Made Standard Accounting Principles a blue link
Poor old sap
Was wondering if anyone has ever heard the phrase before? Where it came from, ect. I think there should be a topic for this and a link to the disambiguation page.
JoeyGWilliams 00:13, 18 October 2007 (UTC)
SAP as "Second Audio Program"
A small distinction, but I've heard SAP (in this usage) referred to as SecondARY Audio Program. It probably doesn't matter, but I was just wondering if that IS the correct label should the entry be changed to reflect that? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk • contribs) 12:54, April 12, 2007 (UTC)
- Currently, that other article is titled Second audio program, so we wouldn't want to change this disambiguation page unless that article title was changed. If you have a published source for the name variation you believe to be correct, you may want to bring it up at Talk:Second audio program. And since that article currently does not have any references at all, if you can provide some it would be a great help. Thanks, Satori Son 13:04, 12 April 2007 (UTC)part of a flower
Just want to clarify a couple of things to avoid further reverts. For one, I have a fair amount of experience with the disambiguation project and am quite confident that there's no such concept as "primary meaning" with a different definition than "primary topic". And in order for this topic to become the primary topic, the following would need to happen: 1) an article would have to actually exist for this topic and 2) a move request and discussion which resulted in consensus to move this page to SAP (disambiguation) and have SAP redirect to the newly created Systems, Applications and Products. -- Fyrael (talk) 17:58, 6 January 2017 (UTC)