Wikivoyage:Requests for comment

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Requests for Comment

This page allows you to ask other Wikivoyagers to contribute to a discussion, including both policy/style pages as well as actual article content. You may want some feedback, more opinions, or just some help in reaching a consensus.

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Requests pointing to discussions that have gone dormant for over two months may be removed from this page. Otherwise, the original contributor may remove a request when satisfied. (Please remember to do this, in order to keep the page current!)

Policy planning and proposals[edit]

Articles and travel content[edit]

  • I've started creating articles for Friesland (NL) based on the existing municipalities to do away with stand-alone articles for smaller destinations, but am somewhat on the fence about how to deal with the extra-hierarchical region of Frisian Lakes. Feel free to leave your stance on the matter at its talk page.
    -- Wauteurz (talk) 21:58, 12 February 2018 (UTC)

Merge proposals[edit]

  • Talk:Harris -- 3 settlements in two regions, most POIs not in settlements. Merge Harris and Lewis and keep towns or roll-up town articles into Harris and Lewis articles. -- 31 March 2017
  • Talk:Richmond – should the districts be merged back into the city article? —Granger (talk · contribs) 22:08, 18 February 2018 (UTC)
  • New Taipei City: I have made an attempt to divide the districts of New Taipei City into manageable units. Finally, the new headings (Northern Coastal Districts, Commercial Districts etc) should form new articles and the individual articles which are currently listed under these headings should be merged. The present reorganization is just a step in this direction. Info on debate: Talk:New_Taipei 10:00, 18 December 2017 (UTC)

Ideas and expeditions[edit]

  • If you'd like to help at User:Hobbitschuster/Aggregators be my guest. If we get this to some higher degree of usability we can have an informed decision whether we want that specific article in mainspace, or something like it.