There are a few rules we should follow on the naming of a new article.
- All articles' names must begin with a capital letter. Now, if the article title has more than one word, do not capitalize second and subsequent words unless it's a proper noun or is otherwise almost always capitalized. So, we have Carlos Augusto de Melo and Greater Burovian Realm, but Scientific projects instead of Scientific Projects. Got it?
- On country-related articles: Name it with the common name of the country. We have the article Lendosa, and Lendosan Confederation is simply a redirect to Lendosa. However, if a country is more commonly known by its full name, such as the Greater Burovian Realm or the United Territories of Fiarria and Nuarmia, name it so.
- Languages: Name the article as, say, Mauretanian language, instead of Mauretanian.
- Ethnic groups: Simply, create an article with the name of the group, such as Extremans or Mauretanians.
Other rules will be posted here on a as-of-avaiable basis.
Be acutely aware that it is very easy to end up with disjointed copies of the same information under two every so slightly titles, such as Absolute Monarchy and Absolute monarchy which are one character different.