The debate in Wikipedia over standards has got interesting. On the one side we have those of us who spend time on the page who want to do something minor – change the colour of the information book to red. It turns out there are another group who are putting all their energy into a template page, seeing to enforce a single template with a common approach. Now having some uniformity makes sense – but surely varying the colour of a boundary to the national colour is reasonable diversity? If any wants to help please vote KEEP here. Where does this desire for uniformity come from?
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