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berestovskyy wrote:If I find a page, there is no way I can tell if the page is country-specific and which country it is. Sometimes you can see it in the title, sometimes at the bottom (categories). But it's inconsistent and some countries do not "tag" their pages at all.
I suggest we add a standard "tag" at the top of every country-specific page (template? namespace? title suffix?) and a country homepage link at the bottom (category? normal link? another template?). Link to a generic English page would be ambiguous IMO.
berestovskyy wrote:Regarding links from generic English pages to country-specific. It seems to me that How to label and name roads is a good example, while Road Type is a bad one.
I guess at least the following pages should be country-specific:
- Road type
- How to label and name roads + abbreviation table
- Best practices + Landmarks
- FAQ for users + editors
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