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Talk:Goodsprings source

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Removed From Page

I deleted an entry in the notes section that said this "* The player can fill their Vault 13 canteen here during Hardcore mode if they have the Classic Pack Add-on." the vault 13 canteen always has water and never has to be filled or refilled--Ze5ro1 02:55, January 28, 2011 (UTC)

Good call, I missed that on the last edit. ☣Avatar☣ 02:56, January 28, 2011 (UTC)

Page Title Typo

I know it's petty, but both 'Goodsprings' and 'Source' are supposed to be capitalized as a single proper title as listed in game for the name of the location. The lack of capitalization used currently slightly redefines the connotation to mean 'the source of the town' instead of the proper title for the place. I'd change it but it's protected. Just sayin'... 21:25, February 10, 2011 (UTC)

No, read this: The_Vault:Content_organization_guideline#Naming. Only 'Goodsprings' is a name, thats why it's capitalized but 'source' is not and that's why its getting uncapitalized here, as for all "names". IPodged 10:28, February 11, 2011 (UTC)
Ya, ya, I've read the bunk about emulating wikipedia standards. It's still a place name, and in standard grammar formatting those sorts of things get fully capitalized when referred to. You are also assuming that the word "source" isn't part of the place name. For example "West Virginia", "Chesapeake Bay". Words that are part of a name or title are always capped. The only exceptions generally are articles(a, an, and, the), and prepositions(of, on, etc.) unless the exception is the first word. Descriptor words like adjectives if part of a title or name still get capped, as in "U.S. Interior Highlands". -- 10:18, March 1, 2011 (UTC)
Wow I really hit a rant when I wrote the above a few weeks ago. Sorry. 20:54, March 26, 2011 (UTC)