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Chugach Range

Postby JedSMG » Wed Oct 28, 2009 7:13 pm

I just noticed that most SP info (including a few pages I made- this page and it's children and peak 6525) for the Chugach range of Alaska is parented by a Chugach Album. I'm sure I'm not the best authority for making a proper area/range page for the Chugach. What's the procedure in this case?
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Postby nartreb » Wed Oct 28, 2009 8:00 pm

Wait for someone to come along with the knowledge and ambition to create a proper Chugach Range page, and/or volunteer whatever help you can.

The existing Chugach Range album was originally a Range page, which helps explain the weird parent-child links. The owner converted it to an album after a number of low votes and negative comments. I don't see any harm in leaving the links for now, in the absence of a range page, though you're well within your rights to detach your pages (or change the links to Related).
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Postby JedSMG » Wed Oct 28, 2009 8:42 pm

Thanks for the quick answer. It's not really a huge issue, except when one searches for "chugach" in "areas and ranges". Having made just one trip to the range, I'm in no way qualified to offer much to a range page for the area.
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