps it's just because my initial foray into wikis was on the dark side). Although WT:ELE is strict policy, for a good reason, to encourage standardisation, WT:USEX is not strict policy, it just gives people an introduction. Maybe we shouldn't make that distiction, or I am making it in the wrong place - but that was my thought; however I don't mind particularly either way. (The other page that I can think of at the moment is Help:Dispute resolution - which was to replace the Wikipedia import in the wiktionary namespace). Conrad.Irwin 19:07, 16 February 2009 (UTC)