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OrthodoxWiki talk:Style Manual

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== Interwiki ==
Plese put the intwerwiki <nowiki>[[bg:ДвериДвери�?:Ръковод�?тво за �?тила на пи�?ане]]</nowiki> in the page. I can't do it myself, because the page is protected. Thanks! --[[User:Gregg|Gregg]] 15:36, June 17, 2006 (CDT):Done. &mdash; edited by [[User:Pistevo|<font color="red">Pι</font>]][[Special:Listusers/sysop|s]][[User talk:Pistevo|<font color="yellow">τ</font>]][[Special:Contributions/Pistevo|é]][[User:Pistevo|<font color="blue">vο</font>]] at 17:40, June 17, 2006 (CDT)::Thank you. [[User:Gregg|Gregg]] 17:42, June 17, 2006 (CDT) == Singular vs. plural article names == Is there a rule on the usage of plural/singular article titles? On Wikipedia, singular forms are typically used even if the subject is used in a plural context. Here we have articles such as [[Hours]] and [[Great Feasts]] that probably should be Hour and Great Feast instead. --[[User:Cholmes75|cholmes75]] 15:29, January 4, 2007 (PST) :There probably should be a preference for singular forms; this seems appropriate. However, I would not want to be strict or legalistic in following a rule like that. To look at your examples, [[Hours]] would not be helpful at all (or even make much sense) to be in the singular, while [[Great Feasts]] probably could be made singular without much confusion. Let's see what some of the other sysops say, and we'll consider making an entry in the Style Manual. --[[User:Basil|Basil]] 19:44, January 4, 2007 (PST) I think we need to watch the context of the title. Graet Feasts is a good example. While it would be proper to use the singular in, for example, the ''Feast of the Nativity of Our Lord'' as a title, but making the title of the article of ''Great Feasts'' that discusses all of them as ''Great Feast'' seems very odd.[[User:Wsk|Wsk]] 06:35, January 5, 2007 (PST)

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