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Hi Geogast, I renamed the file as per request. Actually the reason #4 says: To harmonize the file names of a set of images (so that only one part of all names differs), in other words, if an user is organizing the categories on Road signs and renaming the file might help, I can see it as a valid reason. If you're not happy with the renaming because it doesn't harmonizes anything, we can find a solution. But I don't see where the problem is because there is a redirect for the old name. --Ruthven (msg) 16:09, 9 October 2015 (UTC)
- Hello again! As far as I understand, reason #4 is for a set of images, like the small icons that are shown in the example given. This renaming here is to have all images inside a category sorted by name. And this in the way the user wants it, every image beginning with "Cartel". Now, a lot of images are in several categories. What happens if another user wants this image's name to start with another word in order to have a different category sorted in the same way? Never ever I have seen all images in a category being renamed in order to have them sorted in such a specific way. To make it even worse: The image is wrongly put in the category we are talking about: it is not a road sign, but a train station sign.--Geogast (talk) 18:50, 14 October 2015 (UTC)
- Now I see, that user Regions saw that the category was wrongly put, so he took the category away. But a minute later he un-did this change. I don't want to have an edit war with him. But it is really not thought through what es did. That is why I bother you ;-)--Geogast (talk) 18:55, 14 October 2015 (UTC)
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