Talk:WikiProject Cleanup/Structure

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I'll move TomChance's comment here (following comment) although I've made it out-of-date by refactoring the WikiProject Cleanup/Structure page a little. -- Harry Wood 12:58, 12 April 2007 (BST)

I'm not sure what the difference between "pages about specific locations" and "project pages" will be. If I understand you correctly, project pages could include mapping weekend pages and pages such as Bedford, which is about a specific location but that also discusses the status list and todo items. If they're non-exclusive then I guess the Bedford page would get both categorisations (using MediaWiki categories) but if we're using URLs to neaten it up (e.g. 'Place/Bedford' and 'Projects/Karlsruhe mapping weekend') then some articles will defy the schema by fitting into two URLs (Reading has mapping weekend data as well as status, todo and generic info, for example). Or we could just cut these pages up into the place page, the status page and sub-project pages for mapping weekends, etc. TomChance 06:55, 12 April 2007 (BST)