Talk:Spanish royal visit

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On second thought, I'm thinking maybe the "2009" part of in the title is unnecessary. Have there been any other royal visits? — admin • talk  14:38, 22 February 2009 (UTC)

None by the spanish, at least. I like the year, though. There was only one streetcar operators' strike but I put the article at "Streetcar operators' strike, 1908" ... But we can go either with or without it, no big deal really.
Here are Wikipedia's conventions:
If there is an established, universally agreed-upon common name for an event, use that name.
Otherwise, create a name using these guidelines. In most cases, the title of the article should
contain at least the following two descriptors:
* Where the incident happened.
* What happened.

If these descriptors are not sufficient to identify the event unambiguously, a third descriptor should be added:
* When the incident happened.

The year ("when") should not be used in the title unless other descriptors are insufficient to establish the identity
of the incident.
Their guidelines would point toward dropping years unless necessary to "establish the identity of the incident." — dscossontalk  14:45, 22 February 2009 (UTC)
If you like the year, I'm fine with keeping it. I'll just make a few redirects. — admin • talk  14:51, 22 February 2009 (UTC)
Really, do whatever you like. I'm inclined to defer to Wikipedia guidelines. — dscossontalk  14:55, 22 February 2009 (UTC)
Alrighty then, I'll move to Spanish royal visit. — admin • talk  14:56, 22 February 2009 (UTC)