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Деление на регионы[edit]

Архангельскую область, на мой взгляд, можно разделить на 3 региона: 1) Север Архангельской области, 2) Юг Архангельской области, 3) Новая Земля и Земля Франца Иосифа (они административно относятся к области). Граница между Севером и Югом - чуть южнее Плесецка. Andrey Selskiy 11:14, 15 July 2011 (EDT)

Could we discuss this on the Russian page? I believe, it's easier in Russian, but I feel a bit uncomfortable to write in a foreign language here. Atsirlin 11:23, 15 July 2011 (EDT)

In case anyone is interested, I'll translate Andrey's post:

Arkhangelsk Oblast, seems to me, can be divided into three regions: 1) North, 2) South, and 3) Novaya Zemlya and Franz Josef Land. The border between the North and South would be just south of Plesetska.

It's fair to assume that the Russian version will take care of this division before we do, though, so it might be wise to follow their lead. --Peter Talk 19:19, 15 July 2011 (EDT)

As a matter of course, I agree with Atsirlin. I think all communication on WT En should be in English. There are, for example, folks interested in Russian WT matters who do not speak Russian.--Burmesedays 22:05, 15 July 2011 (EDT)
That's clear, but how should we do this technically? We have pretty regular discussions about regions and style in the Russian version. Should we share/translate them here? Atsirlin 04:58, 16 July 2011 (EDT)
For the most part, I think it works best for the Russian version to simply plunge forward with these Oblast divisions. The English version is less likely to subdivide them at this point, as the content here is not growing as fast. I think it safe to assume that the English language version will eventually follow the example set by the Russian version for Oblast regions, as they are being done so well. --Peter Talk 18:32, 16 July 2011 (EDT)