User talk:Energy110

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Comment on National Basketball League (Australasia) talk page[edit]

I would much appreciate your input in this discussion: Talk:National Basketball League (Australasia)#Clean-up of content. --2nyte (talk) 15:20, 4 April 2013 (UTC)

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Hi, firstly, thank you for your edits. I've noticed, though, that a few such as those on topics related to Fremantle and Port Adelaide are pretty major but are not being done consultatively with other editors. Some fairly non-rigid standards have been developed over years to handle strange situations such as how we write about Fremantle the place, Fremantle the bounded suburb (a much smaller place than the previous with fairly artificial rather than organic boundaries), and the City of Fremantle which is the Local Government Area (again with arbitrary boundaries). There's also a very confusing definition of "city" which gets even more confusing the further one goes around Australia - Fremantle is a city due to its history, rather than due to the Local Government Act. Some cities are not even within a City LGA (this is especially the case with some of the amalgamations in Queensland and New South Wales). And finally, the standard on place naming used to be prescriptive and require ", state", but it's since been established that some places are recognisable on their own and so a reader would expect to find, for example, the Port Adelaide article at "Port Adelaide". (For the record I argued against this at the time but the majority won.) The state naming is useful for places that are either less known or possibly ambiguous as they give a reader a context, and we have a redirect from the plain name if it is unique. In short, there's reasons why these things are so - if you're curious, ask somebody rather than simply changing, as it creates work for other editors if it has to be put back. Orderinchaos 14:24, 5 December 2013 (UTC)

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