On Sat, Dec 28, 2013 at 8:50 AM, Volker Merschmann <email@example.com> wrote:
For reference, the namespace is 'Template:' ; The category name of
'Templates' makes sense to me.
For me, it makes sense the other way round. Let us keep "template" here for
the wiki templates also as a category.
So we can refer to "templates" when talking about ODF-Templates for LO/OOo.
The namespace collision is unfortunate.. :P
"Templates" is the plural form, so it does make sense to use it when
talking about a category, just as if we had a category of "Cars" or
Increased specificity with "ODF Templates" and "(Media)Wiki Templates"
seems like a reasonable compromise here.
I can not see any advantage in creating another category for the menus,
because the usage will still be "template" although the category might be
"menutemplate". Or am I wrong here?
To take one example, there are 20+ 'BugzAssHlp' templates. Putting
those into a sub-category would be a healthy cleanup :-)
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