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i don't necessarily think this discussion belongs here (do we have a policy page?), but i'm not sure where else to put it, so here we go... i think we need to have a discussion on when things should be capitalized, and when they should not... for example should the 'official' title of this wiki page be 'Game Moderator' or 'Game moderator'?... personally i prefer the former, and i think it's b/c this is a title, so i feel all substantial words in a title should be capitalized... what are everybody else's thoughts?..
   – LyingBrian (talkcontribs) 22:09, 08.17.2007 (MDT)

I'm personally disposed toward Proper Case in most things, but I can see exceptions (Lynch-or-Lose is one currently, I think). It's also easier because in the old wiki, game moderator and Game moderator were two different pages (first letter capitalization is implicit in MediaWiki, not so in oddmuse). We could certainly make a Style Guide, though I don't think we have yet...have we? I forget... -- Mr. Flay 22:27, 17 August 2007 (MDT)
yeah, this goes along the lines of parallelization concerning Titles... Road to Rome is another example... 'insignificant' words like prepositions, articles, and conjunctions don't need to be capitalized, IMO, but most everything else should... Open Games vs. Open games is something else we've talked about recently, too...
   – LyingBrian (talkcontribs) 23:55, 08.17.2007 (MDT)

name of article

in the definition of moderator, the article states 'running the Mafia game'... i guess i don't understand why this article is entitled Game Moderator, when Moderator would be sufficient... i think i'll move this page unless someone has an objection...
   – Dani Banani (talkcontribs) 23:42, 12.1.2007 (UTC)


This was vandalized twice, and I can't get it back to the original. --12Keyblade 06:17, 19 August 2009 (EDT)