User talk:Alois

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Admin info

Hello. I see you seem to be an admin here. Are you? --Achillu 09:12, 2 February 2009 (UTC)

in special pages->user list you can see the functions assigned to each user!--Alois 10:57, 2 February 2009 (UTC)
Cool! So you are! Thanks. I am fixing some pages of this wiki, but I have not the editor status yet, so right now I temporary saved the fixes on my user space. If you want to see them here they are:
  1. User talk:Achillu/Geocentric World-view
  2. User talk:Achillu/Mundane Astrology
You can use them if you wish, anyway if I could get the editor status I could help fixing those pages and other pages. Could I?
--Achillu 13:26, 2 February 2009 (UTC)
Achillu, did you get my email? please use email to to communicate with me.--Alois 10:28, 3 February 2009 (UTC)

Title style issue

Hi Alois.

Perhaps this issue is not perceived in German because of the grammar rules of this language. By the way, while writing an article in English I feel that having all uppercase words when working with two (or more) word articles is a bit difficult when creating wikilinks. For instance: Dwarf Planet, Asteroid Belt and so on.

When I (or anyone else) write an article that references one of these ones, I must always use this wiki syntax: [[Dwarf Planet|dwarf planet]] or [[Asteroid Belt|asteroid belt]] in order to not having uppercase letters where it is not used in English grammar; for instance: "the only dwarf planet in the asteroid belt" is grammatically correct, while "the only dwarf Planet in the asteroid Belt" is not, and I cannot use this wiki syntax: "the only [[dwarf planet]] in the [[asteroid belt]]" because otherwise I get red links: ""the only dwarf planet in the asteroid belt".

Is this title style strictly necessary or can this be changed, in order to allowing easier writing of wiki links?

--Achillu 15:40, 13 February 2009 (UTC)