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authorYorhel <git@yorhel.nl>2009-10-31 09:00:56 +0100
committerYorhel <git@yorhel.nl>2009-10-31 09:00:56 +0100
commita80308df1a5b4818f571a82d3ad4fd31a2d342be (patch)
tree3aaa60f04a9cd57377b0a45a92f06612c9bd515e /data
parent20eec6644cf02e7d58b9732c28c3d87dc15ae07c (diff)
docs: Some updates in d4 & d5
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2 files changed, 27 insertions, 25 deletions
diff --git a/data/docs/4 b/data/docs/4
index 45acb927..f2dccba8 100644
--- a/data/docs/4
+++ b/data/docs/4
@@ -47,25 +47,24 @@ The following relations are defined:
because of a name change, or when the earlier producer disbanded and the same
people started again under a different name.
</dd><dt>Succeeded by</dt><dd>
- Reverse of <i>Formerly</i>.
+ Reverse of <i>Formerly</i> - selected producer was formerly known as the current producer.
</dd><dt>Subsidiary</dt><dd>
- Selected producer is a subsidiary of the current producer. A subsidiary is
- still "part" of the parent producer, but consist of a different group and
- publishes under a different name.
+ Selected producer is a <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subsidiary">subsidiary</a>
+ of the current producer.
</dd><dt>Parent producer</dt><dd>
- Reverse of <i>Subsidiary</i>.
+ Reverse of <i>Subsidiary</i> - current producer is a subsidiary of the selected producer.
</dd><dt>Imprint</dt><dd>
Selected producer is an imprint of the current producer. Simply put, an
"imprint" is a different name for the same group of people, used when
publishing games. See <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imprint">Wikipedia</a> for more info.
</dd><dt>Parent brand</dt><dd>
- Reverse of <i>Imprint</i>.
+ Reverse of <i>Imprint</i> - current producer is an imprint of the selected producer.
</dd><dt>Spawned</dt><dd>
The selected producer was formed by former members of the current producers.
The difference with the <i>Formerly</i> relation is that the producer where the
members came from is still alive.
</dd><dt>Originated from</dt><dd>
- Reverse of <i>Spawned</i>.
+ Reverse of <i>Spawned</i> - current producer spawned the selected producer.
</dd>
</dl>
diff --git a/data/docs/5 b/data/docs/5
index b27bad83..c1455e2d 100644
--- a/data/docs/5
+++ b/data/docs/5
@@ -37,33 +37,36 @@
:SUB:Name Order
<p>
- In most English speaking countries, names are given in a "given name, family name" order.
- This is called "Western Order".
- In English, you call someone using their given name if you know them well, otherwise use their title and family name.
+ In most English speaking countries, names are given in a "given name, family
+ name" order. This is called "Western Order". In English, you call someone
+ using their given name if you know them well, otherwise use their title and
+ family name.
<br />
- In Japanese (and some other languages too), names are given in "family name, given name" order.
- We call this "Japanese Order".
- In Japanese you can call someone using either name with an appropriate suffix.
+ In Japanese (and some other languages too), names are given in "family name,
+ given name" order. We call this "Japanese Order". In Japanese you can call
+ someone using either name with an appropriate suffix.
<br />
- To aid English speakers, some resources (e.g. wikipedia) use Japanese names in Western order.
- Here on vndb.org, we prefer to use the order that the original game used.
+ To aid English speakers, some resources (e.g. wikipedia) use Japanese names in
+ Western order. Here on vndb.org, we prefer to use the order that the original
+ game used.
<br />
- That is, if it was originally a Japanese game with Japanese character names, use Japanese order.
+ That is, if it was originally a Japanese game with Japanese character names,
+ use Japanese order.
<br />
- If the game is originally English, or a character has a completely foreign name (Mary Smith), use Western order.
+ If the game is originally English, or a character has a completely foreign
+ name (Mary Smith), use Western order.
</p>
:SUB:Edit Summaries
<p>
- Every edit to any page has an optional "Edit summary" box.
- <br />
- This allows you to explain yourself on what your edit is about without cluttering the main page.
- <br />
- You can say why you've modified the categories, changed a link, or show where you obtained some information (so that other contributors can verify it).
- <br />
- Perhaps you want to add a visual novel to the database but are unable to find more information for it.
- If you say so here, another contributor is bound to finish it off.
+ Every edit to any page has an optional "Edit summary" box, this allows you to
+ explain yourself on what your edit is about without cluttering the main page.
+ You can say why you've modified the description, changed a link, or show where
+ you obtained some information (so that other contributors can verify it).
+ Perhaps you want to add a visual novel to the database but are unable to find
+ more information for it. If you say so here, another contributor is bound to
+ finish it off.
</p>