Talk:The Storm (Bleecker)

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Move page to "The storm (Bleecker)"?Edit

I'd suggest moving this page to The storm (Bleecker), and have this page redirect to the disambig page at The Storm, partly to take out the case-sensitive confusion and partly to make it easier to find the other works titled "The Storm". I'm just concerned about moving a page and then having the original page redirect somewhere else, in case someone has bookmarked or cited this work. Any suggestions?

Also, is the title of Bleecker's poem "The storm", or "The Storm"?

Thanks! --Sboots 19:21, 10 December 2007 (UTC)

I think The storm (Bleecker) is probably a good idea. The title from the original contents page is "The Storm". They can be a little tiresome about capital letters here at Wikisource, I would ask someone with more experience like John Vandenberg what he thinks. Thanks and happy editing!! - Epousesquecido 21:03, 12 December 2007 (UTC)
If it was called "The Storm", I think that "The Storm (Bleecker)" is the ideal page name. John Vandenberg 21:26, 12 December 2007 (UTC)
Thanks very kindly to both of you! Sounds good. It's been renamed to "The Storm (Bleecker)" as per your recommendations. Thanks for the help! Kudos to both of you for your awesome contributions here - keep up the great work. Maybe one day I'll be able to contribute like you both do; for now, I'll just go around fixing redirects and whatnot. :-) Oh! - on a more useful note, should The storm now redirect to The Storm, the latter which is a disambiguation page? I actually started this when I realized that capitalizing the 'S' returned very different pages. I would think that they should both show the disambig page, but then if someone linked to/cited The storm they might have trouble finding Bleecker's poem later. What do you think? Thanks again. --Sboots 02:02, 14 December 2007 (UTC)
Adding a redirect from The storm to The Storm make sense. Thanks for finding and fixing this. John Vandenberg 03:08, 14 December 2007 (UTC)
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