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Separating books is something the [[:pl:|Polish wiki]] already does with the format [Book Title] ([Game]). To remain consistent, they do it even when the books are pretty much identical.
 
Separating books is something the [[:pl:|Polish wiki]] already does with the format [Book Title] ([Game]). To remain consistent, they do it even when the books are pretty much identical.
 
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... as to what "different enough" means.
 
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Do we have a rough idea of how many books would be duplicated (as of existing games/DLC)?
 
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Latest revision as of 22:06, September 30, 2019

1857a wrote:
Separating books is something the Polish wiki already does with the format [Book Title] ([Game]). To remain consistent, they do it even when the books are pretty much identical.

Kudo from me. Now that you mention it, I think that it would help with the interwiki links (especially those leading from the EN wiki).

DaBarkspawn wrote:
... as to what "different enough" means.

  • Create articles for all the books that appear in different games. (Or it can be limited to ESO)

or

  • Create articles for the books that have content differences (words added, words changed, portions of text added, the text is split into several books, etc), but use {hide} for punctuation or spelling mistakes.

Shockstorm wrote:
Do we have a rough idea of how many books would be duplicated (as of existing games/DLC)?

Someone should count all the pages that have both the Online: Books category and some other game books category.

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