Difference between revisions of "Proposal:Remove banned characters"

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==Use of special characters==
 
==Use of special characters==
   
Use of basic ASCII punctuation characters such as ' and " is allowed, but typographically-correct punctuation is preferred. The [[Classical Style Guide]] has its own rules about punctuation in titles, please follow that guideline where it applies.
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Use of basic ASCII punctuation characters such as ' and " is allowed, but typographically-correct punctuation is preferred. The [[Classical Style Guide]] has its own rules about punctuation in titles, please follow that guideline where it applies. As always, [[Artist Intent]] overrides this guideline.
   
 
=="Top something" Playlists==
 
=="Top something" Playlists==

Revision as of 00:37, 2 December 2010


Status: This page describes an active style guideline proposal and is not official.



Proposal number: RFC-294
Champion: Hawke
Current status: Unknown
Initial Discussion



This proposal updates Miscellaneous Guideline to the following:

Use of special characters

Use of basic ASCII punctuation characters such as ' and " is allowed, but typographically-correct punctuation is preferred. The Classical Style Guide has its own rules about punctuation in titles, please follow that guideline where it applies. As always, Artist Intent overrides this guideline.

"Top something" Playlists

Bootleg torrents that are compilations based on playlists of charts authorities (like Billboard's) should not be stored in MusicBrainz as releases. These playlists are often copyrighted by their issuers.