I did this page, and then realised there is a general "human languages" page. Is it possible to link to a specific part of a document? If so maybe someone who knows how can change this page to a redirect to the appropriate part of the human languages page.
Alternatively, my preference would be to pretty much change the human languages page to a simple list of languages, linked to each language's individual page. I'd be happy to do this (at some point - probably won't have much spare time in the near future!) but I don't want to do it without discussing it first. --Amethal2 21:53, 10 July 2009 (UTC)
- I was just about to suggest the first of your proposals. To link to a specific header in a page, use the following format [[Human languages of Golarion#Polyglot]]. Any header is automatically made an anchor for purposes of deep linking. Your article is actually a little more thorough than the existing text in the Human languages article, so I'd say to replace the text on that page with what you just wrote. Keep in mind the reused citation in the existing article when doing so, though.
- As to why we chose to go with one page was that, at present, no single language has more than a few sentences on it. Rather than make a dozen stub articles, we consolidated them so that all human languages are on one page. Making redirects to these subsections isn't a bad idea, though. At a later date, we can always write more thorough articles on any given language should the source material come up and link to that article from the main languages page. --yoda8myhead 22:00, 10 July 2009 (UTC)