Category talk:Laws and Regulations
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For these pages, the sort key should be the House name, system name, or whichever entity is declaring or enforcing the laws. --Eyvind 14:31, 14 February 2009 (MST)
- If your talking about this category not existing then: Why not have multiple indexes, this would be especially helpful to traders as they need to be aware of cargo regulations in all the territories they carry cargo to and from. If your talking about something else then could you please explain. --Tazuras 2:31, 15 February 2009 (EST)
- What I mean is, when you add this category to a page you should add a sort key. For example, the The Laws of Rheinland starts with The which would be a useless word to sort alphabetically on. Therefore I used the sort key "Rheinland" which makes much more sense. As you can see in the category, The Laws of Rheinland is listed under R as it should. This is not as important for other pages such as Bretonian Charter of Interstellar Law since it already starts with Bretonia, or Laws of the Liberty Republic since Laws and Liberty start with the same letter. In case pages are moved, to more accurately sort pages (Laws would be sorted higher than Liebrty), and any other eventuality, we should put the appropriate sort-key in the category tag.
- For example:
[[Category: Laws and Regulations|Blood Dragons]]for Chugoku and Tau 63 Regulations
[[Category: Laws and Regulations|Bounty Hunters]]for Bounty Hunter Guild Registration
[[Category: Laws and Regulations|Bretonia]]for Bretonian Charter of Interstellar Law
[[Category: Laws and Regulations|Corsairs]]for Corsair Capital Ship Registry
[[Category: Laws and Regulations|Kusari]]for Kusari Legal Codex
[[Category: Laws and Regulations|Liberty]]for Laws of the Liberty Republic
[[Category: Laws and Regulations|Outcasts]]for Outcast Capital Ship Registration
[[Category: Laws and Regulations|Rheinland]]for The Laws of Rheinland
- For example:
- Another issue is what to name these pages, but I think we might as well go with the name they were given by the various factions rather than make them follow a uniform naming scheme.