"Year births" and "Year deaths"
I have a suggestion... to make it shorter and easier to look through, should births by year and deaths by year categories by "Year deaths" or "Year births" (example: [[Category:1900 births]] or [[Category:1900 deaths]]) instead of the current format? -AMK152(Talk • Contributions
- I'm not clear about WHAT would be "shorter and easier to look through". Your idea would apparently reduce by only three characters ("in" and a space) the name of each category, and would not reduce the number of lines to look through where they are listed in separate lines. Please clarify. Robin Patterson 08:28, 23 July 2007 (UTC)
Births and deaths by year
And also, could we group them by Births and deaths by year, instead of just by year? Because im sure some people would want to see an index of birth years without having to go to each century, year, etc. Just a suggestion. -AMK152(Talk • Contributions
- We can group them in any number of ways. Do you mean adding Category:Birth years, covering all millennia (and similarly death years)? So a reader could more easily jump from 1899 to 1900 to 1901, etc? Robin Patterson 08:28, 23 July 2007 (UTC)
- They will be long lists (each well over 1000 subcategories eventually) needing lots of scrolling to reach 20th century, but I don't mind adding that to the standard. (There can be easier ways to jump from 1899 to 1900 to 1901, such as direct reciprocal links from Category:Births in 1900 to Category:Births in 1899 and Category:Births in 1901; I think Wikipedia has some clever templates designed for that sort of thing - see, for example, Wikipedia:Template:BDYearsInDecade, which I'm planning to study.) Robin Patterson 15:41, 25 July 2007 (UTC)