Talk:Programming in the large and programming in the small

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Merge proposal[edit]

Given that both Programming in the large and Programming in the small are concepts that only make sense when assuming the existence of each other, and given that both articles are stubs with redundant information, I propose that both articles are merged into an article named Programming in the large and programming in the small.

This join of complementary concepts into a single article has precedents in various Wikipedia categories. See for instance: Nominative and structural type systems; Greek and Latin roots; Greek and Latin Roots in English; Irregularities and exceptions in Interlingua. --Antonielly (talk) 18:44, 14 November 2008 (UTC)

Since no one has objected, I am going to merge the articles. --Antonielly (talk) 13:49, 16 December 2008 (UTC)