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In accordance with the WP:STRONGNAT policy I changed the links pointing from skepticism to scepticism after the category name change. However, another editor has reverted my edit, suggesting the article title should be used instead. Here is evidence "scepticism" is generally used in India: The Hindu and Firstpost. Do any other editors have a view on this matter? AusLondonder (talk) 21:11, 10 November 2015 (UTC)
For clarity, these are the changes in question. I don't think WP:STRONGNAT comes into play when all we are dealing with is links from Template:Cat main and Template:Cat more. If we are saying that a specific article is the "main article" for a category, it makes sense to use the actual name of that article, not a redirect to it. Good Ol’factory(talk) 21:18, 10 November 2015 (UTC)