Template talk:Cultural assimilation

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Slovenisation[edit]

I wonder why there it is "Croatisation" and "Serbianisation" in the Template, but not "Slovenisation". And it is impossible to insert it (or at least very difficult). — Preceding unsigned comment added by 98.77.40.8 (talk) 16:55, 22 May 2013 (UTC)

Local spelling differences[edit]

Many of the articles on this template contravene Wikipædia's policy of local/ regional spelling. Whilst it can be argued that the OED has said that -ise is from the French, and the -ize from the Greek, making the latter more accurate, many readers of Commonwealth English do not agree with this and I for one would prefer that regional English spelling be adhered to. As a result of this, it can be argued that this template has become subject to cultural assimilation into American English? If I can get someone to second this, I will gladly change it myself. Uamaol (talk) 01:30, 21 March 2016 (UTC)