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Re: Dutch counterpart

  • Hi MeJo, I've put an entry in our forum about your wiki, if there aren't any objections within a day or so from anyone about using your wiki as our Dutch counterpart, I'll re-add the section in the "other languages" section and restore the language links on the other pages. I can't really see there being any objections though, but I'll let you know in 24 hours as to what's happening. Sorry about the wait, I did mean to try sort this out a couple of days ago but I got distracted and forgot. NightblazeSaber 02:30, May 31, 2011 (UTC)
    • Hello MeJo, I'm very sorry to have taken so long to get back to you, once again I've forgotten and I haven't been around here much lately. Anyway, there weren't any objections to linking to, so I'll re-add the links, make Template:nl, restore the content on the "other languages" page you put in and put you on the main page. Sorry again about the delay, and thanks for being our Dutch counterpart :) NightblazeSaber 06:54, June 4, 2011 (UTC)
      • Also, I'm a little confused as to what name the site is using. The sitename and everywhere on the main page, it says "Lego Wiki", but you had added some content on here saying "Legopedia". Could you please let me know which one the site should be called, and I'll fix up whatever needs to be fixed. Thanks, NightblazeSaber 07:08, June 4, 2011 (UTC)

Re: Dutch namegiving

Hi Nighthawk leader, concerning the name it's just like other wika LEGO sites. For example the url of the Brickipedia site is comparable with the German However, the names used are respectively Brickipedia and Legopedia. So for our, we want to apply LEGOpedia. I agree our logo displays "lego pedia" all in small characters and with a space in between. We'll have to adapt that part. But as explained on the language page, it comes from LEGO (in capitals) and pedia. Hope this fits? I already so the great work you had done. Any suggestions we should take care off? --MeJo 10:38, June 4, 2011 (UTC)


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