Difference between revisions of "Talk:Sub Level"

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I think both terms are common and as long as one redirects to the other, we're fine. --[[User:Catalyst|Catalyst]] 23:40:33, 2005-11-27 (UTC)
 
I think both terms are common and as long as one redirects to the other, we're fine. --[[User:Catalyst|Catalyst]] 23:40:33, 2005-11-27 (UTC)
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Actually, we need to have [[Sub level]] redirect to [[Sub-level]] now... --[[User:Catalyst2950|Catalyst2950]] 23:42, 27 November 2005 (UTC)

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One thing I'd like to discuss: In Switzerland we commonly use the term "subskill", but I often encounter the term "sub-level" on english pages. Is subskill a term only used in the German speaking countries? Should sub-level be the main page and subskill the redirect?


Subskill is commenly used too. I've also seen sub-level skill. ;-)

I'd choose to let sub-level redirect to sub-skill.


I think both terms are common and as long as one redirects to the other, we're fine. --Catalyst 23:40:33, 2005-11-27 (UTC)


Actually, we need to have Sub level redirect to Sub-level now... --Catalyst2950 23:42, 27 November 2005 (UTC)