Tue 31st May 2011, 12:50am
QUOTE(RMHED @ Mon 30th May 2011, 8:27pm)
Admin Neelix has been on an article moving spree
. Being a Wikipedia fucktard he's moved articles like "Council of Ministers of the Isle of Man" to "Cabinet of the Isle of Man". He seems to have done this with all such similar articles, all in the name of uniformity!!
The fact that these renames are completely inaccurate seems to have escaped this genius.
"FUCKTARD" = someone with whom I disagree.
What offends me here is the flat Wikipedia structure. I'd think the "Council of Ministers of the Isle of Man," presumably that's the official name, would be a subpage of "The Isle of Man," in a real encyclopedia.
I'll agree that RMHED is basically right. The official name should be used, not a name that is really based on Original Research, i.e., "The Council of Ministers" is a "Cabinet." But surely the "Cabinet" connection could be handled with a category instead of using it in the name, which should clearly be ... the name!
Categories are based on a limited form of original research, often....