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Style pages are community-approved guidelines that have followed a [[Proposals|specific procedure]] - you can't just add a new one like that :) If you want to turn that info into a page like the ones for English, Spanish and Estonian, and follow the right procedure, we'd be happy to have it though! For now I've moved it to http://wiki.musicbrainz.org/Style/Classical/Language/French
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Style pages are community-approved guidelines that have followed a [[Proposals|specific procedure]] - you can't just add a new one like that :) If you want to turn that info into a page like the ones for English, Spanish and Estonian, and follow the right procedure, we'd be happy to have it though! For now I've moved it to http://wiki.musicbrainz.org/User:Dibou/Style/Classical/Language/French
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: OK. I admit I did not follow any procedure at all... and I do not understand anything to this wiki which is in my opinion a total mess (Where is the user manual?)... but I just wanted to share a useful URL with the community, until a real French classical style was developed. Sorry. --[[User:Dibou|Dibou]] 16:03, 26 August 2012 (UTC)
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:: Well, as of now the "style" page redirects to that user page, so someone who tries to see if there's any French style for classical will see the URL, but it won't appear as if it was some kind of official guideline. --[[User:Reosarevok|Reosarevok]] 00:38, 27 August 2012 (UTC)

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Style pages are community-approved guidelines that have followed a specific procedure - you can't just add a new one like that :) If you want to turn that info into a page like the ones for English, Spanish and Estonian, and follow the right procedure, we'd be happy to have it though! For now I've moved it to http://wiki.musicbrainz.org/User:Dibou/Style/Classical/Language/French

OK. I admit I did not follow any procedure at all... and I do not understand anything to this wiki which is in my opinion a total mess (Where is the user manual?)... but I just wanted to share a useful URL with the community, until a real French classical style was developed. Sorry. --Dibou 16:03, 26 August 2012 (UTC)
Well, as of now the "style" page redirects to that user page, so someone who tries to see if there's any French style for classical will see the URL, but it won't appear as if it was some kind of official guideline. --Reosarevok 00:38, 27 August 2012 (UTC)