Difference between revisions of "User:Torc/Titles"

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===Do not remove format designations that are part of the title, or add them if they aren't in the title===
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===Format designations in titles===
If a release includes a designation such as '''EP''' or '''E.P.''', '''7"''', '''CD''', '''LP''', '''single''', etc. as part of its title, the designation should be included in the Release Title.  If a format designation is not explicitly part of the title, it should not be added.
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If a release includes a designation such as '''EP''' or '''E.P.''', '''7"''', '''CD''', '''LP''', '''single''', etc. as part of its title, include it in the Release Title.  If a format designation is not explicitly part of the title, it should not be added.

Revision as of 00:41, 4 June 2012


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



Proposal number: RFC-Unassigned
Champion: Torc
Current status: Unknown



JIRA ticket STYLE-119

From http://wiki.musicbrainz.org/Style/Titles

Current:

Do not remove EP

If the word “EP” or “E.P.” is part of a release title, it should be retained.


Proposed:

Format designations in titles

If a release includes a designation such as EP or E.P., 7", CD, LP, single, etc. as part of its title, include it in the Release Title. If a format designation is not explicitly part of the title, it should not be added.