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Revision as of 19:40, 22 December 2011


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



Proposal number: RFC-346
Champion: jesus2099
Current status: RFC
Initial Discussion RFC


Bằng tiếng Việt

Xin bạn dịch giúp mình bài này sang tiếng Việt nhé !

In English

These rules apply to album and track titles:

  • Do not capitalize any word except for:
    • the first letter of the text
    • the first letter of a sentence after . ! ? / : characters
    • the first letter of proper and geographical names (persons, cities, nations, etc.)

Punctuation

  • ? ! ; : » characters must be preceded by a narrow no-break space, and followed by a normal space (unless they end a title)
  • « character must be followed by a narrow no-break space, and preceded by a normal space (unless it starts a title)

As it doesn’t work on all softwares, on MusicBrainz, you can use no-break or normal spaces instead of narrow no-break spaces.


Examples

  • Em còn nhớ hay em đã quên ? (strict, narrow no-break space)
    • Em còn nhớ hay em đã quên ? (relaxed, no-break space)
    • Em còn nhớ hay em đã quên ? (more relaxed, space)
  • Nhớ về Hà Nội (proper noun)
  • Hà Nội café ơi !
  • Liên khúc : Đêm cuối / Giận hờn (Vietnamese Medley Style)


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