Talk:壊月堂 (Kaigetsudô)

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Hrm. Slight problem here. What are we doing about disambiguation of long and short vowels? Here we have a Doshu and a Doshû who are, I believe, separate people. In other contexts, surely there will be Oono and Ono issues. How are we naming these articles for disambig purposes? thanks. LordAmeth 17:00, 21 January 2008 (PST)

I don't understand the question, but if you are talking about if you should use macrons or not, yes, you did this title correctly - no one is going to type the title of this article into the searchbox, so it is OK - a redirect points to it. Beyond that, you'll have to explain more clearly what you're asking. --Kitsuno 22:25, 21 January 2008 (PST)

Righto. Sorry about that. After I wrote this question, I realized that there were not two separate artists named Dôshû and Doshu, and edited the article accordingly. Thus, the question is no longer relevant to this particular topic. Still, in future, when it comes time to distinguish between, say, Ono no Azumabito (小野東人) and Ôno no Azumabito (大野東人), or any other such thing that might come up, what is the plan for disambiguation? LordAmeth 07:15, 29 January 2008 (PST)
Basically, just handle it like any other - the disambig'd title (in the example) would be "Doshu", and the links in the disambig would include the [[Doshu]] and [[Doshu|Dôshû]] links. --Kitsuno 21:18, 30 January 2008 (PST)