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Like Wikipedia, we differentiate between pages by placing qualifiers in parentheses after the main title (ie: "Mercury (planet)").

Actually we don't do this, do we? Help:Page Naming Guide suggests that we prefix the article with the name of area it belongs to. That scheme is already used in at least JS Core Reference. Was the policy changed here? The two articles should suggest the same naming scheme. --Nickolay 11:48, 11 Jul 2005 (PDT)

We've been moving towards a flatter heirarchy, as demonstrated by the Gecko DOM Reference. How we actually sort out ambiguity is not currently set in stone. -- dria 13:12, 11 Jul 2005 (PDT)


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