Article name

I wonder if a name more descriptive of its content would make it easier for readers to find, e.g., Solar cooking at high latitudes? Walter Siegmund 17:58, 30 January 2007 (UTC)

I wonder too. I first named it Solar cooking in Norway. Then Tom changed it because he felt the contents were about my personal experience. If only people who have found it will create links to it I guess the title is not the most important thing. Question: Will the internet adress change if the title is changed? If not, feel free to change the title.

Regards Brit

That makes 3 of us who have wondered the same thing. I'll leave a note on Tom's talk page and ask him to join this discussion. If we change the name (personally I like Solar cooking in Norway best) there will be a redirect from the present page so people who have the old link will be routed to the new name automatically. Or we could copy the material to the new page and leave Brit Bakken Oedegaard as the Who's who page (in which you could tell us a little more about yourself :) and link from there to the Solar cooking in Norway (or whatever it's called) page. --Beth Ogilvie 16:35, 31 January 2007 (UTC)

I'm happy with the title Solar cooking in Norway. I might make a stub for Solar cooking at high latitudes and redirect it to Solar cooking in Norway, if that name is chosen. Walter Siegmund 19:27, 31 January 2007 (UTC)
I don't really like "Solar Cooking in Norway". We have the "Norway" page for that. "Solar cooking at high latitudes" sounds much better to me if you want to have it as something other than a Who's who page. How about calling the page "Solar cooking at high latitudes" and Brit can link to it from her Who's who page and we can link to it from other places in the site? Tom Sponheim 06:51, 1 February 2007 (UTC)
OK- Though I don't think we should have a rule that there can only be one page for each country. The country page is a summary, and if we have other things to say that relate to that country (things that are too long for the summary page) then we should have other pages for them. But since Brit's results apply to all high latitude locations, not just Norway, let's go with Cooking at high latitudes. Walter, do we just make the new page and copy the content over, or is there something more sophisticated we need to do (like preserving the history somehow)? --Beth Ogilvie 14:29, 1 February 2007 (UTC)

I wonder if Tom Sponheim can do the linking and the other things, I am a little nervous about doing this myself, I might mess it up! Solarcooking at high latitudes is a fine title. Regards Brit from Norway

I moved this page to Cooking at high latitudes. This title was suggested at Forum:Moving content from one page to another. I left a stub at Brit Bakken Oedegaard and put it into Category:Who's who in the solar cooking movement. Walter Siegmund 22:54, 2 February 2007 (UTC)

Fine! I hope the link at the site will work still. Regards Brit

Featured article

This article has been suggested as the Solar Cooking wiki's first featured article. I wrote a summary for the main page and would be greatful if you could correct the numbers that I estimated and any other errors.[1] Walter Siegmund 02:53, 21 February 2007 (UTC)

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