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I was trying to organize the models to make more sense to the uninitiated. Many sourced I read clearly divided them by cylinders, so I did too. I have no problem organizing them differently, but I think they should be sorted somehow to show the progression from model to model. I'd be happy to see your ideas! --SFoskett 12:10, Jun 24, 2005 (UTC)
Jack & Manual of Style
Hi. Thanks for your edits to Jack, especially fixing the typo in my last revision. I hope you don't mind that I've altered some of your latest edit. I've been doing a lot of work lately fixing up disambiguation pages to match the suggestions in Wikipedia:Manual of Style (disambiguation pages). Based on the M of S, I don't think the thing-that-picks-up-cars entry is really needed, since Wikipedia doesn't have an article about that. Also, note the suggestions about how to format links, particularly the use of pipes. The goal here is to help people find the article they were looking for, not to be an exhaustive reference on all possible uses of the term. RoySmith 5 July 2005 01:00 (UTC)
Thanks for your reply. I think the question is, "Is it likely that somebody would be looking for an article on car jacks and type jack into the search box?" If the answer to that is "yes" (and perhaps it is indeed), then I think a better entry would be Jack (tool), a device used for lifting heavy objects, and I would put it in the top section along with the other parenthesized titles. Then I would go and write the Jack (tool) article.
As for Union Jack, terse is better than verbose, but incorrect is clearly worse than either. I had thought that adding "(UK)" would make it more self-explanatory, but I see now that this was wrong. Thanks for pointing that out; I've corrected the entry.
If I was starting from scratch, I suspect I wouldn't have put Jack-in-the-box or Samurai Jack in either, but I was starting from an existing (mess of a) page and was concentrating more on getting it to conform to the Manual of Style than anything else. I don't own the page; if you feel they should be deleted (or the Jack (tool) entry added), please go ahead and do so. I just wanted to make sure you were aware of the existing M of S.
RoySmith 5 July 2005 12:52 (UTC)
And, BTW, I do agree 100% with your removing Jack Layton. He's just one of many, many people with that first name. Listing them all would be silly, and there's no reason to have him over the others. I thought about deleting that entry myself; I'm not sure why I decided not to. RoySmith 5 July 2005 12:58 (UTC)
Lawn Bowls vs. Lawn Bowling
As a Canadian bowler, I am 100% certain that in Canada that the two words lawn bowling/lawn bowls are used interchangably; therefore they should both be in the article. Clubs tend to be known as ~city~ Lawn Bowling Club, whereas national/provincial associations tend to be ~state/country~ Lawn Bowls Association. I am reasonably certain of this in the United States as some of my fellow bowlers at my home club also bowl out of clubs in Florida, known as ~city~ Lawn Bowling Club. --OntarioQuizzer 01:10, 22 August 2005 (UTC)
You're not wrong, but you clobbered it. When you go lawn bowling you play lawn bowls. When you go golfing you play golf. Didn't you cover the pesky 'ing' words in English Grammar at school. There are web pages on this. The game is 'Lawn Bowls' ... closer to your home you will find http://www.olba.ca/. All trivial ... but the main thing is are you any good as a bowler? --Solander 05:07, 22 August 2005 (UTC)
- Golf clubs aren't known as ~name~ Golfing Club. They're known as ~name~ Golf Club. I still firmly believe that in my part of the world, the two words are used interchangably to both refer to the sport, meaning, they should both be included in the article. Regarding your final question of me, you seem to be armed with enough information to find out for yourself. Try hunting around that website you just provided, see what you can find in terms of tournament results. *wink* --OntarioQuizzer 14:22, 22 August 2005 (UTC)
I have changed the table to what I now believe to be correct. You could have changed it yourself if you wanted rather than threatening to revert it. Malcolma
Wolseley post war list - missing cars
Not really guilty as I only added the list of cars from the 1930's. I intend to add the 1920's ones later as well. I think the 1949 18/85 is not listed in the post war cars is that it had a chassis and the post war list is limited to monocoque cars. I had to look up the 24/80 as I had not heard of it but yes it existed as an Australian market only model. So, what do we do with the post war list, extend it to all cars by deleting the monocoque restriction? A separate list of post war chassis based cars? Other chassis based post war cars include the Eight (1946-48), Ten (1939-48), 12/48 (1937-48) and 25 (1938-48) - source A-Z of cars 1945-1970. The 24/80 didn't have a chassis so should certainly be added. Malcolma 17:07, 25 November 2005 (UTC)
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