User talk:Gaius Cocceius Spinula

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Regiones articles

Salve, amice! Please note that the plural of regio is regiones. It's third declension, take a look at how third declension works: here! As a useful aid, I also recommend visiting this article about Latin plural nominatives. I ask you to create a new category with the correct form, and please place all articles to the good category. After you finished it, send me a note and I delete the wrong category. Attention: in an English category there can be only English articles. See this edict. Spanish or other articles must be in the relevant language's categories. However, do not create a Spanish category for that. We are decreasing the numbers of non-English categories and we create non-English categories only if there are a lots of articles to be place there. The reason of this is that having empty or nearly empty categories makes navigation harder, creates confusion: and also, we will have a solution soon where all non-English articles will have their own NRwiki, so creating categories for them is wasting our energy. Fac valeas! --Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus 19:58, 8 January 2010 (CET)

More about templates

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask! For example, there are content templates that do not need to be created as a "template:" article, it is for example how you created the template list of current praefecti. --Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus 20:11, 8 January 2010 (CET)

[Noted, Gratias tibi]

Languages in categories

I have forgotten to say that there is an exemption about the languages and categories rule. All maintenance articles must be in English categories. That means all templates etc., you'll see that if you look into maintenance categories: there are no non-English categories there. Ave! --Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus 00:19, 9 January 2010 (CET)

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