I am planning to do some work on Nordsjælland, but noticed that the regional hierarchy is not really in place yet: Holte is covered by both Rudersdal Article and Northern Suburbs Article, whereas Hørsholm, Ølstykke, Stenløse, Allerød, Frederiksværk and possibly also some more are not covered by anything. This is what I suggest to do
- create an Øresund Coast article covering everyting between Copenhagen and Helsingør (merging in Nivå)
- create a Northern Coast article (merging in Gilleleje, Tisvildeleje and Hornbæk)
- delete Rudersdal Article
- expand the articles for Fredensborg, Hillerød and Frederikssund to cover all of their respective municipalities
Any comments on this?
However, this implies that Ølstykke, Stenløse, Allerød and Birkerød are still not covered by any articles. Any suggestions how to solve that?
Ok, but this does not solve the problem that Ølstykke, Stenløse, Allerød and Birkerød are not covered by anything except of course by Nordsjælland Article. Those places certainly do not have a lot of interest, but there might be a few things that deserve a listing, which should be put somewhere, and I guess not directly in the Nordsjælland Article? ClausHansen 18:14, 24 September 2009 (EDT)
Hmmm Egedal? and then we can just fiddle a bit with the municipal borders to make sure everything fits. I think our guidelines are a little vague about what you can put in a region article, attractions and countryside hotels and restaurants are probably fair game, though hotels and restaurants inside city might not be, but it's certainly better than a bunch of articles that really can't contain anything more than 2 or 3 listings. --Stefan (sertmann)Talk 18:29, 24 September 2009 (EDT)